June 4, 2020 by Austin McDaniel What should I do before I travel? Advance planning is the best way to ensure a successful trip. There are a few key steps you can take to protect yourself prior to arrival: Get a PCR test 72 hours prior to travel and provide proof of the negative test result with your Declaration Form.Read the educational materials provided with the Traveler Declaration Form https://covid19.alaska.gov/travelers/Protect your trip from unforeseen expenses by having medical and travel insurance.Limit interactions in public to avoid exposure and maximize protective precautions (such as mask wearing) prior to your planned travel.Have a plan in place if you get sick while in Alaska, if you test positive when you get here, or if you sit nearby someone who tests positive and you need to be put into a 14 day quarantine, as you will be unable to fly back if you need to be in isolation or quarantine until you are cleared by health officials. If you are asymptomatic, you will need to wait at least 10 days since your last positive result, or have two negative tests 24 hours apart, according to CDC guidelines. The duration of quarantine is 14 days since the last close contact to a confirmed case. Set up what you can beforehand such as getting your fishing license etc.