Alaska’s Travel Protocols 

Please note, this information can change at any time. Please refer to the links provided below to verify what we’ve provided here.

The state of Alaska has no specific entry or travel testing requirements. This page has information or links to information regarding community-specific travel policies and other information for travelers arriving primarily by air.

Beginning June 1, 2021, all travelers to Alaska will be eligible to receive a free COVID-19 vaccine at participating airports.


  • Non-vaccinated travelers should get a pretravel COVID-19 test and upload the results in the Alaska Safe Travels app either before or upon arrival. However, free testing is available at the airport upon arrival. You’ll be asked to self-quarantine until you receive your (negative) results.
    (Be sure to check with your airline so you understand their policies well in advance.)
  • Fully-vaccinated travelers do not need to test nor self-quarantine.
  • All travelers (and residents) must wear masks inside public establishments.

If you develop any COVID-19 symptoms, even mild ones, stay home/in your Juneau accommodation and call a healthcare provider or the COVID-19 Screening Hotline to arrange to test. The local COVID-19 Screening Hotline number, 586-6000, is available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

Take a look at these great TRAVELER HEALTH TIPS from the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. You’ll find a lot of your questions answered there. 

Here are some more handy links…

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