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 with symptoms must self-isolate at their arrival destination. Yukoners flying into Canada who do not have symptoms may travel home to the territory. Once there, they must then follow Yukon requirements and self-isolate for 14 days.
Read update from the Chief Medical Officer of Health.
Learn more about the federal order making self-isolation mandatory for people arriving in Canada.
Upon arrival in Canada travellers entering Canada by air or by land must:
- provide basic information using the traveller contact information form, available through:
- the ArriveCAN mobile app;
- an accessible web-based form; or
- a paper form
- undergo a screening by a border services officer or quarantine officer to assess symptoms
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All Yukoners abroad need to sign up with the Registration of Canadians Abroad service.
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