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    Gov. Dunleavy tests positive for COVID after initial negative result

    By AlaskaWatchman.com

    After initially testing negative for COVID on Feb. 22, and going into isolation following exposure to someone who was COVID positive, Gov. Mike Dunleavy has now tested positive for the virus.

    A Feb. 24 press release from the governor’s Communication Director Jeff Turner announced the latest results. The governor is currently at home with mild symptoms.

    On Sunday it was announced that Dunleavy would be spending the next week hunkered in his Wasilla home after he had close contact on Feb. 21 with someone who had a positive COVID test. Dunleavy received a COVID-19 rapid test and immediately went into self-isolation at his home with no symptoms of the disease. He had planned to work from home until it was certain he was clear of the virus.

    “Because the Governor has been in quarantine during his infectious period, there are no known close contacts at this time,” the Feb. 24 press release stated. “Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink and the governor’s attending physician are monitoring him and will provide the public with updates as needed.”

    Joel Davidson
    Joel Davidson
    Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 20 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.

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    3 Comments

    1. Oh poor him ! With ANNIE at his side … ! Conveniently away from the press and his dysfunctional government ,The only good news recently was Bad Boy BEN sleaze bag Stevens is gone on to greener pastures … Good riddance BENNY BOY! Keep up your good work Lora he’s on the run!

    2. “BS” he went into hiding after he posted his false report on Sen. Reibold!!! Tie his brother Francise and Penny together with the $700,000 investment to his campaign then on top of that ask why the families of the Alaska Commercial fishing fleet are not represented on the 7 man board of fisheries?

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