Seafood-related Cases of COVID-19 in Alaska Drops to 9.9% of Total 4,655 Cumulative Cases
Since record-breaking daily counts of coronavirus in July, Alaska’s count has dropped to an average of 60 cases per day in the first 12 days of August. The daily average in the last 12 days of July was about 100. The non-resident case count now numbers 774, 461 of which are seafood related.
Seafood-related cases are 9.9% of all positive cases reported in the state as of August 11, a percentage that has dropped from a high of 11.5% on July...
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