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Seward Press Release #12: Seward Reports 7 New Positive COVID-19 Cases Today

Post Date:07/01/2020 4:32 PM

PRESS RELEASE

 

For Immediate Release                                                                                         Release # CV-12

July 1, 2020

 

City of Seward Reports Seven New Positive COVID-19 Test Results

 

Seward, Alaska – Today, the City of Seward is reporting seven (7) new positive COVID-19 results from testing performed by the Seward Community Health Center and Glacier Family Medicine Clinic.

 

Testing is available at the following locations:

  • Providence Seward – call 224-5205
  • Seward Community Health Center – call 224-2273
  • Glacier Family Medicine – call 224-8733
  • North Star Health Clinic – call 224-3490

 

The Seward Community Health Center, located at 417 First Avenue, will be providing targeted COVID-19 testing on July 2 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.

 

Glacier Family Medicine is providing testing to all interested persons Monday-Thursday of the week of June 29 (Closed July 3rd for Independence Day) by appointment only.

 

North Star Health Clinic is performing testing for anyone who is already an established patient or are AK Native. Testing times are daily from 8:30 – 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.

 

Additional information can be found at www.covid19.alaska.gov.

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City of Seward COVID-19 Response

A Community Message from Seward City Manager Scott Meszaros

The City of Seward is adopting the phase-in plan for reopening the State of Alaska and its individual communities.  Beginning April 24, 2020, the State of Alaska begins phase 1-A of its “Reopen Alaska Responsibly Plan.”  The terms of this plan and its impact on Seward businesses can be found in State of Alaska Public Health Mandate 16, which is posted on the City website at www.cityofseward.us [see below].

As many Seward businesses move towards opened doors this weekend, please remember that our community remains vulnerable to COVID-19 and we must all continue to do our part to reduce the risk of infection among Seward’s residents and its visitors. 

In preparation for the City’s own reopening of public facilities and City offices, the City extended public facility closures until May 3, 2020. The City administration and staff will be working diligently to develop a responsible reopening plan for City offices before May 3rd. The purpose of such a plan will be to ensure the public health and safety when entering City-owned and operated facilities, as well as to protect City employees from COVID-19 exposure. 

While the City of Seward remains optimistic about the State of Alaska’s “Reopen Alaska Responsibly Plan,” we will continue to diligently monitor the progression of COVID-19 within Seward and the social distancing and other measures necessary to combat it.  I would also like to express my sincere gratitude on behalf of the City to all the businesses who have submitted mutual aid agreements and/or posted business protocols and measures on their entrances.  Your collaboration and excellent corporate citizenship are essential during these difficult times. 

Thank you for keeping our residents and visitors safe.

Scott W. Meszaros, CM, CMC

Seward City Manager

 


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Call 907-224-4015 for more information or to ask questions.  Messages will be responded to.

 


City of Seward COVID-19 Emergency Documents

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View all State COVID-19 Health Mandates at:  covid19.alaska.gov/health-mandates


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Seward Harbor and Travel Related STATE Mandates
STATE Mandate 017 - Independent Commercial Fishing Vessels
STATE Reopening Guidance - Charter Fishing Vessels
STATE Reopen Alaska Responsibly Plan
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COVID-19 Information Sources
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Coping with the COVID-19 Situation