How Bethel and other rural Alaska villages are preparing for COVID-19 | Alaska Insight

With the first case of COVID-19 confirmed in Southwest Alaska, state and tribal health officials are working to provide adequate supplies for medical staff and village health aides and ramping up testing capabilities in rural Alaska communities.

From Bethel, KYUK’s Krysti Shallenberger has this story.

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