HONOLULU (KHON2) — New travel changes will be put in place on Tuesday, June 15.
Flying inter-island will have no restrictions, so travelers do not need a pre-travel COVID-19 test and will not be required to quarantine when flying to a neighbor island or Oahu.
Folks who were vaccinated in Hawaii and travel to the mainland will also be able to come home to the islands with no required COVID-19 test. They will have to upload their vaccination information to the Safe Travels website beforehand, however.
Anyone vaccinated on the mainland will also be able to bypass the testing requirement once Hawaii reaches a 60% vaccination rate, according to the Department of Health.
Click here to visit the Safe Travels website.
Correction: An earlier version of this story spelled safe incorrectly. The story has been corrected.