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Old 08-03-2021, 04:44 AM   #1
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No Covid restrictions in Seward Alaska

I hm happy to report that there are no covid related restrictions in Seward Alaska.

Our harbor is open to and is accommodating both international and US citizen boaters. Our restaurants are open, as are our marine charters, and all other services.

There are no PPE requirements, and we are respectful of your personal choice wether to wear PPE or not.

If you want to fly in, or out, our international airport is open for business, and if you want a vaccine you can get one at the airport with no pressure either way.
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that's why i love Alaska. certainly coming from ca.

BTW if you know EZ please send my regards.
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There's a big surge of COVID in Seward going on right now. I'm waiting on a vendor to do some engine work and their entire shop is sick with it.
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There's a big surge of COVID in Seward going on right now. I'm waiting on a vendor to do some engine work and their entire shop is sick with it.
https://www.cityofseward.us/community/covid-19

Population is 2773.

68 new cases in the last 2 weeks.
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There's a big surge of COVID in Seward going on right now. I'm waiting on a vendor to do some engine work and their entire shop is sick with it.
i didn't want to ruin the party but unfortunately i heard same.
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