In the latest COVID-19 cases report from the Government of the Aloha State, 30 new Hawaii COVID-19 cases were reported bringing the total to 37,134 (up 0.1% from the previous day). To date, 1,690,786 COVID-19 tests have been conducted with 35,202 resulting in a positive reading and marking today’s positivity rate at 1%.
Currently, the average daily cases is 49.6. There were a total of 699 cases reported in the past 14 days. Total deaths to date are 507 (1.4%). At present, there are 32 people hospitalized due to COVID-19, 5 more than yesterday.
CURRENT TRAVEL INFORMATION
individuals fully vaccinated in the State of Hawai‘i may enter the state without pre-travel testing/quarantine starting the 15th day after the completion of their vaccination. The vaccination record document must be uploaded onto Safe Travels and printed out prior to departure and the traveler must have a hard copy in hand when arriving in Hawaiʻi.
Read more about how your COVID-19 vaccination can help you travel between counties in Hawai‘i: HawaiiCOVID19.com/travel/faqs.
The pre-travel testing program remains available for all travelers NOT vaccinated in Hawai‘i.
All travelers, including those from Japan, Canada, Korea and Taiwan, and any domestic travelers not vaccinated in Hawaiʻi, who board a plane on the final leg of their trip to the Hawaiian Islands without first securing a negative test within 72 hours before departure will be subject to mandatory quarantine.
The state of Hawai‘i will ONLY accept Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT) from a certified Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CLIA) lab test results from TRUSTED TESTING AND TRAVEL PARTNERS. Travelers will not be able to obtain a Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT) upon arrival at any Hawaiʻi airport.
The negative test result must be uploaded to Safe Travels or printed out prior to departure and a hard copy in hand when arriving in Hawai‘i.
Travelers to Maui must download the AlohaSafe Alert App in addition to other requirements. Visit mauicounty.gov/2417/Travel-to-Maui-County for details.
For travelers from Japan, please visit Hawai‘i Tourism Japan (Japanese).
For travelers from Korea, please visit Hawai‘i Tourism Korea (Korean)
The CDC Order that went into effect on Jan. 26, 2021 does not impact the Safe Travels program. For international travelers coming to the State of Hawai‘i, only tests from Trusted Testing Partners will be accepted for purposes of bypassing the State’s 10-day traveler quarantine.