Information current

June 16, 2021

Practise the Safe 6 and wear a mask. For medical questions or if you feel ill phone 811, or launch the COVID-19 self-assessment tool.

For non-medical questions, contact the COVID-19 infoline: email covid19info@yukon.ca or phone 1-877-374-0425.

Changes to COVID-19 guidelines ‒ May 25, 2021

Self-isolation options

Read the self-isolation after travel guidelines.

Vaccinated

If you've received your final dose of a Health Canada-approved vaccine at least 14 days before entering Yukon you are not required to self-isolate.

If you're able to verify your vaccine status, you can continue to go to work and into the community.

Not fully vaccinated

If you're arriving in Yukon and are not fully vaccinated, you must self-isolate for 14 days using 1 of these options.

Self-isolate alone or with your travel partners who are also self-isolating

You can self-isolate in your own home, or another suitable location. More information is available online.

Self-isolate with others who have not travelled

If you choose this option, all unvaccinated household members must self-isolate with you for 14 days from the date that you arrive. Fully vaccinated household members do not need to self-isolate. Travellers must continue to follow self-isolation requirements such as using separate bedroom, avoiding contact, enhanced hygiene practices, etc....

Unvaccinated critical workers

There are no changes and you must follow critical service guidelines.

Unvaccinated people with alternative self-isolation plans

There are no changes and you must continue to follow your plan.

Gathering sizes

Read the gathering guidelines.

Physical distancing

Physical distancing means you must keep a 2-metre (6-feet) distance from anyone who is not in your social bubble. This applies whether you're indoors or outdoors.

Social gatherings

Indoors

20 people with physical distance between people who are not in the same social bubble. People must wear masks in public places.

Outdoors

100 people with physical distancing between people who are not in the same social bubble.

Organized gatherings and events, indoors and outdoors

The number of people is limited to the venue capacity (to a maximum of 200) with physical distancing between people who are not in the same social bubble.

Weddings, indoors and outdoors

200 people with physical distancing between people who are not in the same social bubble. People must wear masks indoors.

Funerals, indoors and outdoors

200 people with physical distancing between people who are not in the same social bubble. People must wear masks indoors.

Read the funeral guidelines

Faith-based services, indoors and outdoors

200 people with physical distancing between people who are not in the same social bubble. People must wear masks indoors.

Read the faith-based service guidelines.

Camps and recreational programs

Camp and recreational programs can now have:

  • 20 participants indoors with physical distancing and mask wearing; and
  • 100 participants outdoors with physical distancing.

Social bubbles

You should limit your social bubble to 5 households. The maximum number of people in the social bubble is 20.

Read the social bubble guidelines.

Bars and restaurants

Bars and restaurants will be able to return to full capacity for table service.

Read the bars and restaurants guidelines

Gyms and recreation centres

Gyms and recreation centres can increase to 200 people with physical distancing, as long as the venue or space can accommodate this number of people.

Read the fitness studio and gym guidelines and the public recreation centre guidelines.

Download a PDF of these guideline updates.