Planning a trip to Alaska? COVID is still with us, and you can travel responsibly. These guidelines from federal, state, and local health agencies can help protect the community, allowing travelers to plan with confidence.

  • Self administered "at-home" tests are widely available. Many local pharmacies, clinics, and healthcare facilities offer low- or no-cost lab tests when needed.

  • Masks may be requested or required in certain venues or private businesses.

Travelers can help reduce the spread of illness by remaining up to date on vaccinations prior to travel. There are other optional steps to protect yourself and others. Consider wearing a mask in crowded or enclosed areas. If you were recently exposed to COVID-19, stay home to avoid traveling while sick.

International Arrivals

As of May 2023, International passengers traveling to the United States (including Alaska) no longer have to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19.

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