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Positive COVID-19 Case Identified

A positive COVID-19 case was identified in screening of a non-resident. Through contact tracing, the individual was determined to be a close contact of last week’s positive case from a local resident.

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Positive COVID-19 Case Identified

A positive COVID-19 case was identified in screening. The individual is a Cordova resident and contact tracing is underway. The positive result brings the total COVID-19 count 20; 10 residents and 10 non-residents. For more information about the City’s response during the pandemic, see the Cordova COVID-19 Dashboard, online at www.covid19.cityofcordova.net. The Cordova Medical Team reminds all individuals to continue

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City Announces Economic Stimulus Plan

Funds will be issued directly to Cordova residents in the form of a CordovaCash card preloaded with funds to be used exclusively at Cordova-based businesses. The funds will directly impact Cordova’s economy through spending at local businesses.

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Positive COVID-19 Case Identified

A non-resident to Cordova tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend. The individual is taking safety precautions in an effort to prevent further spread of the disease.

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Positive COVID-19 case identified

The positive result is the community’s first in more than three weeks. The case is a reminder for all residents and visitors to remain diligent and continue following all recommended safety precautions of social distancing, mask-wearing in public, frequent hand-washing and disinfecting public surfaces.

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City Moves to Health Alert Level 2

The step down from Level 3 Watch to Level 2 Advisory comes after there have been no positive COVID-19 cases in Cordova in the 14 days. Additionally, testing, contact tracing and hospital capacity are intact.

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Bidarki Rec Center to Open for Limited Services

The Bidarki Recreation Center will reopen by appointment only, starting August 31. Limited services will be available and patrons must follow additional safety protocols. The facility will have limited capacity and there will be no organized athletics, saunas or showers available. Patrons are encouraged to read the Bidarki Recreation Center COVID Operational Plan on the City’s COVID-19 website, in the

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