Anchorage, Alaska (KINY) - The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services confirmed 60 new resident cases and 11 non-resident cases on Monday.
The daily report showed 1,539 total resident cases and 306 non-resident cases.
The report also listed 620 people as recovered, 902 active cases, and 87 hospitalized during the pandemic.
In other data, the report showed 60 new active cases, and 22 people currently hospitalized.
There are 23 ventilators, 759 in-patient hospital beds, and 78 intensive care beds in use today.
There are 690 hospital beds and 91 intensive care beds available in the state.
The report showed 34 new resident cases in Anchorage, three on the Kenai Peninsula, 11 in Fairbanks, one each in Kodiak, Palmer, Utqigvik, the Northwest Arctic Bough, and Bethel, and four in Wasilla, and two in Bristol Bay.
New non-resident cases were confirmed in Anchorage, the Fairbanks Northstar Borough, and Kenai.