Do all travelers have to self-quarantine?Posted on May 21, 2020 in
Prior to March 26, 2022, travelers entering the State must self-quarantine for 5 days upon arrival 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 infrastructure functions (as described in the Proclamation) will be subject to self-quarantine but may break quarantine to perform their critical infrastructure functions (Note, exemptions should be sought prior to travel through https://ag.hawaii.gov/travelexemption/)
- Persons participating in the Safe Travels program that have a confirmed negative COVID-19 test from a trusted testing or travel partner taken within 72 hours of departure. See https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel/ for details and the listing of trusted testing and travel partners.
- Persons that were vaccinated in the US or US Territories may participate in the Safe Travels Vaccination Exception Program. This program requires uploaded proof of vaccination to Safe Travels site prior to departure and verification of physical vaccination card upon arrival.