Information current

June 22, 2021

Practise the Safe 6 and wear a mask. For medical questions or if you feel ill phone 811, or launch the COVID-19 self-assessment tool.

For non-medical questions, contact the COVID-19 infoline: email covid19info@yukon.ca or phone 1-877-374-0425.

Get a visitor decal for your vehicle during COVID-19

Visitor decal COVID-19

As of July 20, 2020, a person with an out-of-province licence plate can get a set of decals to display on their vehicle, indicating that they are no longer required to self-isolate. One non-reusable sticker goes on the driver's side of the windshield, and the other will be displayed at the back of the vehicle, preferably near the license plate.

Who can get a decal

Decals will be issued to: 

  • people who are not required to self-isolate because they:
    • are a critical service worker;
    • have been fully vaccinated; or
    • are a resident of the Yukon-BC border areas.
  • non-Yukoners who've completed their mandatory 14-day self-isolation
  • Yukon residents who have not yet changed their license plates over; and
  • Alaskan residents receiving essential services in Yukon.

If you have a commercial vehicle with dual registration (a Yukon license plate and 1 from another jurisdiction), you can get a decal for your vehicle.

Who can not get a decal

Decals will not be issued to: 

  • travellers transiting through Yukon; or
  • anyone who is required to self-isolate  who has not completed their mandatory 14-day self-isolation. 
Where to get a decal for your vehicle

Border check stations

People who are not required to self-isolate can request a decal at a CEMA border check station: 

  1. Watson Lake weigh station
  2. Yukon-British Columbia border at Junction 37

Whitehorse 

Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Emergency Measures Office
60 Norseman Road
867-667-5220

Yukon communities 

Decals are available for pickup during business hours from the Department of Environment or Compliance Monitoring and Inspections offices in the following communities: 

  • Carmacks
  • Dawson
  • Faro
  • Haines Junction
  • Mayo
  • Old Crow
  • Ross River
  • Teslin
  • Watson Lake
If you see a vehicle with non-Yukon plates

Do not harass any vehicles with out-of-territory plates. Having a visitor decal is optional. You may see out-of-territory license plates for several reasons, such as:

  • workers delivering critical services;
  • travellers transiting to another jurisdiction;
  • travellers who arrived before border restrictions were put in place;
  • travellers who've fulfilled self-isolation requirements;
  • Yukon residents who have not yet changed their licence plates over; or
  • people who are not required to self-isolate because they have been fully vaccinated. 

Decals will be issued to: 

  • people who are not required to self-isolate because they:
    • are a critical service worker;
    • have been fully vaccinated; or
    • are a resident of the Yukon-BC border areas.
  • non-Yukoners who've completed their mandatory 14-day self-isolation
  • Yukon residents who have not yet changed their license plates over; and
  • Alaskan residents receiving essential services in Yukon.

If you have a commercial vehicle with dual registration (a Yukon license plate and 1 from another jurisdiction), you can get a decal for your vehicle.

Decals will not be issued to: 

  • travellers transiting through Yukon; or
  • anyone who is required to self-isolate  who has not completed their mandatory 14-day self-isolation. 

Border check stations

People who are not required to self-isolate can request a decal at a CEMA border check station: 

  1. Watson Lake weigh station
  2. Yukon-British Columbia border at Junction 37

Whitehorse 

Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Emergency Measures Office
60 Norseman Road
867-667-5220

Yukon communities 

Decals are available for pickup during business hours from the Department of Environment or Compliance Monitoring and Inspections offices in the following communities: 

  • Carmacks
  • Dawson
  • Faro
  • Haines Junction
  • Mayo
  • Old Crow
  • Ross River
  • Teslin
  • Watson Lake

Do not harass any vehicles with out-of-territory plates. Having a visitor decal is optional. You may see out-of-territory license plates for several reasons, such as:

  • workers delivering critical services;
  • travellers transiting to another jurisdiction;
  • travellers who arrived before border restrictions were put in place;
  • travellers who've fulfilled self-isolation requirements;
  • Yukon residents who have not yet changed their licence plates over; or
  • people who are not required to self-isolate because they have been fully vaccinated. 

Contact: 

If you're concerned about a person not self-isolating or an out-of-territory vehicle, contact  enforcement by reporting online or phoning 867-393-6210.