State reports 95 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The daily report from the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services on Thursday found 82 new resident cases, six in Juneau, and 13 new non-resident cases across the state.

    The report listed 1,181 resident cases as recovered and 2,755 active cases.

    New resident cases included 30 in Anchorage, four on the Kenai Peninsula, 12 in Fairbanks, three in North Pole, and one each in the Yukon Koyukuk Census Area, Willow, Wasilla, the North Slope Borough, Petersburg and Bristol Bay.

    The report also showed six new cases in Wasilla, five in Nome, two in the NW Arctic Borough, six in Juneau, two in the Ketchikan Gateway Borough and two on Prince of Wales Island.

    The 13 new nonresident cases included 10 in the Kodiak Island Borough and three in unknown locations.

    The report said there are 903 people in the hospital in Alaska, 84 in intensive care, with 24 ventilators are being used.

    The state reported 530 hospital beds are available, 69 intensive care beds, and 262 ventilators.

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