#TravelNewsTueday: Hawaii Lifting Several Covid-Related Restrictions

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Howdy! We have good news for all of you fellow Hawaii-lovers. Governor David Ige announced several lifted restrictions, December 1st. Hawaii has been ranked among the highest states in the nation for COVID vaccination rates. Hawaii is also still incorporating many safeguards implemented as a part of the Safe Travels program.

Here are the latest restrictions that have been updated:

  • Capacity limits and social distancing requirements for events on Oahu would be lifted, opening the door for the return of meetings and conventions at the Hawaii Convention Century and various resort properties. 
  • All non-U. S citizens traveling directly to the islands from another country to show proof of an approved COVID-19 vaccination and a negative coronavirus test taken within three days of boarding a flight to the United States
  • As for U.S citizens flying directly to Hawaii from an international destination, they will either need to present proof of full vaccination and a negative test or supply a negative COVID-19 test result within one day of boarding their flight to the U.S. if unvaccinated.
  • Indoor activities at restaurants, bars, and social establishments must continue to require patrons still are seated with their party, keep six feet of distance between groups, do not mingle and wear masks at all times except when actively eating or drinking.

For the CDC’s most up-to-date information on COVID-19 click here.

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For more details on things to see and do in Hawaii, where to stay, it’s price points and more – contact your Travel Guru! Oh, and if you need a payment plan to fund your travel adventure – we got those too!

Namaste!

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