Alaska revises coronavirus quarantine requirements for out-of-state travelers
For anyone who’s hoping to have an adventure in The Last Frontier this summer, good news: Alaska recently did away with its coronavirus-prompted 14-day quarantine requirement for out-out-state travelers — albeit under certain circumstances.
“Interstate and international travelers are welcome to come to Alaska,” reads a statement from the office of Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy.
However, other restrictions have taken the place of the 14-day quarantine. Starting June 5, any travelers to the state must be tested “within 72 hours to five days” before heading to Alaska, and the test must show the traveler is negative for COVID-19 before they can enter the state. (Travelers are required to show proof of a negative test upon arrival in Alaska.)
However, travelers can also be tested upon arrival if they do not do so …continued .
[Source: Fox News]