Joaqlin Estus, Tlingit, is a longtime Alaska journalist.
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'There is no way to prevent a potential mass disease situation ...'
COVID-19 pandemic threatens health in Alaska Native villages and the thousands of workers who usually arrive for the short, lucrative Bristol Bay fishery
Many patients travel to hospitals via private air carriers
Newtok theater: 'Before the Land Eroded: We Were Here'
'Wash your hands like you just dumped the honey bucket!'
Davidson steps in to replace Dr. Bob Onders, a physician and an attorney
'Generations and generations ... have had to deal with these pandemics and these viruses, and they've also had to get up in the morning and feed themselves, and make things run for society'
'We're just going to get in front of the things that may come up’
American Indians and Alaska Natives clustered in camps or on the streets; 'It's been a crazy time'
Alaska’s history of infectious disease gives it a few strengths