Date Confirmed Cases Notes .
Statewide 487 +20, 22 Total Non-resident, 56,203 Tested
June 2 487
June 1 467
May 31 460
May 30 433 Alaska
May 29 430 Eight day with no new cases reported
May 28 425
May 27 412
May 23 408
May 26 411
May 25 409
May 24 408 Seventh day with no new cases reported
May 22 404 Businesses opened 100% in phase 3-4
May 21 402 Sixth day with no new cases reported
May 20 402
May 19 399 Fifth day with no new cases reported
May 18 399
May 17 392 Fourth day with no new cases reported
May 16 392
May 15 388
May 14 387
May 13 383 Third day with no new reported cases
May 12 383
May 11 381 State changes reporting methodology
May 10 379
May 9 378
May 8 377 Phase 2 of opening economy
May 7 374 80 y-o Anchor Point man dies
May 6 372
May 5 371
May 4 370
May 3 368
May 2 365
May 1 364
April 30 355 Second day with no new cases
April 29 355 State changes methodology in reporting
April 28 351
April 27 345
April 26 341 First case in Sitka
April 25 339 No new cases, no new hospitalizations, no new deaths.
April 24 339 Non-essential businesses opened
April 23 337
April 22 335
April 21 321
April 20 321
April 19 319
April 18 314
April 17 309
April 16 300
April 15 293
April 14 285 Mat-Su death. 30-39 YO woman
April 13 277
April 12 272
April 11 257 Fairbanks death 73-YO woman
April 10 246
April 9 235
April 8 226 Anchorage death 40-49 YO woman
April 7 213
April 6 191
April 5 185
April 4 171 Fairbanks Death 73-YO Woman; Anchor Point Man Dies Stateside
April 3 157
April 2 147 State Changes Reporting Methodology
April 1 143
March 31 133
March 30 119
March 29 114 Anchorage death 73-YO man
March 28 102 First Case in Long-term Healthcare Facility
March 27 85 First Death in Alaska, 63-YO Anchorage Woman
March 26 69
March 25 59
March 24 42 First Hospitalized Patient Admitted in Juneau
March 23 36 Statewide Mandatory Travel Ban
March 22 32
March 21 21
March 18 8 First Alaskan Died, Petersburg Man in Seattle Hosptial
March 17 4
March 16 3
March 12 1