Hawaii reinstates restrictions amid COVID surge
Restaurants and other businesses on Oahu now require proof of vaccination or recent negative COVID-19 test. Click here for more information.
Hawaii Governor David Ige issued an executive order reinstating some restrictions as part of a response to a recent surge in the number of COVID-19 cases throughout the islands.
Once in Hawaii, however, visitors and residents alike must abide by the updated restrictions Ige announced in early August.
Those restrictions include:
- Limiting social gatherings to 10 people indoors
- Limiting social gatherings to 25 people outdoors
- Reduced capacity, to 50%, for restaurants, bars, gyms and other social establishments
- Social establishments must maintain 6 feet of distance between parties
- Masks must be worn at all times, except while eating or drinking
- Events such as weddings and meetings must submit safety plans to the county for prior approval
For the latest information on traveling to Hawaii, visit the state’s official COVID-19 website.
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