City of Cordova

COVID-19 Dashboard


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Cordova Residents

The City of Cordova is committed to ensuring residents have the resources needed to stay safe and healthy.


Testing is currently not required. If you do experience any symptoms or have any concerns testing can be scheduled at both local medical facilities.

Cordova Community Medical Center 1 (907) 424 8200

Ilanka Community Health Center 1 (907) 424 3622

For information from the CDC on when to get tested click here.

The City of Cordova is currently following Alaska State Guidance all Essential Employees and Critical Infrastructure Employees should follow the COVID policy set forth by their employers work plan.

Click here for information on the State of Alaska Critical Infrastructure Guidance.

 Individuals who are considered high risk should take extra precautions to care for their health and be mindful of their interactions with others.

See the recommendations for Health Guidance for Seniors and High Risk groups here.

Even those who are considered healthy need to take precautions to protect themselves and others in the community. Individuals are empowered to use strategies that reflect the level of COVID safe behavior they would like to achieve.

Individuals should consider the State of Alaska Alert Level and any recent travel that may have been taken when making their individual or family COVID safe plan.

The City of Cordova is following the State of Alaska COVID guidelines and recommendations. There are currently no mandated health advisories in effect.

 COVID Safe suggestions for everyone:

  1. Social distance (stay six feet away from people outside your home)
  2. Wear a mask when in public
  3. Wash your hands frequently
  4. Disinfect surfaces regularly
  5. Before going to a group gathering consider the risk
  6. Monitor yourself for signs of illness
Click here for CDC guidance on how to talk to friends and family about COVID 19.

At this time masking is not mandated or required in public spaces. Private businesses may still request that a mask or face covering be worn upon entry and employers may require masks or face coverings to be worn as part of their workforce protection plans.

Currently both medical facilities and Alaska Airlines require a mask or face covering to be worn in their facilities.

If you become sick or experience symptoms, you should mask and immediately begin to strict socially distance. Call a local medical provider to schedule a COVID 19 test.

If someone in your household or on your vessel becomes COVID positive, that person must immediately isolate from the rest of the household or the entire household/crew must immediately self-quarantine with the sick individual. If the household/crew are considered close contacts additional instructions may be given by contact tracing. All isolation and quarantine instructions should followed to completion. Failure to do so may put others at risk.

Click here for more detailed information on isolation and quarantine.

Cordova Medical Facilities

  • Cordova Community Medical Center – (907) 424-8200
  • Ilanka Community Health Center – (907) 424-3622

Frequently Asked Questions

View our Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to the questions that we are most commonly asked. If you do not see your question, please send us an email.