CBJ reports 3 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The City and Borough of Juneau is reporting three new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday.

    There are 23 active cases in Juneau, with 371 cases listed as recovered on the CBJ Dashboard.

    Of the 23 active cases, 22 are residents and one is a non-resident.

    The is currently one COVID-19 patient listed at Bartlett Regional Hospital, though there are two other individuals in isolation there.

    Last Friday, the EOC conducted a round of testing for individuals among the vulnerable population at the Glory Hall, AWARE, and Housing First.

    This was done out of an abundance of caution after two Juneau residents without permanent housing had tested positive for COVID-19. All 102 tests have come back negative.

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