The Alaska Black Caucus, building on the momentum of their fight against COVID-19 has launched a grant-funded awareness campaign: “Vaccinate. It’s not too late.”
Bronson, however, remains unmoved as Covid cases increase across the city, as city residents are plagued with long wait times at formerly first-rate Covid testing sites, and as hospitals brace for an additional wave of unvaccinated ivermectin guzzling covid patients to begin frequenting their emergency departments and become a burden on our health care workers and fragile health care system.
Democratic candidate for Alaska Governor Les Gara called on Governor Mike Dunleavy last month to hold a press conference with health experts before the fast-spreading omicron variant was able to infect large numbers of Alaskans, but Governor Dunleavy has ignored that call.
The Anchorage Health Department (AHD) has been busily creating and deleting just awful videos this week, but in a surprise turn of events, AHD published a video to the department’s Facebook page today featuring Health Director Joe Gerace that was informative and potentially useful.
The one thing that has been a relative constant across the municipality since the beginning of the pandemic was the ability of residents to receive a relatively quick and drama free COVID-19 test.