It’s official: travellers from Yukon headed to the N.W.T. can now apply to skip self-isolation, as both ferries on the N.W.T.’s side of the Dempster Highway have begun their service for the year.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic over a year ago, all travellers entering the N.W.T., including Yukon travellers, have been subject to a 14-day self isolation. Later it was announced that fully vaccinated travellers can leave isolation after eight days and a negative COVID-19 test.
Then, last week, the N.W.T. government announced a relaxation of its quarantine rules for travellers from Yukon and said the rules would kick in when both Beaufort Delta ferries began operations.
The exemption process applies to travellers from
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