Alaska health officials report the Southcentral Alaska case of the coronavirus first detected in South Africa.
The case was first identified in March in the region including Anchorage and Matanuska-Susitna Borough, according to a group of state and university health officials on Tuesday.
The report did not detail cases such as how the person got the virus, or how others might have been exposed, according to Alaska public media.
The person had no travel history, state epidemiologist Louisa Castrodale said during a public call on Wednesday.
Five new cases of the variant first identified in Britain were also cited in Tuesday’s report and were found in Anchorage and Matanuska-Susitna Borough and in South Alaska last month. The report did not specify more specific about the location. Two cases of such variables have been disclosed earlier.
The report includes new cases of the variant first seen in Brazil in the Anchorage and Matanuska-Susitna areas. Which states that since February So far, six cases of such variant have been identified in Alaska.
This report represents a test from a sample and is not considered a comprehensive look at how the variables are propagated.
Moran Krakow, Daily News reporter, is involved.