Information current

July 23, 2021

On August 4, 2021:

  • masks will not be mandatory in indoor public spaces;
  • Canadians entering Yukon, regardless of vaccine status, will not have to self-isolate; and
  • restaurants and bars can return to full-capacity with no physical distancing.

Read the news release.

Travel information for Yukoners abroad

Federal quarantine measures

As of March 25, 2020, the Government of Canada requires mandatory 14-day self-isolation for everyone entering Canada. This applies even if the person does not have COVID-19 symptoms.

Yukoners flying into Canada must follow federal rules for quarantine prior to travelling to their destination in Yukon. this includes a mandatory 3-night pre-paid booking at a government-authorized hotel at your own cost. Your mandatory 14-day Yukon self-isolation begins when you arrive in the territory.

Find more information on the federal quarantine laws.

Learn more about the federal order making self-isolation mandatory for people arriving in Canada.

Yukoners abroad

Upon arrival in Canada travellers entering Canada by air or by land must complete the: 

Get the latest updates about your situation

All Yukoners abroad need to sign up with the Registration of Canadians Abroad service.

Find Government of Canada’s COVID-related travel advice

Get the latest information about your destination or where you are.

Financial help for Yukoners abroad

COVID-19: Financial help for Canadians outside Canada

Travel across Canada-US border

The Canada Border Services Agency infoline provides up-to-date information, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Phone the infoline in Canada.

Toll free 1-800-461-9999

TTY (for those with hearing or speech impairments) 1-866-335-3237

Phone the infoline from outside Canada

Long distance charges apply



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