907 Updates April 06, 2020

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Mayor Ethan Berkowitz to give regular COVID-19 community briefings

The Mayor will hold regular community briefings to inform the public about the Municipality’s response to COVID-19. The briefings will take place on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at noon, for the foreseeable future. The briefings will be livestreamed on the Mayor’s Facebook page. Residents may participate in the briefing by submitting questions in the comments of the Facebook Live.

Today, Monday, April 6, the Mayor will be joined by Natasha Pineda, Director of the Anchorage Health Department. Future community briefings will include additional municipal and community leaders who have important information to share with Anchorage residents.

The Mayor will also give weekly briefings on Thursdays at 4:00 p.m., on Out North Radio, KONR-LP 106.1 FM. Community members may ask the Mayor questions by calling 907-222-1061 during the show or tweeting @outnorthradio. Listeners outside of the Anchorage area can listen online at outnorthradio.com/stream from a computer or a smartphone. The program is hosted by longtime Alaska broadcaster Steve Heimel.

For information about the Municipality’s response to COVID-19 visit www.muni.org/covid-19.

Do your part to stop COVID-19 from spreading, Anchorage. Hunker down. Flatten the curve. Save lives. We’re all in this together.


Consider watching Mayor Berkowitz’s briefings on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at noon (12pm), or listening to KONR-LP 106.1 FM on Thursdays at 4:00pm

Anchorage Office of Emergency Management
1305 E St
Anchorage, AK 99501

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 907-343-1401