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After having been closed to the public for over three months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Unalaska's Museum of the Aleutians has begun its limited reopening.

Starting Tuesday—and in observation of certain regulations—patrons can once again visit the museum.

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The Memorial Day remembrance service in Unalaska this year wasn't quite what it had been in the past. While the early spring weather was characteristically unpredictable, attendees stood apart from one another, donned masks, or watched from their vehicles as Mayor Vince Tutiakoff Sr. addressed the community and recognized the sacrifices made by military veterans, current service members, interned Unangax̂, and fishermen lost at sea.


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For over a month now, Unalaska's bars and restaurants have been closed to dine-in services. A statewide mandate beginning Wednesday, March 18 closed restaurants to the public, except for takeout and delivery services, and since then the service industry has been scrambling to understand and adapt to a completely new and turbulent business model.


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Due to concerns over spreading coronavirus, many public facilities in Unalaska have been closed, and events cancelled or postponed. Below is a list of closures that we know of. This list will be updated as we receive additional information.  

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RavnAir Group has started screening passengers flying to rural airports, including Dutch Harbor. 

In a statement, the airline said the screen consists of a series of questions and what they call a "visual assessment." 


Passengers are asked about their travel history, potential exposure to coronavirus, and whether or not they're experiencing any symptoms.