Mayor Victorino announces voluntary post-arrival testing program for Maui County

Coronavirus

Maui Mayor Michael Victorino announced that Maui County is providing a free voluntary post-arrival testing program for all travelers into Maui County starting on Oct. 21.

WAILUKU, Kauai (KHON2) — Maui Mayor Michael Victorino announced that Maui County is providing a free voluntary post-arrival testing program for all travelers into Maui County starting on Oct. 17.

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Travelers must have taken a pre-travel test to be eligible for the free post-arrival test. Those who wish to participate in the program must pre-register for an appointment online.

Officials advise taking the post-arrival test at least 72 hours after arriving in Maui County.

Minit Medical is administering the county-sponsored program at several sites across Maui, and a mobile unit will also be available to visit hotels for convenient testing.

Post-arrival testing will only be conducted at community testing sites and the mobile testing unit, do not enter any Minit Medical clinics.

Testing Site Locations

  • Lahaina: 305 Keawe St. (parking lot by highway)
  • Kihei: 1280 South Kihei Rd. (behind Ace Hardware)
  • Kahului: 348 Lehuakona St. (behind Maui Marketplace)

Mobile Testing Unit

  • Visitors should check with their hotel regarding dates and times the Mobile Unit will be arriving.
  • Book your test during the designated time frame.
  • Test results are expected to be returned within an hour.

If you have problems pre-registering, call Minit Medical at 808-667-6161, extension 7.

For more information on COVID-19 in Maui County, click here.

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