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Watch: Mayor Berkowitz, Anchorage officials provide community update on COVID-19 restrictions

Wednesday, July 22, 2020, Community Briefing: Today, the Mayor will discuss the Municipality’s transition back to a modified version of Phase 2: Recovery, in the “Safe Anchorage: A Roadmap to Reopening” plan. Briefing participants are Natasha Pineda, Anchorage Health Department Director, and Chris Schutte, Director of the Office of Economic and Community Development. More information can be found on the Municipality of Anchorage’s COVID-19 website: www.muni.org/COVID-19.

Posted by Mayor Ethan Berkowitz on Wednesday, July 22, 2020

On Wednesday afternoon, Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz provided a community update on COVID-19 restrictions in Anchorage via Facebook Live. Joining him were Natasha Pineda, Anchorage Health Department director, and Chris Schutte, director of the Office of Economic and Community Development.

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