August 6th, 2020: Valdez Tries To Bend The Curve

120 Miles Down The Richardson Highway, Valdez Works To Try To Control Transmission Of The Coronavirus Through Masks & Distancing & ...

120 Miles Down The Richardson Highway, Valdez Works To Try To Control Transmission Of The Coronavirus Through Masks & Distancing & To Keep Its Economy Alive – As Fish Processing Plant Cases Surge 


On August 6th, the Country Journal went to Valdez. 
Here are some of the signs and notices around town. 
Because it is a city, Valdez is empowered to make local public health guidelines.

"Welcome To Valdez" Sign Now Has Public Health Guidelines. (Photo, Country Journal)
Social Distancing At KOA Campground. (Photo, Country Journal) 

Free Masks & Hand Sanitizer Offered To Campers In Valdez Campground. (Photo, Country Journal) 

Cloth Mask Notices At Valdez Airport on August 6th, 2020. (Photo, Country Journal)

VALDEZ CASE COUNTS AUGUST 6TH

Valdez's Highest Counts Are At Its Fish Processing Facilities



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