Despite Spotty Reporting, Combined RSV, Flu & Covid Cases Remain High

More People Got Sick In January, 2024   Says Alaska Department of Health  Despite a lack of a rigorous reporting system, the "lab-confi...

More People Got Sick In January, 2024  

Says Alaska Department of Health 

Despite a lack of a rigorous reporting system, the "lab-confirmed" cases of major respiratory diseases in Alaska has climbed to a high point.  

Cases leveled off throughout January.Yet the number of Covid cases (the blue bar)  in January is the highest in months. 

Together, combined flu, RSV and Covid cases are higher now than any week since the first week of November. See Chart: 



THIS WEEK IN ALASKA COVID HISTORY 

NUMBER OF ALASKAN RECORDED COVID CASES...
WEEK OF JAN. 27TH OVER THE LAST 5 YEARS  

2020: Zero cases
2021: 1,310 cases 
2022: 16,133 cases 
2023: 792 cases 
2024: 632  cases 

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