Starting May 11th, Governor Ige announced that those individuals wishing to travel interisland may do so if they are fully vaccinated and by pass pre-travel testing. Those vaccinated may do so on the 15th day after their final vaccination dose. Hawaii will accept only the CDC Covid-19 vaccination record or a print out from the Vaccination Administration Management System. No state issued cards will be accepted.
Any traveler over the age of 5, but not eligible for a vaccine, will have to participate in the pre-travel testing.
To view the full conference, please visit Governor Ige’s Facebook page.
Today is the deadline, Friday, April 9th, to appeal your 2021 real property tax assessment or classification. There are a lot of questions concerning appeals this year due to recent changes to the Maui County Code related to real property taxes. Call us with your questions. Bob’s number is 808-283-9456
Notice it appears Maui may begin requiring a secondary COVID-19 rapid test upon arrival or a ten day quarantine. Stay tunned for when notification goes out. The Maui Mayor is waiting for approval from the Governor. Then there will be a notice giving time to everyone. We will blog it when we know.
Below is the updated list of approved pre-travel testing partners for the Covid-19 test. Those with a pre-travel 72 hour negative test do not have to quarantine for 14 days. Please always check with your local sources to confirm accuracy. Mahalo!
Hawaii Travel Testing Partners:
City Health Urgent Care
America Family Care
American Samoa Department of Health
Clarity Lab Solutions
Costco with Azova at home testing
Go Health Urgent Care
UC San Diego Health
University of Washington Medicine
West Pac Labs
Inter-county Travel Approved Testing Maui:
National Kidney Foundation Of Hawaii’s Consortium
S&G Labs Hawaii LLC