On March 12, state officials announced the first positive case of coronavirus in Alaska. Here’s a look at how Anchorage residents are reacting to the growing public health crisis.

Grace Christian School maintenance employee Florenzio Roserio cleans the empty stands as the Dillingham and Bristol Bay girls basketball teams play in the Class 2A Great Alaska Conference tournament on Friday, March 13, 2020. Fans were not allowed to attend the games on Friday due to coronavirus concerns. (Marc Lester / ADN)
Alaska Chief Medical Officer Anne Zink, left, Alaska Regional Hospital Chief Medical Officer Keri Gardner, and Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy discuss the first positive case of coronavirus in Alaska during a press conference in Anchorage on March 12, 2020. (Marc Lester / ADN)
A sign in Fred Meyer in Midtown Anchorage explains the story policy limiting the quantity of certain products that customers can buy, including toilet paper, on March 13, 2020. (Marc Lester / ADN)
Systems analyst Mike Crawford, left, talks with Amanda Loach, director of Anchorage's Office of Emergency Management. City and school district officials held a press conference at the Anchorage Emergency Operations Center regarding measures in response to coronavirus on March 12, 2020. (Marc Lester / ADN)
Haley Wooten, left, makes a coffee drink at left while manager Sarah Thompson uses hand sanitizer on March 12, 2020, at the Perk Up coffee stand location on Old Seward Highway in South Anchorage. Thompson said she's encouraging employees to wash hands frequently after customer transactions. (Marc Lester / ADN)
People stand outisde Bean's Cafe on 3rd Avenue on March 9, 2020. Anchorage officials are mobilizing to protect vulnerable residents, including the homeless. (Marc Lester / ADN)
Lisa Aquino, executive director of Catholic Social Services, inside the Brother Francis Shelter on Wednesday, March 11, 2020. Homeless people are one of the most vulnerable populations during the global outbreak of COVID-19. (Bill Roth / ADN)
A man that goes by the name Rabbit said, ’It's mind over matter ’, when asked about the coronavirus near Bean's Cafe in Anchorage on Wednesday, March 11, 2020. (Bill Roth / ADN)
Cars fill the parking lot at Costco on DeBarr Road on March 13, 2020. (Marc Lester / ADN)
Travelers walk through Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport on March 13, 2020. Airlines have reported a dramatic decrease in the number of passengers in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic. (Marc Lester / ADN)
A sign posted in UAA's Sports Complex reminds people to wash hands. Photographed on March 13, 2020. (Marc Lester / ADN)
ASD custodians Jerry Tegada (front) and Rogel Parcon (background) spray a classroom with disinfectant in Tudor Elementary School, Tuesday afternoon, March 10, 2020. (Anne Raup / ADN)
A moose walks across the UAA campus on March 13, 2020. University of Alaska announced that most UA courses will be offered using an alternate delivery method starting March 23, 2020. (Marc Lester / ADN)
Downtown Anchorage as seen from the South Anchorage hillside on March 11, 2020. (Marc Lester / ADN)