Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported Monday that 28 Alaska residents and two non-residents have tested positive for COVID-19.
The report showed a total of 1,166 cases of Alaskan residents who have tested positive.
There have been 237 non-resident cases, an increase of two over Sunday.
Juneau remains at 45 cases, while Ketchikan holds steady at 22. Sitka has 13 cases. Petersburg has five in-state cases, while Prince of Wales and Haines both remain at two cases each.
The new resident cases are in Anchorage, the Kenia Peninsula, Fairbanks, and the Mat-Su Valley.