These new guidelines will go into effect today, October 16th per Mayor Victorino.

Social Gatherings:

Indoor social gatherings of up to 10 persons are permitted/Outdoor social gatherings of up to 25 persons are permitted (gatherings of members of a single residential or family unit sharing the same address remain unrestricted).

Restaurants, Bars & Gyms:

Unvaccinated patrons allowed indoors must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result taken 48 hours of entry into restaurants, bars and gyms.

Individuals who previously tested positive for COVID-19 may be allowed entry into bars, restaurants and gyms by providing: 

A Positive COVID-19 test result dated more than 90 days and no less than 11 days from date or departure date to Hawaii OR a Medical Provider Letter dated at least 10 days after the collection date of positive result and no earlier than 14 days before arrival to Hawaii. Letter must be signed by your medical provider and clearly written to indicate you are currently symptom free, or your symptoms have resolved, or you are cleared to travel

An establishment that is not in compliance with the public health emergency rules may be subject to immediate closure for a 24 hour period effected by MPD and/or Liquor Control Officers.

Restaurants and bars must close no later than midnight.

Limit groups within a bar to a maximum of 10 individuals per group.

Organized Sports:

Spectators allowed at indoor organized sports (groups limited to 10 persons).

Spectators allowed at outdoor organized sports (groups limited to 25 persons).

All participants, coaches, instructors, staff, and spectators must wear face covering at all times.

Covid Mandates Update

Coming Soon!

Great News about Covid Mandates!!!!

Mayor Victorino announced that the Covid mandates will be relaxed some soon.  He would not give any hints as to what they will begin to allow.  Look to our blog and either this coming Wednesday or Thursday we should have an update for you.

Transient Accommodation Tax


Due to Governor Ige taking away Maui’s portion of the Transient Accommodation Tax, “TAT” Maui County had no option but to start charging a Maui TAT of three percent (3%). Please see the following link so you are up-to-date:


Covid Surge Causes New Rules

Making sure all are aware of the new rules while the Covid Surge continues:

Masks required when entering the gym, family lounge, lobby, elevator, and parking garages by State and County emergency orders.

Social gathering indoors is now max 10 people

Social gatherings outdoors limited to 25 people.

For managed by events planning 50 people.c

Restaurants are now 50% of max capacity.

CDC Mask Update For Teachers And Students

Posted via The Maui News, the CDC has updated their guidelines for teachers and students returning to school. The CDC advises those who are vaccinated do not need to wear a mask inside. 

The CDC says masks outside are not needed for those unvaccinated unless in a large crowd for an extended period of time. Schools are encouraged to space students out into smaller groups and continue hand washing and ventilation.

Depending on state mandates, some schools will continue to require masks come fall. Should more changes occur, we will keep you updated.