State of Alaska
Information, health mandates, and advisories for anyone traveling to Alaska from the lower 48 and international destinations.
Submit a Travel Declaration and Self-Isolation Plan Through the Portal.
Arrive with proof of a qualifying negative COVID-19 test.
Follow the work plan that your employer filed with the State of Alaska.
Purchase a COVID-19 test for $250 when you arrive in Alaska, and self-quarantine at your expense until results arrive.
Accepted proof of Alaska residency for testing at airport: Alaska driver’s license or state issued ID card. Federally-recognized Alaska tribal identification card. Active duty military ID card or active duty dependent ID card. Employment verification letter on employer letterhead or school verification letter for in-person schooling.
Receive a COVID-19 test for no cost when you arrive in Alaska, and self-quarantine at your expense until results arrive.
Self-quarantine at your expense for either 14 days or the duration of your trip whichever is shorter.
Get tested and self-isolate if you get sick or develop COVID-19 symptoms.
Get a second COVID-19 test 7-14 days after you arrive in Alaska.
Wash your hands frequently and wipe down high touch surfaces.
Practice social distancing by staying at least 6 feet away from others.
Wear a face covering while indoors and whenever social distancing is challenging.
Keep your interactions with others limited while you travel. Keep track of your interactions and the places that you visit.
Check other local, borough, or state restrictions.
Information from the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services.
Information from the Alaska Travel Industry Association
Answers to frequently asked questions from the State of Alaska on the COVID-19 outbreak and health mandates.
Office of Governor Mike Dunleavy
Contact the Governor’s Office
Department of Health and Social Services
Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management