Despite increasing coronavirus cases across the U.S., Hawaii officials hope to reboot tourism next week by loosening months of economically crippling pandemic restrictions, including a mandatory 14-day quarantine for all arriving travelers. (Oct. 7) AP Domestic
Hawaii is going to start providing an alternative to its mandatory quarantine rule next week, but don’t pack your swimsuit without knowing the details.
Visiting the islands still won’t be as carefree as it has been in the past, and there are still elements in the plan to be worked out.
Starting Thursday, the state begins allowing tourists to forego a 14-day quarantine if they get negative results to a COVID-19 test at least 72 hours before their departure from the mainland. The <a data-track-label="inline|intext|n/a" href="https://hidot.hawaii.gov/coronavirus/"