Information current

September 29, 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.

Travel to Yukon communities guidelines: COVID-19

Follow these guidelines if you're thinking about travelling to Yukon communities.

Contact: 

If you have questions to do with the pandemic situation in Yukon, phone the COVID-19 InfoLine 877-374-0425 between 7:30 a.m. and 8 p.m., 7 days a week. You can also email covid19info@gov.yk.ca which is staffed from Mondays to Fridays.

Travel advisories issued by First Nations governments and communities

Several First Nations governments and communities currently have travel advisories in place. 

Find travel advisories

The following First Nations governments and communities have issued travel advisories. Read them on the Council of Yukon First Nations travel advisory page. Click on the area of Yukon you're planning to visit to see if there's a travel advisory for that traditional territory. 

  • Carcross/Tagish First Nation and South Klondike Advisory Council
  • Champagne and Aishihik First Nations and Village of Haines Junction
  • First Nation of Na-cho Nyäk Dun
  • Kluane First Nation
  • Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation and Village of Carmacks
  • Selkirk First Nation
  • Ta’an Kwäch’än Council and Kwanlin Dün First Nation
  • Trondek Hwech’in and City of Dawson
  • Village of Mayo

If there's no travel advisory 

If a First Nations government or community has not issued an advisory, travel responsibly and follow the Safe 6

How to travel responsibly to communities

If you travel to Yukon communities, make sure you:

  • follow any travel advisories issued by First Nations governments, municipalities or communities;
  • travel responsibly and respectfully; and
  • follow the Safe 6.

COVID-19 is a risk for rural and remote Yukon communities. we ask travellers to help protect the Yukoners who call these places home. Be respectful of community members’ requests when you enter a community or a business.

Travel guidance will change as the risk of COVID-19 to Yukoners changes. It will also change as we move through the reopening phases.

When we refer to "communities", this does not include Whitehorse. 

What you can do

  • Try to bring all the supplies you'll need for the duration of your travel.
  • You may shop in local stores and buy food in restaurants if they're open for business.
  • Use boat launches in and around Yukon in a respectful way.
  • Do not linger outside shops or in communities if you do not have a purpose.
  • Do not visit national parks that are currently closed to the public.
Visiting your cabin

If you live in Whitehorse and have a cabin in the communities, you can travel there for the weekend. You may also shop in local stores if they welcome people from outside their community.

Several First Nations governments and communities currently have travel advisories in place. 

Find travel advisories

The following First Nations governments and communities have issued travel advisories. Read them on the Council of Yukon First Nations travel advisory page. Click on the area of Yukon you're planning to visit to see if there's a travel advisory for that traditional territory. 

  • Carcross/Tagish First Nation and South Klondike Advisory Council
  • Champagne and Aishihik First Nations and Village of Haines Junction
  • First Nation of Na-cho Nyäk Dun
  • Kluane First Nation
  • Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation and Village of Carmacks
  • Selkirk First Nation
  • Ta’an Kwäch’än Council and Kwanlin Dün First Nation
  • Trondek Hwech’in and City of Dawson
  • Village of Mayo

If there's no travel advisory 

If a First Nations government or community has not issued an advisory, travel responsibly and follow the Safe 6

If you travel to Yukon communities, make sure you:

  • follow any travel advisories issued by First Nations governments, municipalities or communities;
  • travel responsibly and respectfully; and
  • follow the Safe 6.

COVID-19 is a risk for rural and remote Yukon communities. we ask travellers to help protect the Yukoners who call these places home. Be respectful of community members’ requests when you enter a community or a business.

Travel guidance will change as the risk of COVID-19 to Yukoners changes. It will also change as we move through the reopening phases.

When we refer to "communities", this does not include Whitehorse. 

What you can do

  • Try to bring all the supplies you'll need for the duration of your travel.
  • You may shop in local stores and buy food in restaurants if they're open for business.
  • Use boat launches in and around Yukon in a respectful way.
  • Do not linger outside shops or in communities if you do not have a purpose.
  • Do not visit national parks that are currently closed to the public.

If you live in Whitehorse and have a cabin in the communities, you can travel there for the weekend. You may also shop in local stores if they welcome people from outside their community.