Hawaii Travel Update: All Travel

Hawai‘i Inter-County Travel Restrictions to be Lifted June 15; All Travel Restrictions to End at 70% Vaccination Rate

The state hopes to be at 55% vaccination rate by mid-June

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Restrictions on Inter-County Travel to be Lifted June 15
* On Tuesday, June 15, the state of Hawaii will end restrictions on inter-county travel. “There will be no testing and no quarantine requirements for inter-county travel,” said Gov. Ige. All inter-island travel restrictions will be dropped.
* Also beginning on June 15, there will be a quarantine exemption for incoming travelers to the state who are verified to have been vaccinated in Hawaiʻi.

At 60% Vaccination Rate
* When the state’s fully vaccinated rate reaches 60%, the state will accept proof of vaccination through the Safe Travels program, for domestic travel including trans-Pacific travelers vaccinated in the US and traveling from the continental US, Alaska and the US territories to Hawaiʻi.

At 70% Vaccination Rate, Safe Travels Ends
* When the state’s fully vaccinated rate reaches 70%, ALL restrictions on travel will be lifted and the Safe Travels program will end. Gov. Ige said that at this benchmark, he plans to drop the indoor mask mandate as well.



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