Alaska visitors can skip quarantine with proof of Covid-19 test

Denali National Park.
Denali National Park. Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Jocelyn Pride

Beginning June 6, Alaska will allow visitors to forgo a 14-day quarantine, provided they can prove they have tested negative for coronavirus.

According to the state's Covid-19 traveler information website, visitors who present results showing that they tested negative for Covid-19 within 72 hours of departing for Alaska will not be required to quarantine.

Visitors may also take a Covid-19 test upon arrival and self-quarantine at their own expense until results arrive, and the website offers a link to a locator map for testing facilities. On the state's mandatory declaration form for interstate travelers, these visitors must agree to minimize their interaction with others until they receive their test results.

For those who do not submit test results or decline testing upon arrival, the mandatory 14-day quarantine remains in effect.


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