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There’s a busy week ahead for Juneau’s teams.
All are so far asymptomatic, according to the city.
The first vaccinations are expected to happen this week.
Record numbers this week.
Cases are still rising.
Five are recent.
The high infection rate prompted the push to the right.
Flamingos, trunk-or-treating, and masks are all part of the holiday in pandemic.
More than 6% of all Alaska’s coronavirus deaths reported in previous day.
A Juneau woman in her 60s died early Tuesday morning.
Announcement came Friday.
State’s deadliest day comes amid unusual reporting.
City officials remind people to stay ‘COVID conscious’ during weekly update
Advisory comes amid report of 19 new cases.
Ferries are facing a pandemic-caused shortfall of almost $45 million.
None in Juneau.
The 47 crew were tested and all showed negative.
News came Wednesday evening.
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