Mandatory 14-day quarantine extended to June 2 for foreign travelers to Alaska
May 18, 2020.
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy will extend the mandatory 14-day quarantine to travelers coming from outside Alaska with the intention of controlling any coronavirus contagion. He also mentioned, during his briefing meeting last Friday, that the quarantine mandate will be reviewed every day and if there are modifications, it will be announced in the coming days.
Next Monday Dunleavy will announce his decision about extending the quarantine, after a request to lengthen it filed by the mayors of Anchorage and Juneau, who believe the governor should decide in favor of their request. On the other hand, tourism companies are waiting for the State to assess the impact of business opening in the next two weeks and are also discussing how they can operate safely.
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