Updated 2-14-2021

Health Advisory for International and Interstate Travelers arriving in Ketchikan from outside Alaska:

Effective Sunday, February 14, anyone entering Alaska from another state or country should submit a travel declaration through the Alaska Traveler Portal

Any person currently positive with COVID-19 cannot travel to Alaska until they have been released from isolation, or cleared for travel, by a medical provider or public health agency.

 

Alaska resident and non-resident travelers arriving in Alaska from outside the state should consider one of the following options, with special considerations for Alaska residents outlined in Section IV:

 a. Pre-travel molecular-based test for SARS-CoV2 with negative results: The traveler should submit negative test results from a test taken within 72 hours of departure into the Alaska Travel Portal or have proof of a negative test available to show screeners at the airport upon arrival.

 i. A second test taken between five and 14 days after arrival is also strongly recommended.

 b. Pre-travel molecular-based test for SARS-CoV2 without results: The traveler should submit proof of a test taken within 72 hours of departure into the Alaska Travel Portal or have proof available of having taken a test to show screeners at the airport.

 

For State of Alaska COVID-19 guidelines for all travelers please refer to the State of Alaska COVID-19 Health order #2 (international and interstate travel)

Current CDC Guidelines for international air travel into the US -Effective February 14, 2021

Advisories have changed for Alaskan residents as well. The information presented here is for the convenience of site users only.

Visit the State of Alaska's SAFE TRAVELS page for direct access to the state’s current travel regulations and requirements.

The Alaska Travel Industry Association provides a hotline for traveler questions. Visit their website for details and additional traveler information.