Coronavirus Links & Resources
Monoclonal Antibody treatment in Alaska
Many communities in Alaska have received monoclonal antibody therapy for the early treatment of symptomatic COVID-19 disease.
The Alaska Airlines Center at UAA has opened as an infusion center for the administration of the monoclonal antibody for Anchorage residents.
Physicians outside the Anchorage area should contact their local hospital. Rural hospitals have received allocations of monoclonal antibody infusions and are managing administration in various different ways. Your local hospital is your best resource.
COVID VACCINE ADMINISTERED In ALASKA
Alaska medical providers: If you are thinking about providing COVID-19 vaccination in your practice when it becomes available you will want to check out these two State of Alaska sites. You must register with the state if you want to provide COVID-19 vaccine and this registration is separate and in addition to any other vaccine registration you may already have. The state has submitted its vaccine plan to the federal government and will begin registering providers once it is approved.
Who should wear and can not wear masks:
Health care clearance guidelines: (the double negative chart)
Our mask website with associated link to the science:
Isolation vs. Quarantine picture sheet:
School guidelines: the end of this has some of our favorite charts and graphs that you can use. Page 27 has the return to school protocol
DHSS travel testing (which has the 4 at home tests on it): http://dhss.alaska.gov/dph/Epi/id/Pages/COVID-19/travel.aspx
DHSS testing website:
What to do if you are sick:
CDC's flu vs covid symptoms