Hawaii to Postpone Reopening of Tourism to September 1

By Kurt Stolz on 14 July 2020
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The Hawaiian government announced it would postpone the state’s reopening to visitors until September 1.

Tourists were to be allowed into the state after testing negative immediately prior to arrival.

Governor David Ige said that he was forced to delay the program’s start until the following month because several states are “not in control” of the outbreak.

He acknowledged that the move will hit tourist-dependent businesses hard.

“This was not an easy decision to make. It really was a choice between two difficult options,”

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