Returning from travel outside Alaska? Strict social distancing is required.

Everyone entering Alaska must observe “strict social distancing” for 5 days after arrival – even those who provide negative test results. This rule applies to visitors, as well as Alaskans who have traveled outside for 72 hours or more.

WHILE STRICT SOCIAL DISTANCING:

– You may be in an outdoor public place but must remain six feet away from anyone not in your household, and you must wear a face covering

– You may arrange curbside shopping and have food delivered – but cannot enter restaurants, bars, gyms, community centers, sporting facilities, office buildings, schools or daycares

– You may not participate in group activities, including sports events/practices, weddings, funerals or other gatherings

For more information about Alaska’s COVID-19 travel precautions, visit www.AlaskaSafeTravels.com.

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