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The intercounty vaccination travel program for those who were fully vaccinated in Hawaii begins May 11, 2021. For instructions on how to upload your proof of vaccination for interisland travel, click here. Note: Fully vaccinated means it has been two weeks or more since you received your second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines Continue Reading

What if I need to care for someone else?

Posted on May 21, 2020 in

Please wait until your 10-day traveler quarantine period is over to leave your home to care for a loved one. If you are caring for someone within your home, you can do so provided you are monitoring your own health and not leaving the home for appointments and other errands. Please make other arrangements such Continue Reading

No. Please consult with the prescribing physician on an alternative. Did this answer your question?Yes   NoAdditional CommentsSend Feedback

How do I get food and other essentials?

Posted on May 21, 2020 in

Arrange for a friend or relative to drop off essentials or make use of a contactless delivery service. A list of delivery services operating in Hawaii can be found here. Did this answer your question?Yes   NoAdditional CommentsSend Feedback

Call 9-1-1 for medical emergencies. Let the operator know your travel history and that you are in travel quarantine. For non-urgent medical care, contact your doctor to see if you can arrange a telehealth alternative or if you can postpone regular appointments until after your quarantine ends. Did this answer your question?Yes   NoAdditional CommentsSend Continue Reading

How do I self-quarantine?

Posted on May 21, 2020 in

You must go directly from the airport to your self-identified quarantine location. Do not leave to get food or other supplies and do not have visitors over. Monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19 daily. The full self-quarantine instructions can be found here. Did this answer your question?Yes   NoAdditional CommentsSend Feedback

Do all travelers have to self-quarantine?

Posted on May 21, 2020 in

Travelers entering the State must self-quarantine unless they meet the criteria below: Persons arriving in the State on recreational boats that have been at sea for at least 14 days do not have to self-quarantine if no one on the boat is ill or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. Persons traveling to the State to perform critical Continue Reading