Maui in the past week (Wednesday to Wednesday) had 403 new Covid cases. Of those cases, 390 were on Maui, 6 on Molokai, and 7 on Lanai. You can read the breakdown of cases by island via the Maui News here.
The State mask mandate will end on March 25. Also ending on March 25, the emergency rules that include testing for domestic travelers. International travelers will still need to provide proof of a vaccination or a negative test.
The Governor has stated, should numbers begin to surge necessary protocols will be re-instated. Information provided via the Maui News.
Mayor Victorino announced individuals must have a booster new to be considered fully vaccinated. This will take effect January 24th.
Requirements to be considered vaccinated include:
More than two weeks have passed since receiving their second dose in a two-dose vaccination series and have received a booster, if eligible. Or more than two weeks after they have received a single-dose vaccine, and have received a booster, if eligible.
Eligible for vaccination booster means that 6 months have passed since receipt of your second dose of Moderna or Pfizer or 2 months have passed since receipt of your initial single-dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
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.
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.