Safe Travels to end March 25

Hawaii’s Safe Travels program will end March 25, announced Gov. David Ige today.

With new daily COVID-19 cases continuing to decline statewide, Ige said at a news conference today that domestic travelers to Hawaii will no longer need to submit proof of vaccination or negative COVID test results to avoid being quarantined upon arrival.

Ige advised travelers that the current Safe Travels requirements will remain in place until the end of March 25. In addition, restrictions on international travel will remain in place for the time being.

Ige also announced that county and state employees will no longer be subject to vaccination or testing requirements after March 25.

On the other hand, Ige said that the state’s indoor mask mandate will remain in place until at least March 25, and may continue beyond that date, depending on guidance from health experts.

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