JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — State officials have extended indefinitely prohibitions on dine-in services at restaurants and bars and closure of facilities such as gyms and theaters as they seek to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Alaska. As of Wednesday, there had been a total of 143 reported cases in the state, which includes 10 new cases announced at a late-day news conference. The state health department says about 5,000 people have been tested so far. State health Commissioner Adam Crum says the extended restrictions announced Wednesday would remain in effect until rescinded. They initially were set to expire Wednesday.