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Both confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Craig have been classified as recovered

On April 22, 2020, the Craig EOC was notified by Alaska Public Health that both confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Craig have been classified as recovered. According to Alaska Public Health, persons who were directed to care for themselves at home may discontinue home isolation under the following conditions: • At least 3 days (72 hours) have passed since recovery defined as resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and improvement in respiratory symptoms (e.g., cough, shortness of breath); AND, • At least seven days have passed since symptoms first appeared. Public Health is continuing to monitor the close contacts from both cases identified through the case investigation process. Please continue to wash your hands frequently, stay at home as much as possible, maintain a minimum of six feet distance from other people when you have to go out, where a mask or cloth face covering, and talk to your healthcare provider if you display symptoms of COVID-19. The City of Craig will continue to monitor COVID-19 reports and information and provide links and up to date information about the City of Craig response at the city’s website. For information go to or Contact information for City of Craig departments and services. Craig Aquatic Center 826-2794 Craig City Hall 826-3275 Craig EMS 826-4857 Craig Harbormaster 826-3404 Craig Police 826-3330 Craig Public Facilities 826-3408 Craig Public Library 826-3281 Craig Public Works 826-3405 Craig Recreation Department 826-2575

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