Information current

September 30, 2020

We're in Phase 3 of lifting COVID-19 restrictions. Watch the latest video update.

For non-medical questions, email covid19info@gov.yk.ca or phone 1-877-374-0425.

For medical questions or if you feel ill, phone 811, or launch the COVID-19 self-assessment tool.

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 show their vehicle is allowed in Yukon. 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.

Contact: 

If you're concerned about a person not self-isolating or an out-of-territory vehicle, contact  enforcement by reporting online or phoning 1-877-374-0425.

 

Who can get a decal

Decals will be issued to: 

If you have a commercial vehicle with dual registration (a Yukon licence 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: 

  • residents who are part of the mobility bubble (British Columbia, Northwest Territories and Nunavut);
  • travellers transiting through Yukon; or
  • anyone who has not completed their mandatory 14-day self-isolation. 
Where to get a decal for your vehicle

Border check stations

Critical workers will be issued 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

Due to construction, current access to Norseman Road and the Emergency Measures Office is though Electra Crescent (the Transportation Museum road).

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 licence plates for several reasons, such as:

  • residents of the mobility bubble (British Columbia, Northwest Territories and Nunavut);
  • workers delivering critical or essential services;
  • travellers transiting to another jurisdiction;
  • travellers who arrived before border restrictions were put in place;
  • travellers who've fulfilled self-isolation requirements; or
  • Yukon residents who have not yet changed their licence plates over. 

Decals will be issued to: 

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

Decals will not be issued to: 

  • residents who are part of the mobility bubble (British Columbia, Northwest Territories and Nunavut);
  • travellers transiting through Yukon; or
  • anyone who has not completed their mandatory 14-day self-isolation. 

Border check stations

Critical workers will be issued 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

Due to construction, current access to Norseman Road and the Emergency Measures Office is though Electra Crescent (the Transportation Museum road).

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 licence plates for several reasons, such as:

  • residents of the mobility bubble (British Columbia, Northwest Territories and Nunavut);
  • workers delivering critical or essential services;
  • travellers transiting to another jurisdiction;
  • travellers who arrived before border restrictions were put in place;
  • travellers who've fulfilled self-isolation requirements; or
  • Yukon residents who have not yet changed their licence plates over.