Honolulu announces plans to lift COVID-19 restrictions

Published on : Friday, October 29, 2021

Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi announced that officials would lift many of the COVID-19 related restrictions on outdoor and indoor events, starting in November.

Rick Blangiardi said the city is moving forward with the eased travel restrictions on November 3 without the state’s blessing, but revealed all managed events will require attendees to be fully vaccinated, sans kids 12 and under who can’t yet get the shot.

Starting next Wednesday, large outdoor and indoor seated events will be able to move to 100 per cent capacity, but all attendees must be fully vaccinated. They will also be required to wear masks and no food or beverages will be served.

Rick Blangiardi said that they are going in a separate direction. The state understands that and we have accepted full responsibility at the City and County. It’s a new acceptable norm. Public health is top of mind, but the time has come for us to move forward.

The mayor also announced that permitted attendance at indoor interactive events, such as weddings and funerals, will be 150 people starting on Wednesday and 300 by November 24.

Honolulu bars will also be able to serve alcohol through 2 a.m. or 4 a.m. local time, depending on their license, starting on November 3.

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