The Kuskokwim Corporation has closed the doors of its office in Anchorage to the public, and will distribute its annual dividend early to offset the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. Shareholders will begin receiving these dividends on April 10, according to a TKC Facebook post.
The Association of Village Council Presidents has closed its doors to the public, but will continue taking appointments with clients. AVCP says that its employees will work to ensure that services are not interrupted. The nonprofit has also suspended all employee travel.
Like other airlines, Alaska Airlines continues to grapple with passengers rebooking or canceling flights due to the widening coronavirus pandemic, including reducing its overall number of flights in April and May.
The Kuskokwim Corporation is postponing its annual shareholder meeting scheduled for June 6 in Stony River. The announcement comes as the state has ramped up its response to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.