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Infectious Disease
COVID-19

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.

Notice to travelers arriving in Alaska

Travelers arriving into Alaska from another state or country must follow new protocols. Read the rules in the State of Alaska's traveler information and learn more about being a COVID-conscious traveler in our health guidance for travelers and FAQ

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Data dashboard

The Alaska Coronavirus Response Hub provides information, maps and resources about the COVID-19 response.

 

 Explore the latest COVID-19 data for Alaska

 

The cases depicted above represent Alaska residents and may not reflect where they are located currently or were located when they were exposed or diagnosed. Information about cases for nonresidents is available.

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Have additional questions about COVID-19?

  • For general questions and assistance, please call 2-1-1.
  • Questions regarding DHSS COVID-19 response, including mandates and alerts, can be sent to covidquestions@alaska.gov.
  • 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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