Updated June 24, 2020
Anyone traveling to Hawaiʻi—both residents and visitors—from out-of-state through July 31, 2020 are subject to a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine. The mandate applies to all arrivals at state airports, including private and commercial aircrafts. Violating the order is a criminal offense and subject to a fine up to $5,000 and/or a year in jail.
Starting Aug. 1, travelers who test negative for COVID-19 before arriving in Hawaiʻi will be able to avoid the mandatory quarantine.
Starting June 16, the 14-day mandatory self-quarantine for interisland travel will be lifted. The state Department of Transportation will require thermal screening at the airport for everyone traveling between islands. It will also require travelers to fill out a new form that will ask for health-related information to help the state in tracking and responding to new COVID-19 cases. Travelers with a temperature higher than 100.4 degrees will not be allowed to board their flights.
For those traveling interisland before June 16, they are subjected to the 14-day mandatory self-quarantine.
How to Self-Quarantine:
- You must stay in your visitor lodging/home to prevent the possible spread of COVID-19 to other people. Here’s what you need to do:
- Do not use shared facilities such as pools, spas, gyms, restaurants or bars.
- Ask someone to drop of food or other necessities at your front door or order room service or use delivery services.
- Do not go to public places such as the beach, park, hiking trails, shopping centers, childcare, work, school or local attractions.
- Do not let visitors in—only people who usually live with you should be in your home.
For more information about COVID-19 in Hawaiʻi, visit here.