Hawai'i has announced NEW Pre-Travel Testing Protocol in order to combat COVID-19 and reduce the islands potential exposure. Governor David Ige has announced new protocols effective August 1st for travelers visiting the islands from out of state. So if you're planning on making a trip to Hawai'i or coming back home, be sure to know the new procedures.
Beginning August 1st, proof of a negative COVID test result prior to arriving in the islands in order to avoid the mandatory 14-day quarantine upon entering the state. If you're unable to provide proof of a negative test or chose not to take one then you will be required to observe the 14-day quarantine.
We've provided some links to various resources about travel to Hawai'i below. Be sure to complete your own research to stay up to date on the policies and procedures before traveling to Hawai'i. We are all eager to get back to the way things were, but we hope that you'll continue to abide by the recommendations from the CDC about social / physical distancing and wearing a mask. Stay Safe. Stay informed.
Additional Covid-19 & Hawai'i Travel Resources:
- Hawaii Department of Transportation
- Maui County Covid-19 Updates
- State of Hawaii Covid-19 Information
- Travel Information & Interisland Travel Forms
Do you have any resources we can add to the list? Let us know!