The State of Alaska’s data dashboard shows 825 new positive diagnoses of Covid-19 in Alaska for Thursday. That’s down from 842 the previous day, or 17 fewer cases, and a 2 percent drop day over day.
There are currently 186 people in Alaska hospitals with Covid, up from 180 on Wednesday.
27 new Covid-19 hospitalizations have been logged since Oct. 1 and the death of 10 Alaskans have been attributed to Covid this month.
105 of the 119 adult intensive care beds in Alaska are full — with patients of all kinds, not just Covid, up from 95 the day before.
760 out of 1,110 non-ICU beds across the state are full, with a capacity of 319 available.
30 people in Alaska hospitals are on ventilators, a drop from 38 earlier this week, or a 21 percent decrease.
The overall percentage of Covid-infected patients in Alaska hospitals has leveled out, and is now at 18.8 percent, a slight increase from Wednesday, when it was 18.5 percent of all patients.
90 beds in Anchorage hospitals are now occupied by Covid-positive patients, down from 119 on Sept. 23.
Since Oct. 1, 2021, 27 Alaskans have been admitted to hospitals for treatment of Covid.
A total of 116,367 Covid tests in Alaska have yielded positive results since March of 2020, when the virus was first recognized in the state.
355,531 Alaskans have been fully vaccinated.