ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — An Anchorage home for older adults has reopened its doors to family members and others eager to see the residents after a lockdown of 11 months.
Anchorage Pioneer Home welcomed back visitors beginning Wednesday. The largest state-run assisted living facility closed to outsiders in March 2020 to protect its vulnerable residents from the coronavirus.
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