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Watch live: Mayor Berkowitz details plan to reopen Anchorage

April 20, 2020: in today’s community briefing, Mayor Berkowitz will discuss a roadmap to re-open Anchorage. He will be joined by Natasha Pineda, Director, Anchorage Health Department; Dr. Bruce Chandler, Medical Officer, Anchorage Health Department; Chris Schutte, Director, Office of Community and Economic Development. Anchorage residents may participate in the briefing by submitting questions in the comments of the Facebook live.

Posted by Mayor Ethan Berkowitz on Monday, April 20, 2020

Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz presents a COVID-19 community update with Natasha Pineda, Director, Anchorage Health Department; Dr. Bruce Chandler, Medical Officer, Anchorage Health Department; Chris Schutte, Director, Office of Community and Economic Development.

At Monday’s briefing, Berkowitz will announce a “phased plan to reopen Anchorage,” the city says. Residents may participate in the briefing by submitting questions in the comments of the Facebook live.

Here’s the document released by the city Monday outline criteria for reopening the city.

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