State of Alaska
Resources from the Office of Governor Mike Dunleavy, Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, and Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.
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Alaska has issued new Health Orders to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Beginning 11/21, the following rules apply when traveling (or returning) to communities off the Road System or Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS):
“Road System” is defined as any community connected by a road to the Seward, Parks, Klondike, Richardson, Sterling, Glenn, Haines, or Top of the World Highways.
Confirm community-specific travel requirements for your destination at: https://covid19.alaska.gov/local-borough-resources.
Travel Declaration Form for All Incoming Passengers:
All people arriving in Alaska from international locations or travel from other states, whether resident, worker or visitor, are required to selfquarantine for 14 days and monitor for illness. Arriving residents and workers in self-quarantine, should work from home, unless you support critical infrastructure. For more details please see Health Mandate 10.1 and a list of critical infrastructure.
Travelers arriving in Alaska may submit the form online or download, print, scan, sign, and email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Printed forms will also be available in airports receiving flights international and out-of-state flights.
Together we can slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep our communities safe.
Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds, practice good hygiene, and cover any cough or sneeze. Don't touch your face with unwashed hands.
When you have to leave home, keep a minimum of six feet away from others at all times.
The state does not require the use of masks by the public, however health and science experts recommended that you wear a mask in public wherever social distancing is challenging.
If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, isolate yourself from others and call a provider to get tested. If you require medical attention, call your doctor before going in.
Office of Governor Mike Dunleavy
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Department of Health and Social Services
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