On June 4, YKHC reports thirty-one new cases of COVID-19 in the YK Delta.
New COVID-19 Cases
The 31 are residents in:
Mountain Village (6)
St. Mary’s (1)
On June 5, YKHC reports one new cases of COVID-19 in the YK Delta.
New COVID-19 Cases
The 1 is a resident in:
On June 6, YKHC reports no new cases of COVID-19 in the YK Delta.
COVID-19 Updates and Community Information
Updated COVID-19 testing hours:
In Bethel, COVID-19 testing is available at the testing site on the first floor of the hospital. Binax tests are offered 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. PCR tests are available in the same location by request only during the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Please enter through the main entrance of the hospital. No appointment needed.
In villages, contact your local clinic.
Vaccinations: YKHC strongly encourages all people 5 years and older to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Booster shots: Anyone ages 5 or older who is five months past their second shot of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine is eligible for a booster. Everyone ages 18 or older who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine more than two months ago is also eligible. Second boosters are encouraged for eligible individuals 50 and older and people 12 and older with certain health conditions. To learn more, click here.
To schedule a vaccine for people age 12 or older or a booster appointment for eligible individuals: Visit https://www.ykhc.org/covid-19/vaccine/ or call 1-800-478-6599.
To schedule a vaccine appointment for children ages 5 to 11: In Bethel, call 543-6949. In villages, please call your local clinic.
Community safety: YKHC offers COVID-19 guidance for communities and individuals, which can be found on our website: https://www.ykhc.org/resources/
Learn more: For more information about COVID-19 in the YK Delta, visit www.ykhc.org/covid-19.
Case statements are published the next business day after cases are identified (e.g. Monday cases are published Tuesday. Friday and weekend cases are published Monday. Cases identified over a holiday are reported the next business day.) Whenever possible, YKHC will notify patients and call the affected communities the day cases are identified.