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SAFE TRAVELS QUARANTINE PERIOD REDUCED TO FIVE DAYS

Safe Travels Hawaii remains in place for only domestic travel from the U.S. and its Territories. The mandatory self-quarantine period for those arriving in the Hawaiian Islands who are not up to date on their vaccination or don't have a negative pre-travel test result has been reduced from 10 days to five days, effective January 3, 2022.

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COVID-19 TESTING REQUIREMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL TO THE UNITED STATES

Direct International Travel to Hawaii
All air passengers 2 years of age or older with a flight departing to the United States from a foreign country are required to show a negative COVID-19 viral test result taken no more than 1 day before travel, or documentation of having recovered from COVID-19 in the past 90 days, before they board their flight.

Air passengers will also be required to confirm in the form of an attestation that the information they present is true.

For the full list of requirements and exemptions, please review the language in the Order.

Non-Direct International Travel to Hawaii
International passengers entering the U.S. from another state or territory will be treated as domestic travelers when entering the State of Hawaii. The Safe Travels Hawaii program remains in place for domestic travelers.

Current Safe Travels Hawaii requirements for domestic travelers include:

  • Creating a Safe Travels Hawaii account on a digital device
  • Entering trip details

Currently, travelers may bypass the state’s mandatory quarantine in one of two ways:
1) Upload a vaccination document; or
2) Upload a negative NAAT test result.
The test must be taken by a Trusted Travel Partner (TTP) within 72 hours of departure for the State of Hawaii.

The State of Hawaii, in alignment with the federal government, will accept vaccines approved or authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and vaccines listed for emergency use by the World Health Organization. A list of currently accepted vaccines is posted on the CDC’s website.

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SAFE TRAVELS HAWAII

The list of approved Trusted Testing Partners is available at HawaiiCovid19.com. Trusted Testing Partners with an "+" notation must use the Standard State of Hawaii TTP Results Form.


 Read the FAQs here.

Email: [email protected]

Call Center: 1-800-GO-HAWAII

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State of Hawaii Lifts Mask Requirement for Individuals Outdoors

On May 25, Governor David Ige issued an amendment to the nineteenth emergency proclamation lifting the mask mandate for all individuals outdoors.

Mask wearing is still highly recommended outdoors, when in large groups. The indoor mask mandate remains unchanged.

The requirements of this statewide mask mandate are set forth by the emergency proclamation, which will be enforced in each county. All persons shall comply with applicable safety, hygiene and physical distancing guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as with state, county, industry and regulatory practices for safety, hygiene and physical distancing, including standards and requirements adopted and issued by Hawaii Department of Health (DOH).

An owner or operator of any business or operation shall refuse admission or service to any individual who fails to wear a face covering, unless an exception applies under this section. Businesses or operations may adopt stricter protocols or requirements related to face coverings and face shields. Businesses or operations not enforcing this rule may be subject to enforcement, including fines and mandatory closure.

For more information on county rules, read the latest guidelines (City and County of Honolulu, Maui County, Kauai County, Hawaii County).

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AlohaSafe Alert App

The Hawaii Department of Health (DOH), in partnership with aio Digital and the Hawaii Executive Collaborative (HEC), has launched AlohaSafe Alert, the free State of Hawaii officially approved exposure notification app to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

Some key features of the app include:

  • Participants may opt in/out at any time.
  • The app allows smartphones to interact and exchange anonymous codes that are frequently changed, but it does not keep track of any geo-location or GPS data.
  • Only DOH authorities will have access to data, and all data will be kept anonymous.
  • Should you test positive for COVID-19, your identity is kept private from anyone who receives an alert, and their identities are kept private from you.
  • AlohaSafe Alert is interoperable with other similar official notification apps in other states and those apps can also be used by visitors to Hawaii.

To download the free app, go to the Google Play or Apple App Store on your phone. For more information visit www.alohasafealert.org.

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