COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)

COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)

City reports 1 new case, state 114

One death removed from the total.

A lone Juneau resident was among the 114 COVID-19 cases reported Friday by the state.

Of the statewide cases, 108 are resident cases and six are nonresident cases, according to Alaska Department of Health and Social Services data.

Additionally, DHSS determined that a previously reported out-of-state death should not have been counted for Juneau or the state of Alaska. The state now reports 23 Alaskans have died with COVID-19.

[Paperwork fix could change state’s COVID-19 death toll]

The data change and new case mean that City and Borough of Juneau’s resident case count holds steady at 87, according to city data. Of those cases, seven are active. There have so far been 63 nonresident cases in Juneau, and 27 are active.

Statewide, there have been 2,990 resident cases and 687 nonresident cases, according to state data. So far, 898 people have recovered and 2,069 cases are active.

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