Travel Quarantine Extended through June 5

The State of Alaska travel quarantine related to Health Mandate 10.1 has been extended through June 5 at 11:59 PM.

All people arriving in Alaska, whether resident, worker, or visitor, are required to self-quarantine for 14 days and monitor for illness. Arriving residents and workers in self-quarantine, should work from home, unless you support critical infrastructure as outlined in the Alaska Essential Services and Critical Workforce Infrastructure Order (formerly Attachment A).

Beginning at 12 a.m. on Saturday, June 6, proof of a negative result on a qualifying COVID-19 test obtained before arriving in Alaska allows anyone entering the state (residents, visitors and workers) to get started on their vacation or business right away without a 14-day quarantine. This must be a PCR test, not an antibody or serology test. If you can’t get tested before traveling, some testing will be available at airports but travelers must self-quarantine until negative test results come back. If you choose not to be tested, you’ll need to go through the full 14-day quarantine.

Further updates to Mandate 10 regarding COVID-19 testing are expected to be provided by June 5th and will be available at:

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