The Alaska House of Representatives has nothing planned for the day, after a member tested positive for Covid-19. The members and staff will remain out of the building, per an order from House Speaker Louise Stutes, and more plans will be forthcoming.
The House has not passed legislation that would allow it to meet remotely, although that was one of the first orders of business in the Senate.
Senate President Peter Micciche said that for now, Senate committee meetings will continue.
Stutes sent the memo out late Wednesday shutting down committee work on Thursday and advising members and staff to remain out of the building.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy also has a case of coronavirus, but he has not been in the Capitol. Must Read Alaska sources say he did not come into contact with the virus at the Alaska Outdoor Council Banquet and was not contagious when he attended the event on Saturday night. He has been self-quarantining since Sunday morning.