By Larry Persily
Wrangell Sentinel 

COVID 'still here, still making people sick,' says state chief medical officer


It’s been more than two years since “coronavirus” became a household word, and though case numbers have subsided from last summer’s surge and record highs this past winter, the disease is still in town.

Wrangell recorded about 10% of its total pandemic infections in the last two weeks of March, the state reported last Friday. Of the 517 Wrangell cases recorded by the state in the past two years, 54 came in the last two weeks of the month.

“It’s still here and it’s still making people sick,” Dr. Anne Zink, the state’s chief medical officer, said Friday.

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