Hawaii’s COVID-19 travel rule could stay for next year

 Wednesday, November 17, 2021 


Lt. Gov. Josh Green said that the policy of requiring vaccinations or a negative COVID-19 test to bypass quarantine rules for people entering Hawaii will likely stay in place into next year.

Green told that he doesn’t think the “Safe Travels” program will go away “until the rest of the world has seen a great decrease in COVID. He is reluctant to do away with it until spring 2022.

Green has helped oversee the Safe Travels program but the governor has the final say on any changes. The programme  has been running for more than a year. Hawaii has among the highest vaccination rates in the nation.

Some believe the program is bad for business. Some visitors said they don’t mind the restrictions.

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