Eleven new cases of COVID-19 were diagnosed in the past 24 hours in Alaska, with no new deaths reported and one additional hospitalization noted.
The current statewide infection count is 246 cases, including the seven deaths already reported and the 55 who have now been declared recovered.
The new cases were diagnosed in Anchorage (3), Fairbanks (4), Kenai Peninsula (1), Juneau (1), and Mat-Su (2).
A little more than one percent of Alaskans have been tested for the Wuhan coronavirus, with 7,432 swab tests administered since the first Alaska case was diagnosed in early March.
Nationwide, 91,358 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed, with 18,316 deaths associated with the coronavirus. Across the globe, more than 102,000 people have died with complications from the coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China late last year and is of unknown origins.