Rescinded: Emergency Ordinance 2020-14

On May 12, the City and Borough of Sitka Assembly rescinded Emergency Ordinance 2020-14, requiring all people arriving in Sitka to self-quarantine for 14 days and requiring critical workforce infrastructure businesses to submit a protection plan to the City and Borough of Sitka.

THE FOLLOWING STATE OF ALASKA TRAVEL MANDATES ARE IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:

International and Interstate Travel:
Per State of Alaska Health Mandate 10 on International and Interstate Travel, all travelers into Alaska are required to self-quarantine for 14-days and monitor for illness. This Mandate is in effect until further notice. After your arrival, you will need to fill out the mandatory State of Alaska Travel Declaration form online and identify your quarantine location (your home or lodging in Alaska). Those under quarantine cannot visit any public spaces and cannot allow visitors. If you are returning to a home where others live, other household members will not be required to quarantine with you but are expected to keep at least six feet away at all times.

For frequently asked questions on the mandates visit: covid19.alaska.gov/faq/

For more information on Health Mandate 10 visit: https://covid19.alaska.gov/health-mandates/

For the travel declaration form (online form): ready.alaska.gov/Form

Travel within Alaska:
Per State of Alaska Health Mandate 18, travel between communities located on the road system and/or the Alaska Marine Highway System is permitted for all purposes. Note: travelers may travel between the Road System and Marine Highway System communities via any normal means of transportation, including vehicle, boat, ferry, aircraft, and commercial air carrier.

For more information on Health Mandate 18 visit: https://covid19.alaska.gov/health-mandates/

Questions? Please contact the Public Information Officer at pio@cityofsitka.org or 747-1899.

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