City and Borough of Juneau on Friday reported 13 new COVID-19 cases.
Among the newly reported cases were 12 residents and one nonresident, according to the city. Public Health attributes 10 of the resident cases to contact with known COVID-19 cases, one to community spread and one to out-of-state travel. The nonresident with COVID-19 is in the mining sector, according to the city.
Statewide, 107 new cases — 102 residents and five nonresidents — were reported on Friday. The cases were spread across 16 communities with most of the cases —74 —in Anchorage, according to state data.
There have now been more than 4,000 resident cases —4,073, according to state data —among residents and 796 cases among nonresidents.
As of Friday, 1,192 people were recovered or presumed recovered, according to state data. There were 2,854 active cases, 27 total deaths and 168 total hospitalizations.