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Business as the new usual.
State unveils new data website.
Draft plan is expected in June.
Take out is still OK.
‘There’s a lot of unknowns right now.’
Follow-up hearing is April 6.
It’s stabilization, not a bailout, governor says.
There may still be a need for more
Now, it’s time to wait and see.
Supervisors’ hands feel tied.
Alaskans are to remain at home.
State confirms 10 new COVID-19 cases statewide, including 1 in Juneau.
Social distance over government mandate.
Things are stalled.
Building is ‘minimally staffed.’
Stay six feet apart.
Work is going full speed.
State Department is working on it.
More cases likely to come.
Put’s a strain on state savings.