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‘Unprecedented and staggeringly poor.’
Hospital employee among those testing positive.
Coronavirus cases continue climb.
The need for medical services has shifted, but it’s still there
CCFR prides itself on adapting to changing times.
It’s been done before.
Workers say they feel at risk.
A state judge will hear arguments over whether to block federal COVID-19 relief to small businesses.
46 residents were among the total.
The program has adapted to distanced learning as coronavirus shows no signs of slowing.
40 for residents.
Waiting on Washington?
Lowest case count involving Alaskans in days.
Seven weeks is a long time in coronavirus-time.
‘This already costs money.’
Now more active cases than recoveries.
Be safe out there.