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Governor eyes retail sector to open next
Back to business.
Dunleavy wants to get economy going again, slowly and safely
Not at the expense of health.
Bartlett Regional Hospital moves cautiously toward normalcy
Back to the new normal.
Mask maker make me a mask
Seamstress or sewest?
Federal money comes with lots of strings attached
Who has the purse strings?
Cruise companies extend delay, cut trips to Alaska
No tourist ships, no tourist dollars.
Assembly waits on information before taking action
There’s a lot going on right now.
Lifting health mandates could lead to virus ‘rebound’
A quick return to business as usual could cause a significant uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases if not done properly, modeling from the… Continue reading
State to use hotels, dorms to quarantine homeless
Decision allows state to receive FEMA support.
State wants to do more tests, but only the right kind
Testing in the right place.
Schools are closed, but work goes on
Funding picture has questions.
Dunleavy says schools will remain closed through end of the school year
Other mandates extended.
Economic task force decides to take its time
Hope is for recommendations in two weeks.
Dunleavy defends including abortion on list of postponed procedures
Decision draws ire from senators, others.
City officials wary of promise of federal funds
More uncertainty in uncertain times.
City creates economic task force to help navigate pandemic
Meetings are once a week.
Gov looks to federal funds to fill gaps in budget
There may be a supplemental PFD.
State is stocking up on supplies, preparing for spike in cases
No field hospitals in Southeast.
US lawmakers urge swift deployment of resources to tribes
$10 billion in aid for tribes nationally.
State waives fees in a effort to ease economic damage
Face coverings recommended.