Fairbanks asks citizens to use appropriate channels to report health mandate violations

(Courtesy of the City of Fairbanks)
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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) A press release sent out by the City of Fairbanks on Monday included a plea to residents to use proper channels for reporting suspected health mandate violations, leaving emergency channels open and first responders available for emergency calls.

“We’d like to remind Fairbanks that while things may slow down for many folks that are staying home, our first responders at the City of Fairbanks are just as busy as ever. Our emergency dispatchers continue answering police, fire, and medical calls for twenty agencies in the Fairbanks North Star Borough, Denali Borough, and the Delta community. Our police officers continue responding to criminal activity while dealing with staffing shortages.”

For those that would like to report a COVID-19 coronavirus mandate violation please do the following:

1.) Read the mandates so that you understand what is truly a violation. Do not assume someone is violating a rule when you are not clear on the mandate. You can read the full mandates at coronavirus.alaska.gov.

2.) If, after reading the mandates, you want to report a violation, please email all of the details to investigations@alaska.gov.

Find more information about how to keep yourself and your family healthy at coronavirus.alaska.gov.

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