“We are a well-tested community, which is assisting us in identifying cases early to prevent further spread of COVID-19 in our community,” says Audrey Gray, lead public information officer of the Anchorage Emergency Operations Center.
With a shipment of PPE ready to be shipped from Anchorage, Matson donated shipping services to prevent influx of COVID-19 cases on Kodiak Island.
Here is a look at some of Alaska’s businesses that are doing good for their communities.
Job security is likely not a concern for those working in the healthcare industry, either as caregivers or tangentially constructing healthcare facilities.
With sexual assault and child abuse cases hitting all-time highs for Alaska CARES Child Advocacy Center and Forensic Nursing Services of Providence in Anchorage, construction is rapidly moving forward on a new multidisciplinary facility in Midtown.