Ige extends 14-day quarantine for out-of-state arrivals in Hawaii through July 31

Gov. David Ige said this afternoon he has signed a new supplemental emergency proclamation that will extend the mandatory 14-day quarantine on out-of-state travelers from June 30 to July 31.

He said the proclamation will also extend the moratorium on evictions for renters because of the economic impact of the COVID-19 until the end of July as well.

The 14-day mandatory quarantine on interisland travelers will be lifted on June 16.

See tomorrow’s Tribune-Herald for a complete story.


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