HONOLULU (KHON2) — Hawaii Gov. David Ige signed the 20th proclamation on COVID-19 on Friday, May 7, which allows inter-island travelers who were vaccinated in Hawaii to be exempt from pre-travel testing and the quarantine requirement starting Tuesday, May 11.
Only inter-island travelers vaccinated in Hawaii apply in Gov. Ige’s 20th proclamation on COVID-19.
The inter-island travel exemption will continue through the duration of the previous 19th proclamation, which expires after Tuesday, June 8.
Gov. Ige’s office says provisions will be re-evaluated and a determination will be made on including them in the next proclamation.
Click here to read Gov. Ige’s 20th emergency proclamation.