​Information on Community Testing Sites

​Drive-up Testing on Berth 3 offers testing for:
​*Anyone showing any symptoms of COVID-19; 
*Asymptomatic individuals who meet one of the following criteria: those with health conditions; age 65 or older; *health care workers; care providers; or first responders;  
*Those who seek testing related to travel; or are using a state-issued 7-14 day follow up test voucher;  
*Travelers arriving from means other than commercial airlines at the airport

​The Airport Traveler Testing Site:
​is located adjacent to the airport terminal building. After deplaning, interstate and intrastate travelers will go through the screening process near the baggage claim area, and if a COVID-19 test is needed, will proceed to the testing tent immediately outside of the exit door by baggage claim.

Testing Sites - Berth 3
Testing Sites - Airport

Ketchikan Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Overview



The Ketchikan EOC has been activated to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic in Ketchikan under the National Incident Management System (NIMS) for managing emergency response activities.  The EOC operates under the Incident Command System (ICS) and includes a coordinated multi-agency response with members from local municipal governments, health care providers, and other local, state and federal agencies.

The EOC meetings are held virtually during the COVID-19 emergency.  A weekly Situation Report is published by the EOC, as well as a weekly media release and additional releases as emerging needs arise.  EOC media releases and situation reports are provided in the table below. Additional EOC records are available to the public upon request.


  1. Media Releases
  2. KTN EOC Situation Reports
  3. Community Notices & Services
  4. Business and Economic Recovery
  5. COVID-19 Resources