Hawaii to Lift Gathering Limits And Social Distancing Mandates on December 1

Starting Dec. 1 Hawaiians and tourists will not be affected by capacity restrictions at bars, restaurants, and gyms, announced the state’s governor Tuesday. 

On Monday, Gov. Ige announced plans to loosen some statewide COVID-19 restrictions on the next state of emergency extension, which must be enacted before Nov. 30.

“We recognize we need to relax restrictions,” Ige said during an interview on the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s “Spotlight Hawaii” on Monday.

According to the governor, some of the measures that have proven to be effective in the fight against COVID-19 will remain unchanged.

“This includes Hawaii’s Safe Travels program, the mandatory indoor mask mandate statewide, the requirement for vaccination or

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