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The City of Unalaska has decided to expand its local 14-day quarantine requirement to allow individuals to recreate. The new order went into effect Wednesday.

Under the city's previous health order, anyone traveling by vessel or airplane into Unalaska was mandated to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival and monitor for symptoms of illness without leaving their quarantine location. The mandate did not allow for people to hike, go to the beach, or fish.

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KUCB's Hope McKenney hosted a live call-in show with Unalaska's Mayor Vince Tutiakoff Sr., City Manager Erin Reinders, and Melanee Tiura, director of Iliuliuk Family and Health Services (IFHS) on Friday to discuss changes in local mandates and actions being taken to protect the community from COVID-19.

The show will re-air in its entirety on Saturday, May 30, at 4 p.m. on KUCB, 89.7 FM.

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