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.
YKHC has evidence there is a strong likelihood that sporadic community spread of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, is occurring in Bethel. This joint advisory
On September 4, YKHC identified nine new COVID-19 cases in the YK Delta. September 4: Case 1 On September 4, an individual who resides in
On August 29, YKHC identified two new cases of COVID-19 in the YK Delta. August 29: Case 1 Late in the day on August 28,
Late in the day on August 27, YKHC confirmed an individual who resides in a YKHC service area village tested positive for COVID-19. To protect
On August 27, YKHC identified three new COVID-19 cases in Bethel. All cases announced here were close contacts of previously known cases. August 27: Case
On August 25, YKHC convened a meeting with Senator Lyman Hoffman, City of Bethel Mayor Perry Barr, Acting City Manager Lori Strickler, and City Attorney
On August 23, YKHC identified eleven new COVID-19 cases in the YK Delta. August 23: Cases 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8
On August 22, YKHC identified six new COVID-19 cases in the YK Delta. August 22: Case 1 Late in the day on August 21, YKHC
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, call your village clinic, or in Bethel, call 543-6949.