NIAID / National Institutes of Health via AP                                This image shows Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 virus particles, orange, isolated from a patient.

NIAID / National Institutes of Health via AP This image shows Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 virus particles, orange, isolated from a patient.

State reports 72 new coronavirus cases

None in Juneau.

The state reported Monday 72 confirmed cases of COVID-19.

Among the cases are 71 residents in 10 communities and one nonresident, according to Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. More than half, 43, of the cases are in Anchorage, according to DHSS. Among other communities, only the Bethel Census Area, 14, was reported to have a double-digit, single-day increase. No new cases were reported by the state in Juneau, and as of 5 p.m. Monday City and Borough of Juneau’s COVID-19 dashboard showed no new cases.

The state reported no new deaths Monday, with the number of Alaskans who have died with COVID-19 staying static at 32. Five new hospitalizations were reported, according to DHSS, and the new cases bring the total number of hospitalizations to 202.

Cumulatively, there have been 4,810 resident cases, and 818 nonresident cases, according to state data. So far, 1,674 people have recovered, and there are 3,104 active cases. There have been 257 cumulative cases in Juneau, according to City and Borough of Juneau data. Those include 163 resident cases and 94 nonresident cases

So far, 136 residents have recovered, 82 nonresidents have recovered and as of Monday evening, there were 38 —26 resident and 12 nonresident — active cases, according to city data.

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