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Hawaii Will Be The Last State To Remove Indoor Mask Requirement On March 26

As of March 26, the state of Hawaii’s indoor mask mandate will no longer apply. The announcement was made by Hawaii governor David Ige at a news conference on Tuesday, The new rules while go into effect from March 25th 11:59 p.m (Hawaii Standard Time), which is the same date and time when the state’s …

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Hawaii Will Require Tourists To Have A Booster For Entry

Updates to Hawaii’s entry requirements will mean that arrivals will need a Covid booster to be considered fully vaccinated and skip the quarantine requirements for entry. It’s been a year since the Covid vaccine roll out, and governments are grappling with what the term ‘fully vaccinated’ truly means. Hawaii Governor David Ige announced earlier this …

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Hawaii Lifting Statewide Restrictions: What Travelers Need To Know

It was announced by officials in Hawaii this week that the state will remove most Covid-related restrictions by December 1st. Hawaii Governor David Ige joined county mayors earlier this week to discuss a number of the state’s travel health protocols, including the Safe Travel program, capacity limits, masking and more. All Protocols Will Be Issued …

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Hawaii Announces New Entry Requirements For International Visitors

Officials in Hawaii released updates on the state’s entry requirements for international visitors that will go into effect from next week. The easing of restrictions for some indoor and outdoor activities was also announced.  On November 8, the U.S. will reopen non-essential travel to fully vaccinated international visitors. This means that international arrivals will have …

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