June 12, 2020 by Austin McDaniel What are my choices if I want to travel into Alaska from another state or country air, land or sea? Travelers into Alaska from another state or country must must fill out the Mandatory Travel Declaration Form and choose from one of the following options: 1. Pre-Travel Test: If you choose the “pre-travel test” option, you do not need results within the 72 hours (or 5 days), you just need to have been tested in that window. If you don’t have results when you land, you will need to quarantine until you receive your results and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax them to (907) 269-7952. a. Tested within 72 hours of departure: provide your negative test results and minimize interactions until you receive a second negative test within 7-14 days of arrival.If you don’t have your results yet, you will have to quarantine until you receive them. b. Tested within 5 days of departure: test again immediately upon arrival. If you don’t have your first results yet, you will have to quarantine until you receive them. Once you receive negative results from the pre-travel test, minimize interactions until you receive an additional (third) negative test within 7-14 days of arrival. 2. No Pre-Travel Test: a. Quarantine for 14 days, or b. Test immediately upon arrival utilizing the voucher you received at your port of entry at your nearest testing site using the testing locator and quarantine until you receive negative results. Minimize interactions until you receive a second negative test within 7-14 days of arrival. 3. Critical Infrastructure Workforce: Follow your employer’s Protective Plan. 4. COVID-Recovered Asymptomatic: No test or quarantine is required if you were previously positive for COVID-19, but have recovered and can provide proof of your prior positive results at least 3 weeks prior to arrival + a provider’s note of recovery + you are asymptomatic. 5. Alaskans who travel outside the state for trips of five days or less Do not need to test in Alaska before leaving; and Do not need to pre-test in the other state before returning home. They do need to quarantine upon arrival for 14 days or until a negative test result is received in Alaska (to be followed by a second test 7-14 days after arrival).