The Government of Yukon has the following updates for the Yukon public on measures being taken in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 cases and recoveries
As of Wednesday, June 1, the COVID-19 case count for Yukon is 84. Eighty-two people have recovered, two people have died and there are no active cases in Yukon. We have tested 7,567 people.
Vaccination rollout progress
As of the end of the day Tuesday, May 31, there were 52,913 doses of the Moderna vaccine administered in Yukon. This number includes 27,976 first doses and 24,937 second doses.
By region, the percentage of residents who have received a first dose is: 80 per cent in North Yukon; 84 per cent in West Yukon; 56 per cent in Central Yukon; 62 per cent in Southeast Yukon; and 80 per cent in Whitehorse.
By region, the percentage of residents who have received a second dose is: 71 per cent in North Yukon; 78 per cent in West Yukon; 51 per cent in Central Yukon; 57 per cent in Southeast Yukon; and 72 per cent in Whitehorse. Visit Yukon.ca for the latest vaccination data and progress reporting.
A clinic in Whitehorse is open for residents age 18 and older to receive their first and second doses of the vaccine by appointment or by walk-in. The clinic is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; on Wednesdays it is open from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Residents age 18 and older in rural Yukon can call their local clinics for an appointment or receive a vaccination in Whitehorse.
Online vaccination bookings for youth between 12 and 17 years old are open.
To book an appointment and find more information, visit https://yukon.ca/en/this-is-our-shot.
From Wednesday, May 26, to Tuesday June 1, 37 people were tested at the COVID-19 Testing and Assessment Centre.
The COVID-19 Testing and Assessment Centre is open 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Sunday. Anyone experiencing severe symptoms and requiring immediate assistance can go to the Whitehorse General Hospital Emergency Department, a community hospital or health centre.
COVID-19 test results
Yukoners who have had a COVID-19 test can now receive their negative test results online using their Yukon health care card. Possible results include “negative” or “not ready.” Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 will be contacted promptly by Yukon Communicable Disease Control and instructed on next steps.
The Government of Yukon has received 2,129 complaints as of May 31, 2021:
- Failure to self-isolate: 1,207
- Gatherings over 10 inside or 50 outside: 54
- Failure to transit through Yukon in 24 hours or stay on their designated route: 535
- Businesses failing to comply with orders: 25
- Failure to abide by declaration form: 52
- Failure to wear a mask: 203
- Failure to physical distance: 53
In the last week, there were 4 new charges issued under the Civil Emergency Measures Act (CEMA). One was for failure to self-isolate; one was for failure to transit through the territory as required; one was for failure to provide a declaration; one was for failure to behave in a manner consistent with declaration.
There have been a total of 106 charges and 88 people charged under CEMA.
Number of total incoming travellers: 87,366
- Resident travellers: 23,005
- BC residents: 17,008
- NWT residents: 529
- Other jurisdictions: 1,308
- Non-residents staying: 17,098
- Non-residents transiting: 28,319
- Other: 99
- Decals distributed indicating out-of-territory vehicles allowed in Yukon: 451