Hawaii is set to lift pre-arrival testing and quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated domestic U.S. travelers as soon as the state achieves a 60% vaccination rate.
The change is part of a detailed plan to end the state’s COVID-19-related travel protocols announced by Hawaii Gov. David Ige last week.
Beginning June 15, inter-county travel will resume without restriction and fully vaccinated residents who received all their vaccine shots in Hawaii will be allowed to skip pre-travel testing and quarantine requirements when returning to the state.
Once Hawaii’s vaccination rate hits 60%, officials will lift pre-arrival testing and quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated U.S. residents who received all their vaccine
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