Here are our updates on the latest travel mandate from the State of Alaska. The state is doing this to help with tracking of the virus. They have been very easy to work with and helpful with all the changes. You will need to log into the travel portal site below and upload your results to the site. You will no longer need the travel declaration form because most of the same information is required on the travel portal. We have a few of the answers for the questions listed below to help you through this process.
The self-quarantine address is:
4256 Halibut Point Road
Sitka, AK 99835
You will then get to the self-isolation plan which is in place for those that are in Alaska for more than 7 days. You will want to answer the following to the questions:
- Personal vehicle
Travel Update | August 11, 2020
Alaska’s new travel protocols take effect Tuesday, Aug. 11. All non-residents must arrive with a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to departure or proof of a pending test result from a test taken within 72 hours prior to departure. This new strategy will allow us to focus resources on travel within the state. More details of the plan will be posted as information becomes available.
- Test 72 hours before departure, and upload negative results into the Alaska Travel Portal: www.alaska.covidsecureapp.com.
- If tested 72 hours before departure and awaiting results, travelers will need to upload proof of test taken into the Alaska Travel Portal and quarantine while waiting.
- If a non-resident arrives without a pre-test, testing is available for $250 per test. The traveler will be required to quarantine while waiting on results.
- Testing remains available at no cost to Alaska residents.
- 14-day quarantine is still available to Alaska residents.
- Alaska residents traveling back to home communities in rural Alaska will now have the option of testing at the airport sites, to prevent bringing the virus into our small communities.
Read the detailed requirements and information at Health Mandates Information