This change comes as a result of updated guidance from the CDC advising that fully vaccinated individuals no longer need to wear masks in most public settings, increased vaccination rates, and decreasing case counts in Anchorage.
A signed parental/guardian consent form is required for youth age 12 to 17 to be vaccinated, and the presence of a parent/guardian is preferred.
Vaccine Week will bring free, accessible vaccine clinics, prizes, and celebratory events to Anchorage during the first week of May. We’re going to #DoItForSummer.
Supplemental Targeted Advances will provide $5 billion in additional assistance to 1 million small businesses and nonprofit organizations that have been most severely affected by the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Visit Healthcare has administered weekly tests at all five of RurAL CAP’s Supportive Housing facilities and has coordinated with RurAL CAP’s Outreach Specialists to test unsheltered individuals in Anchorage.
EO-20 protects core public health measures, while loosening restrictions where it is safest to do so, especially in outdoor settings.