Starting January 3, 2022 the mandatory quarantine period for those who are not vaccinated or who do not have a negative covid test prior to travel has been reduced from 10 days to 5 days in alignment with the CDC.
Starting today January 4, 2022 travelers are not required to complete the Safe Travels questionnaire to receive a QR code.
We will keep you updated if any new changes take effect.
Fully vaccinated domestic travelers will not have to do pre-testing and quarantine starting on July 8th. If you have been vaccinated you will need to upload your vaccination card on the Safe Travels system plus bring the card with you.
Also announced for a July 8th start, restaurants may increase to 75% capacity and social gatherings can accommodate 25 people indoors and 75 people outdoors. Physical distancing requirements will still be in effect.
The governor hopes for Hawaii residents to be at a minimum of 60% vaccinated when these changes take effect. When and if the state reaches a 70% vaccinated rate the hope will be to lift all remaining restrictions.