Guidance for living with COVID-19 in the Yukon

Stay home

The pandemic has changed things but today is a new day.

Vaccination rates continue to rise both in the Yukon and nationally. The transition to reopen society and the economy is underway.

This transition will happen at different speeds for different people. It’s important to consider others as we move forward.

As we continue our efforts to manage and contain COVID-19, we’ll see new cases. We’ll manage them as we do other communicable diseases.

Learn the simple actions you can take.

Get vaccinated

The most important step you can take to protect yourself, your social group and your community is to get vaccinated.

 

Stay home when you're sick
  • Stay home if you’re feeling sick, even if your symptoms are mild.
  • Set tested if needed. To help you determine whether you should get tested you can:
  • Self-isolate while you wait for test results.
Keep hands clean

 

Be respectful of others
  • Check in about best practices when you gather.
  • Be mindful of others’ comfort levels.
Keep indoor air healthy
Travel responsibly
  • Travel responsibly and respectfully. Keep yourself informed about local COVID-19 circumstances and guidelines.
  • For travel within the Yukon, follow any travel advisories issued by First Nations governments, municipalities or communities.
Get mental health support

If you're worried, anxious or stressed seek support by:

  • talking to those around you;
  • contacting a counsellor; or
  • speaking with your health care provider.

Get more information on mental health and wellness supports in the Yukon.

The most important step you can take to protect yourself, your social group and your community is to get vaccinated.

 

  • Stay home if you’re feeling sick, even if your symptoms are mild.
  • Set tested if needed. To help you determine whether you should get tested you can:
  • Self-isolate while you wait for test results.

 

  • Check in about best practices when you gather.
  • Be mindful of others’ comfort levels.

  • Travel responsibly and respectfully. Keep yourself informed about local COVID-19 circumstances and guidelines.
  • For travel within the Yukon, follow any travel advisories issued by First Nations governments, municipalities or communities.

If you're worried, anxious or stressed seek support by:

  • talking to those around you;
  • contacting a counsellor; or
  • speaking with your health care provider.

Get more information on mental health and wellness supports in the Yukon.