June 5, 2020 by Austin McDaniel I have to pass through Canada to travel from one Alaskan community to another. Do I have to quarantine? If you are located in an Alaskan community but you have to drive through Canada to get to another Alaskan community on the road system, you do not have to quarantine IF: You take the most direct route; andYour interactions are limited to border and customs officials. Note: Yukon, Canada is asking that travelers who are in transit through the Yukon, either en-route to Alaska or moving south from Alaska, to: complete their transit within 24 hours;stay on the designated route through the Yukon Territory;access only those services/establishments on those routes;self-isolate within their hotel rooms if stopping overnight during their transit;not enter Yukon communities;not enter Yukon campgrounds;maintain physical distancing;call 811 if symptoms of COVID-19 are experienced. Furthermore, if you stop in Canada for any extended period of time, you will be subject to Mandate 10 requirements for quarantine upon arrival in Alaska.