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Saint Paul Island, ALASKA

COVID-19 Dashboard

Welcome to the official COVID-19 Dashboard for Saint Paul Island, Alaska. This site is your local resource to help you become EDUCATED and READY as we begin to SAFELY REOPEN our community. 

      5 Active Cases

165Confirmed Cases

309 Residents Fully Vaccinated

86%  Fully Vaccinated

Progress towards
95% Vaccinated Target

1065 Residents Tested in ANC

610 Tests Performed in SNP

Guide To COVID-19 Community Mitigation/ Protective Measures

 In order to keep our community safe and prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Saint Paul City Council passed an emergency ordinance that outlines community mitigation/protective measures (pdf)

Click to expand the sections below to see a summary of these mitigation/protective measures. 

 All individuals, regardless of age, traveling to Saint Paul Island must submit a negative COVID-19 test result to the City within 48 hours prior to travel. If using an over-the-counter (OTC) home test for pre travel testing, please test and send reesults 24 hours prior to travel. 

 All individuals, regardless of age, traveling to Saint Paul Island must submit a negative COVID-19 test result to the City within 48 hours prior to travel. If using an over-the-counter (OTC) home test for pre travel testing, please test and send results 24 hours prior to travel. 

 All individuals, regardless of vaccination status, are required to quarantine for four (4) days upon arrival; however, individuals may go to the store, post office and other businesses for essential services wearing recommended masks (see Use of Anĝiliisix̂ below) while in these locations. Individuals shall also follow Post-Travel Testing requirements (below). 

Individuals residing within the same household shall quarantine for four (4) days upon arrival of the traveling individual and are subject to the same post-travel testing, regardless of vaccination status. 

 All individuals, regardless of age and vaccination status, must submit a negative COVID-19 test result to the City within 24 hours after arrival on Saint Paul Island and then again on day four. 

Reminder that the City does accept over-the-counter and home antigen tests. Send a picture of your results to snpcovid19@stpaulak.com. 

 Anĝiliisix̂ are required at the following locations: 

  • Saint Paul Health Center 
  • Aleut Community Store
  • City Hall for public/visitors 
  • Saint Paul Post Office 
  • Saint Paul Airport Facility 

Wearing an anĝiliisix̂, double masking, KN95 or N95 masks in all public indoor settings is recommended. Cloth masks are not recommended. 

 Community/Workforce Protection Plans are required for critical infrastructure and essential workers. These are required to be submitted to, or have on file at the City and approved prior to travel. If your agency or business has not submitted a Community/Workforce Protection Plan, please email snpcovid19@stpaulak.com or fax to 1-866-570-9745. 

 who will be in contact with residents and/ or other essential and critical infrastructure workers that are not able to isolate in their workplace within the four (4) day quarantine period, may work under a Community/ Workforce Protection Plan. These individuals shall be subject to daily continuous screening testing using an antigen-based test for four (4) days after arrival on Saint Paul Island. Daily test results must be reported to the City. 

COVID-19 testing is readily available on Saint Paul Island. Free COVID-19 tests kits are available from the City for traveling residents and essential workers that are testing daily. To request a home test kit, email snpcovid19@stpaulak.com or call 907-546-3130. 

The City offers drive-up testing by appointment. 

Testing schedule:
Mon-Fri: 8 am–5 pm
Sat-Sun: 1 pm-4 pm 

Step 1. Contact Public Safety at 907-546-3130 to schedule an appointment. 

Step 2. Pre-register at: https://www.simplereport.gov/register/2JPT7 

Step 3. Testing: Park by the Public Safety entrance at City Hall to get tested. 

Keeping Saint Paul Island Informed

NIXLE: Text and/or Email Alerts

The City of Saint Paul is using NIXLE to provide alerts via text or email. Click to sign up for NIXLE.

FACEBOOK: Updates & Alerts

The City of Saint Paul is using Facebook to post alerts, updates and a schedule of radio sessions.

RADIO: Updates and Q&A

The City of Saint Paul will provide regular updates on KUHB 91.9. Follow our Facebook page for information on upcoming radio updates.

City Council Meetings

City Council meetings will continue to be broadcast on KUHB 91.9 and will contain updates and information related to the City's response to COVID-19.

Protect Yourself and Others

Together we can slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep our loved ones safe.

Practice Good Hygiene

Chakin x̂ulada (Wash your hands) for at least 20 seconds.

Practice good hygiene.

Cover any cough or sneeze.

Sigaquudaan adĝalagada (Don't touch your face) with unwashed hands.

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Practice Physical Distancing

Stay home when possible.

When in public keep a minimum of six feet away from others at all times.

Angiliisix̂ chuda (Wear a breath catcher in Public)

Wear an Anĝiliisix̂ (breath catcher/cloth face covering) to help protect others in case you’re infected but don’t have symptoms.

Children under 2, or anyone who has trouble breathing should NOT wear cloth face coverings.

Disinfect high touch surfaces

High touch surfaces include: Tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, sinks, etc.

Follow instructions on the label to ensure effective and safe use.

Get Tested If You Are Sick

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, isolate yourself from others and call a provider to get tested.

If you require medical attention, call before going in.

Protecting Our Loved Ones

Our actions and continued caution can help to protect our loved ones.

If you are a family member or caregiver of a person over age 65 or at higher risk, here are four steps to help protect your loved one during this time.

What to do If You Are Sick

Call 911 if you are having a medical emergency

If you have flu-like illness or respiratory symptoms, call your medical provider or the Saint Paul Health Center, 907-546-8300, so that you can be evaluated and receive recommendations about next steps.

You may be tested if you have:

ANY of the following symptoms:

  • cough or shortness of breath
  • fever
  • chills
  • repeated shaking with chills
  • muscle pain
  • headache
  • sore throat
  • new loss of taste or smell
  • any other cold, flu or allergy like symptoms

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, isolate yourself from others and call 907-546-8300

Saint Paul Health Center

1000 Polovina Turnpike
Saint Paul, AK 99660

907-546-8300

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8:00am to 5:00pm

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Saint Paul Island Resources

  • Aleut Community Store:
    Call 907-546-2209 for grocery delivery if you are on quarantine.
  • Saint Paul Health Center:
    1000 Polovina Turnpike
    Saint Paul, AK 99660
    907-546-8300
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    Monday to Friday
    8:00am to 5:00pm

  •  Southcentral Foundation:
    SCF manages the Saint Paul Health Center as a Federally Qualified Health Center.

State and Federal Resources

COVID-19 Related Questions? Comments?

Please, fill out this contact form or email snpcovid19@stpaulak.com.