Hawaii travel news! Vaccinated travelers don’t need a negative COVID test starting July 8th #Shorts

Surprise update from Hawaii Governor Ige! July 8th people vaccinated on mainland or Hawaii can come to Hawaii without taking a negative COVID-19 test. That is right, starting July 8th it is easier for vaccinated travelers to visit Hawaii. The state of Hawaii was planning to end the restriction at 60% fully vaccinated. They may… Continue reading Hawaii travel news! Vaccinated travelers don’t need a negative COVID test starting July 8th #Shorts

Hawaii Travel Update A New Emergency Order Announced Yesterday Makes

The Island of Oahu announced yesterday that, starting September 13th, all customers must show proof of the COVID-19 vaccine or a negative test in order to eat at restaurants, drink at bars, and visit a number of other establishments, like gyms, movie theaters, and museums. Called “Safe Access Oahu,” the new mandate comes in response… Continue reading Hawaii Travel Update A New Emergency Order Announced Yesterday Makes

Hawaii to allow fully vaccinated mainland travelers to bypass pre-travel test and quarantine rules i

Gov. David Ige announced major changes on Thursday to the state’s emergency rules on travel and social gatherings. With Hawaii expected to reach a 60% fully vaccinated rate by July 8, the governor believes restrictions currently in place may be relaxed.

Hawaii to allow vaccinated mainland travelers to bypass pre-travel test, quarantine rules on July 8

Expect even more visitors to Hawaii starting July 8 with the state allowing vaccine exceptions for mainland residents.