New COVID-19 Cases in Alaska By Date

Created on July 8, 2020.
By Mershack Okoe.
Updated on November 29, 2022 5:35 PM.

We looked at daily new cases of COVID-19 reported for Alaska using data from Johns Hopkins University, and New York Times. We present this information with two visualizations.

The first visualization shows the total new cases for the whole of Alaska and the second visualization compares the seven day average of new cases for each county in Alaska. We also have a table that contains the newly reported cases for all counties in Alaska by date.

Note: We will be updating this data daily based on new data from Johns Hopkins University.

Last Updated on: November 29, 2022 5:35 PM
Use the controls below to change between new-cases and new-deaths. Also hover on the bars and line to see the actual values.
The chart below shows a comparison of the seven day average of new cases and new deaths in Alaska counties. A few counties have been selected by default. You can use the controls below to add or remove counties from the chart.
Anchorage
Fairbanks North Star
Matanuska-Susitna
Ketchikan Gateway
Kenai Peninsula
Comparison of 7-Day Average of New Covid-19 Cases In Alaska
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Table of New COVID-19 Cases in Alaska By Date
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County New Cases New Deaths
Aleutians East 0 0
Aleutians West 0 0
Anchorage 0 0
Bethel 0 0
Bristol Bay 0 0
Bristol Bay plus Lake and Peninsula 0 0
Chugach 0 0
Copper River 0 0
Denali 0 0
Dillingham 0 0
Fairbanks North Star 0 0
Haines 0 0
Juneau 0 0
Kenai Peninsula 0 0
Ketchikan Gateway 0 0
Kodiak Island 0 0
Kusilvak 0 0
Matanuska-Susitna 0 0
Nome 0 0
North Slope 0 0
Northwest Arctic 0 0
Petersburg 0 0
Prince of Wales-Hyder 0 0
Sitka 0 0
Skagway 0 0
Southeast Fairbanks 0 0
Unassigned 0 0
Valdez-Cordova 0 0
Wrangell 0 0
Yakutat 0 0
Yukon-Koyukuk 0 0
Hoonah-Angoon 0 0
Lake and Peninsula 0 0
Alaska 0 0