Travel Resources > COVID-19 Hawaii Travel Updates
- As of 19 May 2021: There have been 35,726 cases of COVID-19 identified in Hawaii, resulting in 494 deaths. Average daily new cases are 76 island-wide. There have been 1,042 cases island-wide in the last 14-days (Oahu 819; Maui County 148; Hawaii Island 56; Kauai 19).
- 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 and Taiwan) 72-hours prior to the final leg of their trip, and get a negative result returned prior to boarding their flight. An online Travel and Health Form must be completed and temperature screening at all Hawaii airports. Note, these are umbrella rules for the State of Hawaii, in addition, each island has its own entry and arrival protocols to follow. For example, Maui has a post-arrival COVID-19 testing program for transpacific travelers.
- Oahu remains in 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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