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On Friday, May 22nd, 2020, Phase Three of the  Reopen Alaska Responsibly Plan took effect.  CLICK ON THE STATE SEAL  TO SEE LATEST...

On Friday, May 22nd, 2020, Phase Three of the 
Reopen Alaska Responsibly Plan took effect. 





Phase Three/Four of the Reopen Alaska Responsibly Plan started on Friday, May 22, 2020. It allows all businesses to open at full capacity. In addition it says:
  • All houses of worship and religious gatherings may open
  • All libraries and museums may open
  • All recreational activities may open
  • All sport activities may open
There are three main restrictions that remain. 

1. The 14 day quarantine for interstate and international travelers coming into Alaska remains in place(Mandate 19). This will be reevaluated on June 2nd.

2. All senior centers, prisons, and institutions will continue to have restricted access.

3. Any proposed large public gatherings such as festivals and concerts need to consult first with the Division of Public Health before scheduling.

In addition, Health mandates 13, 14, 15, 17 and 18 remain in effect. 
Mandate 13 governs K-12 Public and Private Schools.
Mandate 14 is on Non-Congregate Sheltering Order.
Mandate 15 refers to elective medical & dental.
Mandate 17 deals with commercial fishing.
Mandate 18 concerns traveling around inside Alaska.

Check here for more information: https://covid19.alaska.gov/reopen/

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