YKHC COVID-19 News
Please note: YKHC discloses COVID-19 information for communities that have submitted written authorization from Tribal leadership. The purpose of this is to protect patient privacy, raise awareness of current public health risks, encourage community response and prevention, and promote the use of COVID-19 precautions.
On November 7, YKHC reports three in-region hospitalizations and identified fifty-two new COVID-19 cases in the YK Delta. Three in-region hospitalizationsOvernight three COVID-19 positive individuals
On November 6, YKHC identified fifty-two new COVID-19 cases in the YK Delta. 2 cases in two YKHC service area villagesOn November 6, YKHC confirmed
On November 5, YKHC reports one new in-region hospitalization and identified forty-six new COVID-19 cases in the YK Delta. One new in-region hospitalizationOn November 5,
Last week YKHC received 4,000 Abbott BinaxNOW COVID-19 cards from the State of Alaska and will soon incorporate use of them throughout our health system.
On November 4, YKHC reports one new in-region hospitalizations and identified forty-six new COVID-19 cases in the YK Delta. One new in-region hospitalizationLate in the
On November 3, YKHC identified forty-three new COVID-19 cases in the YK Delta. 1 case in NunapitchukOn November 3, YKHC confirmed one Nunapitchuk resident tested
YKHC has evidence that widespread community transmission of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, is occurring in the village of Napaskiak. This joint advisory is issued
On November 2, YKHC reports one new death, two new in-region hospitalizations, and identified nineteen new COVID-19 cases in the YK Delta. Due to a
YKHC revises visitor and escort policy amidst COVID-19In response to the widespread nature of the COVID-19 pandemic in the YK Delta and the increased risk
COVID-19: Call Before Seeking Care
If you have symptoms like a fever, cough or shortness of breath, do not go to your village clinic and do not go to the Emergency Room in Bethel. Instead, in Bethel, call 543-6949, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. In villages, call your local clinic.