Hawaii Extends Quarantine Requirement for Visitors Through End of July

By Paul Riegler on 11 June 2020
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The Hawaiian government extended the requirement for all arriving passengers to self-quarantine for 14 days when arriving from anywhere outside the state through the end of July.

The news was announced by Governor David Ige on Wednesday.

“Reopening travel for interisland on June 16th will allow us to refine our systems and processes,” the governor said in a statement, adding that “it will allow us to plan thoughtfully for the re-opening of our economy for transpacific travel.”

Ige also said that Hawaiian residents are no longer required to self-quarantine for inter-island travel as of June 16, although thermal screening will be required.

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