YK Delta COVID-19 Dashboard

The data provided in this dashboard counts all confirmed and known COVID-19 cases of residents and visitors in the YK Delta, therefore this number might vary slightly from official data reported by the State of Alaska.
YKHC updates this case data the morning following the day the cases are identified, Monday through Friday.
YKHC updates transmission risk level and vaccination on Fridays.

As of 9/23/2021

TOTAL CASES

6964

ACTIVE CASES

322

RECOVERED

6642

Deceased

30

COMMUNITIES

44

Communities affected in-region, NOT including Bethel

RESIDENTS

6897

Infectious while in-region

RESIDENTS

96

NOT in-region while infectious

NON-RESIDENTS

58

Infectious while in-region

HOSPITALIZATIONS

87

In-region at YKDRH

HOSPITALIZATIONS

29

Medevac'd to out-of-region hospital

The information below is updated weekly on Friday, reflecting data from the prior 7-day period (Friday through Thursday). Updated 9/17/2021.

COVID-19 Transmission Risk Level by Sub-Region

The CDC recommends using two measures to assess, or calculate, the risk of transmission in a particular area — (1) the total number of new cases and (2) the percentage of positive tests, both over a period of the past 7 days. This table is a tool that can be used to determine current sub-regional risk level. Sub-regions are defined by the five Sub-Regional Clinic Service areas. The remaining villages fall into the Bethel area.

SUBREGION

TOTAL # NEW CASES

% POSITIVE TESTS

Aniak

19

8%

Bethel

102

6%

Emmonak

17

9%

Hooper Bay

41

16%

St. Mary's

15

6%

Toksook Bay

48

12%

YK Delta

242

8%

VACCINATED

14,065

Unique individuals who have completed a COVID-19 vaccine series (two doses of Pfizer or Moderna or one dose of the Janssen/Johnson & Johnson vaccine.) 

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL POPULATION WITH COMPLETED COVID-19 VACCINATION BY COMMUNITY

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Akiachak: 41%
Akiak: 32.8%
Alakanuk: 45.7%
Aniak: 77%
Anvik: 69.2%
Atmautluak 44%
Bethel: 58%
Chefornak: 37.5%

 

Chevak: 43.3%
Chuathbaluk: 56.9%
Crooked Creek: 37.3%
Eek: 54.6%
Emmonak: 50.7%
Holy Cross: 59.5%
Hooper Bay: 56.2%
Kalskag: 50.8%

Kasigluk 57.4%
Kipnuk: 33.8%
Kongiganak: 41.3%
Kotlik: 47.7%
Kwethluk: 49.4%
Kwigillingok: 47.8%
Lower Kalskag: 55.4%
Marshall: 52.7%

Mekoryuk: 76.8%
Mtn. Village: 53%
Napakiak: 52.8%
Napaskiak: 43.1%
Newtok: 42%
Nightmute 31.8%
Nunam Iqua: 65.5%
Nunapitchuk: 57.4%

 

Pilot Station 37.2%
Pitka’s Point: 42%
Quinhagak: 45.4%
Scammon Bay: 40.5%
St. Mary’s: 66.1%
Toksook Bay: 58.4%
Tuntutuliak: 47.7%
Tununak: 55.1%

TOTAL YK DELTA: 51.3%

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If you are concerned about the onset of symptoms, call your village clinic or, in Bethel, call 543-6949.

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Additional Resources

Alaska's COVID-19 Response

Alaska DHSS Coronavirus Webpage

Information about how to keep yourself and your family healthy. coronavirus.alaska.gov

The Governor’s Webpage on COVID-19

The latest press releases, video, and statements from the Office of the Governor related to the COVID-19 outbreak in Alaska. gov.alaska.gov/covid19news

Alaska Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management

Information, community press releases and other documents. ready.alaska.gov/covid19

US COVID-19 Response

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The CDC leads the U.S. response to coronavirus. cdc.gov/coronoavirus

Coronavirus.gov

A webpage developed by the Whitehouse, CDC & FEMA to provide information, news & resources. coronavirus.gov

COVID-19 Updates

Contact YKHC

YUKON-KUSKOKWIM HEALTH CORPORATION 

Box 528, Bethel, Alaska 99559

Phone: 907-543-6000
YKHC Medicaid Travel: 907-543-6625
Email: info@ykhc.org
Media Inquiries: publicrelations@ykhc.org

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To enroll in MyYKHealth or if you have questions about MyYKHealth, call MyYKHealth Enrollment Specialist at 907-543-6947 or Registration at 907-543-6315 or email MyYKHealthEnroll@ykhc.org.

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Schedule an Appointment

BETHEL OUTPATIENT CLINICS

Bethel or a cell phone:
907-543-6442

Landline or phone outside Bethel:
1-800-478-3321 ext 6442

DENTAL CLINIC
907-543-6229

OPTOMETRY CLINIC
907-543-6336

SUB-REGIONAL CLINICS
Aniak     675-4556
Emmonak     949-3500 
Hooper Bay     758-3500
St. Mary’s      438-3500 
Toksook Bay    427-3500 

In order to ensure we offer timely appointments to all of our patients, we ask customers to register 30 minutes before your scheduled appointment time. If you are unable to keep or make your appointment, please call YKHC Scheduling to cancel or reschedule.

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