Information for people entering the Yukon

Anyone can travel to the Yukon, but you need to follow public health measures while you're in the territory.

Arriving in the Yukon from within Canada

By air

As of June 20, 2022, proof of vaccination is not needed if you're flying within Canada.

By road

You do not have to show proof of vaccination to enter the Yukon by road from within Canada.

Arriving in the Yukon from outside of Canada

As of October 1, 2022, All federal border testing, quarantine, and isolation requirements ended. Learn more about entering Canada. 

Practise the Safe 6

Find out about the Safe 6.

Wearing a mask and proof of vaccination

You may choose to wear a mask when the risk of COVID-19 is high, such as:

  • in crowded spaces where you cannot keep socially distanced;
  • in places where there's poor air ventilation; and
  • when you're with people who are at risk of severe disease.

Can you be asked to wear a mask or show proof of vaccination?

Businesses, venues and organizations may ask you to:

  • wear a mask; and
  • show proof of vaccination. 

Where you have to wear a mask

You still need to wear a mask in places such as:

  • long-term care homes;
  • health facilities;
  • shelters;
  • group homes;
  • the Whitehorse Correctional Centre; and
  • hospitals.

Travelling through the Yukon to or from Alaska

Read the State of Alaska's health guidance for travellers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you get sick while travelling or working in the Yukon

If you feel unwell or have any symptoms of COVID-19 while you're in the Yukon:

  1. Self-isolate, and then:
  2. Follow the advice you're given.