Travel Resources > COVID-19 Hawaii Travel Updates
- As of 21 Jun 2021: There have been 37,367 cases of COVID-19 identified in Hawaii, resulting in 513 deaths. Average daily new cases 39 island-wide. There have been 632 cases island-wide in the last 14-days. Hawaii’s COVID-19 cases continue to trend down!
- Hawaii remains open to visitors thanks to the Safe Travels Hawaii program! In order to bypass the State of Hawaii’s 10-day mandatory self-quarantine, travelers must take a pre-travel COVID-19 test from a trusted testing and travel partner (available on the U.S. mainland, Canada, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and French Polynesia) 72-hours prior to the final leg of their trip, and get a negative result returned prior to boarding their flight. In addition, a Travel and Health Form must be completed online along with temperature screening at all Hawaii airports. Note, these are umbrella rules for the State of Hawaii.
- Oahu has moved into the less restrictive Tier 4 of the Honolulu Reopening Strategy.
COVID-19 Official Hawaii State Sources
COVID-19 in Hawaii is constantly changing, please refer to official Hawaii State sources for up to date information.
- State of Hawaii
- City and County of Honolulu (Oahu)
- County of Maui (Maui, Molokai & Lanai)
- County of Hawaii (Island of Hawaii)
- County of Kauai (Kauai)
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