COVID-19 UPDATES AND NOTICES

THIS FORM IS REQUIRED FOR ALL PERSONS OR VESSELS TO ENTER THE THORNE BAY HARBOR 

COVID-19 SYMPTOMS & PREVENTION

SYMPTOMS

Symptoms, include:

  • fever (>100.4),
  • dry cough and
  • shortness of breath,

may appear 2-14 days after exposure:

Reported illnesses range from mild symptoms to severe illness and death for confirmed COVID-19 cases

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PRINCE OF WALES ISLAND HAS TWO (2) CONFIRMED CASES OF THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

CONFIRMED CASES IN ALASKA

  • Newly confirmed since last report: 6
  • Cases in Alaska:  285

Updated April 13, 2020; updates made daily by 5pm and reflect cases reported as of 3pm that day.

ABOUT CASE COUNTS & TESTING

POW RESIDENTS-IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS

If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 please call your doctor right away.  

If you are NOT a high risk patient, please stay home.

There is currently no cure for the Coronavirus, so staying home is the best chance you have to not spread the virus.  

Older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions may be at higher risk for more serious complications from COVID-19.

People who are at higher risk for severe illness:

High Risk Patients:

  • Older Adults
  • People with HIV
  • People with Asthma
  • Pregnant Woman

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