Anchorage Mayor Berkowitz mandates masks while deaths almost nil!

14 Alaskans have lost their lives to the coronavirus, four out of state. All four of the ones who died out of state were residents living out of state in long-term care facilities.

So, that means Alaska has had one in-state COVID-19 death since May 9, which is 49-days ago. …

As of this writing, 883 Alaskans have tested positive for the virus. 348 patients are still active, with the rest recovered.

As of Sunday there were a total of 7 people hospitalized in Anchorage hospitals suspected of having the coronavirus. …

Meanwhile, Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz is using the full force of government to require you to wear a mask.

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Berkowitz cracks down on masks, not rampant crime

By DAN FAGAN

There’s a theory floating around by some infectious disease specialists that COVID-19 is losing its virulence, potency, and ability to kill.

The media doesn’t typically like good news so many of you may not have heard of this. Media types may be reluctant to report on such things, worried you’ll stop wearing a mask, stop distancing, or stay home. They’d prefer you remain in a fetal position in the corner of your bedroom shivering and shaking, terrified the coronavirus will get you next.

Most media types lean left. If we know anything about leftists it is this: they don’t trust you and have appointed themselves your protector and are constantly trying to save you from yourself. …

The media fearmongers are trying to get us all worked up about the increase in COVID-19 positive tests. 194,190 tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, June 16. That was the highest number of positive tests in one day so far. …

[Read: Follow the science? Anchorage COVID-19 rate is stunningly low]

We are also seeing the declining global COVID-19 daily death rate in America even though positive tests continue to rise here too. On Friday, a whopping 47,341 people tested positive for the coronavirus in America. That was the highest total in our country of positive tests so far. Compare Friday’s 47,341 positive tests to June 1, when 22,420 tested positive in one day. Positive tests have doubled this month thus far.

The daily COVID-19 death toll peaked on April 21, when 2,749 died of the virus that day in America. On Friday, the day the U.S. saw the most positive tests to date, the CDC reported 663 deaths from the coronavirus. That’s a 75% decrease in the COVID-19 daily death toll from its peak on April 21 in the U.S.

Some may argue the increase in positive tests may eventually lead to the daily death toll going back up. But Italian Dr. Alberto Zangrillo says the virus’ potency has diminished compared to when it hit his hospital earlier this year. Zangrillo was right in the middle of the coronavirus outbreak when it overwhelmed hospitals in Milan, Italy.

“In reality, the virus clinically no longer exists in Italy,” ….

14 Alaskans have lost their lives to the coronavirus, four out of state. All four of the ones who died out of state were residents living out of state in long-term care facilities.

So, that means Alaska has had one in-state COVID-19 death since May 9, which is 49-days ago. The last COVID-19 fatality was a patient at the Providence Transitional Care Center in East Anchorage. Close to 40% of all U.S. COVID-19 related deaths came from nursing home and long-term health care facilities.

As of this writing, 883 Alaskans have tested positive for the virus. 348 patients are still active, with the rest recovered.

As of Sunday there were a total of 7 people hospitalized in Anchorage hospitals suspected of having the coronavirus. Anchorage has 1,100 hospital beds with close to 40% empty. The city has 121 ICU beds, more than half are empty.  (These numbers are dynamic, changing daily).

Meanwhile, Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz is using the full force of government to require you to wear a mask. …

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