New travel rules becoming effect this week as Hawaii gains ground in immunizations

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New travel rules are coming full circle this week as Hawaii keeps on gaining ground in COVID-19 immunizations.

Beginning Tuesday, those traveling inter-island will presently don’t have to take a pre-travel COVID test. Quarantine rules are additionally being dropped totally.

Beforehand, those traveling from Oahu to a Neighbor Island, and those traveling between Neighbor Islands had to test negative for COVID-19 or present proof of vaccination.

Rules are likewise changing for trans-Pacific travel on Tuesday.

The individuals who have been immunized in Hawaii will actually want to swear off the 10-day isolate without getting a COVID test.

Notwithstanding, the individuals who were immunized elsewhere will in any case need to step through an exam prior to traveling to Hawaii. If not, they should quarantine for 10 days.

To demonstrate your vaccination status, you need to upload a copy of your immunization card to the Safe Travels website.

The progressions were made after Gov. David Ige said Hawaii was ready to hit a 55% inoculation rate and case totals were generally slow statewide.

As of Sunday, 55% of all Hawaii inhabitants have been completely inoculated.

At the point when the state hits a 70% immunization rate, all travel restrictions will drop.

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