August 11, 2020 by Austin McDaniel What has changed in the August 11th travel update? The major change is that free testing at the airport is only available for Alaska residents. Non-residents need to arrive with proof of a negative test taken within 72 hour or proof of a test taken within 72 hours with results pending. If you have proof of a negative result you will still need to follow strict social distancing requirements. If you are waiting for results you will need to self-quarantine until your result is returned and then follow strict social distancing for 14 days or until a second negative test is taken and received at 7-14 days after arrival.Alaskans testing at the airport will need to self-quarantine until results are returned and then follow strict social distancing for 14 days or until a second test is taken and negative results received at 7-14 days after arrival.The State of Alaska is rolling out the Alaska Travel Portal (www.alaska.covidsecureapp.com) where every traveler into Alaska will complete the Travel Declaration Form and a Self-Isolation Plan.