Information current

July 27, 2021

There are 2 active exposure notices.

From August 4, 2021:

  • masks will not be mandatory in indoor spaces;
  • domestic travellers entering Yukon will not have to self-isolate; and
  • restaurants and bars can return to full capacity with no physical distancing.

Handout: information for people entering Yukon

Name: Information for people entering Yukon
Health and wellness
Last updated: May 25, 2021
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This handout describes Yukon's Chief Medical Officer of Health's orders for anyone arriving in Yukon. You must you must wear a mask in all public indoor spaces.

Find all information about borders and travel.

Fully vaccinated people do not have to self-isolate

If you received your 2nd dose of a vaccine approved in Canada at least 14 full days before you enter Yukon, you’re fully vaccinated. You do not have to self-isolate when you arrive in Yukon. 

Read about self-isolation after travel.

Unvaccinated people must self-isolate

Every unvaccinated person entering Yukon has to self-isolate for 14 days.
When you self-isolate, monitor yourself for symptoms

Exceptions and exemptions

  • Exceptions to self-isolation include residents of border communities such as Atlin, Lower Post, Fireside, Jade City, Fraser, Pleasant Camp and transboundary First Nations.
  • See the self-isolation exemption and guidelines for critical workers.

If you arrive in Yukon from outside Canada

You have to follow federal quarantine rules. These are different from Yukon self-isolation rules.

If you have questions

Contact the COVID-19 infoline.


Between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday


7 days a week between 8:30 a.m. and 9 p.m. 1-877-374-0425