State and County Orders
Statewide Order by Governor David Ige
Governor Ige issued the fourteenth supplemental proclamation, which extends the mandatory 14-day quarantine for all travelers arriving in the state of Hawaii, as well as interisland travelers arriving to Kauai, Hawaii Island or Maui County (Maui, Molokai, Lanai), through November 30. The interisland travel quarantine does not include interisland travelers arriving to Oahu. The period of self-quarantine begins immediately upon arrival, and lasts 14 days or the duration of the person’s stay on the island, whichever is shorter.
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County of Maui
On October 26, the County of Maui updated its Public Health Emergency Rules. Click here for details.
In response to the status of the public health emergency and outbreak of COVID-19 cases on the island of Lanai, all individuals currently within Lanai are ordered to stay at their residence or place of lodging. This begins on October 27 and will remain in effect until November 11. Persons may leave their residence or place of lodging to conduct Essential Government Functions or to operate Essential Businesses.
Individuals may leave their residence or place of lodging to conduct Essential Activities, provided that such activities are conducted by only one (1) member of the household unless the presence of an additional household member(s), including elderly, minors, dependents, person with disabilities, or other vulnerable persons, is absolutely necessary.
Click here to view the reopening status of hotels/motels in Maui County.
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County of Kauai
Emergency Rule 20 adds two new terms in addition to the state's pre-travel testing program requirements.
Under Emergency Rule 14, no transient vacation rental or homestay, as defined by the Kauai County Code, may be designated as a quarantine location for a new resident more than once in any six month period. The property owner, property manager, landlord, tenant, and guest shall each be responsible for ensuring compliance with this rule.
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County of Hawaii
Short-term vacation rentals (STVR), bed and breakfast (B&B) establishments, or other paid or commercial lodging defined by the Hawaii Revised Statutes as “transient accommodations” cannot be designated as a quarantine location except for visiting essential and critical infrastructure workers, provided quarantine restrictions are followed; and individuals meeting the negative pre-travel test exception under Section 1V.B and Exhibit B Section 4(a)(2) of the Governor's fourteenth proclamation. They also cannot be designated as a quarantine place for new or "intended" residents.
Persons who have pre-arranged for long-term residential housing of 180 days or longer may utilize such housing as their designated quarantine location, provided that the full 14-day quarantine is served and not stopped early.
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City and County of Honolulu
Mayor Kirk Caldwell announced that Governor David Ige has approved the City and County of Honolulu’s Emergency Order No. 2020-29. Starting on October 22, the City will operate under Tier 2 of Honolulu's Reopening Strategy.
To report COVID-19 related violations of the order on Oahu to the Honolulu Police Department call the COVID Enforcement Hotline at 808-723-3900 or email [email protected].
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