Passengers said it was somewhat disorganized. Some were surprised that they did not give them any information ahead of time of what was going to happen. The mandates wants passengers entering Alaska to fill out a travel declaration form, stating whether they've been coronavirus tested before traveling.
Those who have not been tested need to be screened at the airport or move to a 14-day quarantine. For many coming to visit Alaska, that 14 days could put a halt to the vacation, but it was not much of a problem for many others. Some people are currently going out to remote areas anyways, with only a few people out there, which makes it the ideal place to self-quarantine.