Total number of COVID-19 cases rises to at least 102 in Alaska

The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services has released a new number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Alaska, raising the total number of cases to at least 102.

A resident at the long term care facility Denali Center tested positive for COVID-19 after coming into contact with a staff member who later tested positive.

More coronavirus-related cases, including at least one death within state lines, were announced Friday. The state also issued new mandates for Alaskans.

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