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.
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!