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Hawaii is Open Again

What are the travel restrictions & requirements in Hawaii for Spring 2022?

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As of March 26, 2022, there are no COVID-related requirements for arriving domestic passengers. Visitors arriving from domestic points of origin no longer have to show proof of vaccination or a pre-travel negative test result to bypass a mandatory five-day quarantine.

Hawaii’s indoor mask mandate also ended on March 26, 2022. Masks are still strongly recommended for people over age 65, those with compromised immune systems or who care for people at risk of severe illness, and those unvaccinated for COVID-19.

Hawaii’s entry policy for international travelers aligns with the federal rules for air travelers that went into effect on November 8, 2021, requiring international arrivals ages 18 and up to be fully vaccinated and have a negative Covid-19 test result.

Best Practices Information

The State of Hawaii offers these suggestions:

Wear a mask in public indoor spaces when you are around people whose vaccination status is unknown, practice good hygiene and when possible, maintain physical distancing.

When you leave your lodging accommodations, please take all necessary precautions prioritizing public health to ensure Hawai‘i remains a safe place for residents and visitors. Be sure your mask covers your nose and mouth.

Interacting With Others From “While in Hawaii”

Wearing a Mask or Face Covering

Masks are strongly recommended for people over age 65, with compromised immune systems, who care for people at risk of severe illness and those unvaccinated for COVID-19.

Hotels and Accommodations

Please visit the website of your Hawai‘i accommodations for information about their property-specific safety protocols. Some businesses may require or encourage the wearing of masks.

Parks and Beaches

While parks, beaches, and trails on all islands are open, there may be some restrictions. Refer to the following island county websites for the most current information.

What to Do if You Get Sick While Visiting Hawaii

If you become ill with a fever or cough while in Hawaii, have recently departed an area with widespread community transmission of COVID-19, and/or have had prolonged close contact with a person confirmed to have COVID-19, please follow these recommendations:

  • Wear a mask to reduce transmission.

  • Consider taking a COVID-19 test if symptoms are consistent with COVID-19.

  • Remain at home or in your lodging accommodations and avoid contact with others.

  • Before seeking medical care, call ahead to a health care provider or hospital emergency room first to inform them of your symptoms, as well as your travel and contact history, before going to their facilities.

  • Call 9–1–1 if you need immediate medical care.

Get more Home Isolation and Quarantine Guidance.

Travel-related questions, call 1–800-GOHAWAII at 1–800–464–2922

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