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Canada Set to Open Borders August 09

Be aware however that there are 4 very specific conditions.
1)  travellers must have received their vaccine at least 14 days before arriving at the border.
2) travellers must provide all COVID-19 related information electronically through
the ArriveCAN app or web portal.
3) Travellers must provide physical proof of completed vaccinations (paper card) at the border crossing.
4) All travellers 18 years and older, must present a current passport.

Fully vaccinated travellers are not required to take a new COVID-19 test prior to arrival at the border, however be aware that border agents may randomly select travellers for testing.

NOTE:  Canadians are not yet permitted to enter Alaska by road.


BC Ferries Restricts Service

BC Ferries To Allow Essential Travel Only
Following the Travel Restriction Order M1722 issued by the Province of British Columbia on April 23, 2021, BC Ferries is denying travel to customers seeking to travel for non-essential reasons.
This includes including recreational vehicles, on routes that connect different regional zones as defined by the Order.
The following routes are affected:
- Tsawwassen - Swartz Bay
- Tsawwassen - Duke Point
- Tsawwassen - Southern Gulf Islands
- Horseshoe Bay - Departure Bay
- Comox - Powell River

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BC Ferry Covid-19 Update

BC Ferries Prohibits Non-Essential Travel

Following new provincial restrictions prohibiting non-essential travel between health regions, BC Ferries has taken action to support the new rules.

Effective immediately and through 25 May, BC Ferries will deny travel to customers travelling for non-essential reasons. 
Travellers will be asked if their travel is essential, and will be denied if that travel does not fall within the provincial exemptions.

BC Ferries supports doing everything possible to discourage non-essential travel and will rely on the appropriate jurisdictional authorities for assistance with enforcement.

Routes the BCF staff will be monitoring for non-essential travel include

  • Tsawwassen Swartz Bay
  • Tsawwassen Duke Point
  • Tsawwassen Southern Gulf Islands
  • Horseshoe Bay Departure Bay
  • Comox Powell River
  • Port Hardy Prince Rupert

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COVID-19 Information For Alaska Ferry Travellers

The manditory State of AlaskaTraveler Declaration Form must be completed for each passenger and providedto AMHS crew at boarding. Passengers must be able to select #1(a) on the declaration form
Testing Information
The following Information pertains to testing:
If testing is not available in your location, there are FDA authorized at home tests that may be an option

Details about which test are accepted are located at https://covid19.alaska.gov/faq/


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Ferries do not travel to Anchorage or to Fairbanks - Call 1-800-686-0446 for info on a Barge from Seattle

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