Mostly cloudy in Anchorage on Monday with a high of 64 degrees.
Eric Bortz, a virologist and Assistant Professor for the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Alaska Anchorage, explains that the state will see if the holiday weekend will an impact on COVID-19 case numbers in the coming weeks.
Business is slow this year, but the Anchorage Trolley Tours are still taking place, hourly, in the downtown area. (KTUU)
With no official Fourth of July parade downtown this year, a group of antique car enthusiasts got together to put on a parade of their own to put on a show for the community and local nursing homes.
Nearly all businesses have been affected in some way by COVID-19. Many are struggling to re-open and some haven't re-opened at all, but there are others seeing growth. A new business to Alaska has opened in response to the pandemic.