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Infectious Disease

COVID-19 in Alaska

COVID-19 is a highly infectious and fast-spreading disease. The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) serves as the lead agency for the COVID-19 health response, working closely with Unified Command and the Office of Governor Mike Dunleavy. Let’s all work together to keep the lid on COVID-19.

Resource highlights

Take action to protect yourself and others

Where to find the latest updates

Spread the word

Find resources like graphics, downloads and PSAs to share:


 DHSS's COVID-19 Playlist


Data dashboard

The Alaska Coronavirus Response Hub provides information, maps and resources about the COVID-19 response.
The Hospital Data Dashboard has not been updated with new counts since 9/23 due to the transition from collecting data through the Alaska State Hospital and Nursing Home Association (ASHNHA) to reporting directly to the CDC’s HHS Protect TeleTracking system. We apologize for this temporary disruption. Revised hospital counts will hopefully resume 9/26. Improvements done to methods used to assign geographic location of testing for the Testing Dashboard reduced ~30,000 tests with unknown geographical area to ~7,500 on 9/23. This translates into an increase in test counts for some borough and census areas in the Testing Dashboard.


 Explore the latest COVID-19 data for Alaska


Additional resources for the public

Have additional questions about COVID-19?

  • For general questions and assistance, please call 2-1-1. 
  • Test results and testing questions with health information included, and Declaration Forms, should be sent to
  • Questions related to upcoming travel and testing/quarantine requirements for coming into Alaska can be sent to: or contact (907) 646-3322, staffed M-F 9am-5pm.
  • Questions relating to data can be sent to
  • Questions regarding DHSS COVID-19 response, including mandates and alerts, can be sent to
    This email cannot receive test results or other health information.
  • Health care providers should direct clinical questions to the Section of Epidemiology. 
  • If you are a member of the media and have a question, visit our newsroom for resources and contacts.

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