3D print of a spike protein of SARS-CoV-2—also known as 2019-nCoV, the virus that causes COVID-19—in front of a 3D print of a SARS-CoV-2 virus particle. The spike protein (foreground) enables the virus to enter and infect human cells. On the virus model, the virus surface (blue) is covered with spike proteins (red) that enable the virus to enter and infect human cells. For more information, visit the NIH 3D Print Exchange at 3dprint.nih.gov. (National Institutes of Health photo)

Ketchikan now has 11 total coronavirus infections. That’s after authorities announced one new case Tuesday evening and two new cases Wednesday afternoon.

The case announced Tuesday night is travel-related, according to Ketchikan emergency operations center spokesperson Kacie Paxton.

The other two new patients don’t have a travel history — but both of those had been in contact with previously known COVID-19 cases.

“These two individuals were identified through the contact investigation by Public Health, were placed into self-quarantine, and were tested for COVID-19 at the direction of Public Health,” said a statement from the emergency operations center.

Officials say all three new patients are in self-isolation at home.

Alaska’s total number of COVID-19 cases now stands at 46.