COVID-19 public update September 24, 2020

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If you think you're sick

Do not go to the hospital or health centre. Phone 811.

Testing in Yukon

Confirmed cases: 15
Recovered: 15
Negative tests: 3,164
Pending results: 80
Total tested: 3,259

Emergency status

A state of emergency was declared on March 27, 2020. It was extended on September 9.

Health care

Travel and borders

  • Yukoners are reminded that if you choose to go past the Canadian border station at Fraser or Beaver Creek, you must be aware of the federal rules for re-entering Canada at the time of your departure.
  • Canada and the U.S. have extended border closures to non-essential travel until September 21.
  • Stricter rules and additional entry conditions will be imposed on travellers transiting through Canada to Alaska:
  • Residents of BC, Nunavut, NWT and Yukon are allowed to travel in those jurisdictions without the need to self-isolate
    for 14 days when they enter into Yukon with some restrictions.
  • Individuals entering Yukon’s airports must wear a mask 

Businesses and financial relief

Enforcement and other guidelines

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