COVID-19 cases in Alaska took a big one-day jump with 13 new cases reported, the most since late March.
Seven of the new cases were diagnosed on the Kenai Peninsula, while Anchorage had four cases, Juneau and the North Slope each had one new case.
The jump followed several days when only one or two cases were reported each day.
There have been a total of 425 cases in the state, with 366 of those now recovered.
No additional deaths were reported; 10 Alaskans have died of conditions related to COVID-19.
There are 10 people currently hospitalized who have the infection, but there are no Alaskans on ventilators, according to the state’s reporting.
The State’s Chief Medical Officer Anne Zink advised last week that as the state opened up the economy again there would be clusters of the coronavirus that medical professionals and epidemiologists would have to investigate and try to contain.