As of this week, Hawaii is removing its outdoor mask mandate, marking another step forward in the islands return to “normalcy.”
Previously, masks were required by Hawaii State law in all outdoor areas, including beaches, hiking trails, and public parks, where social distancing was not possible (think crowded beaches).
This was creating confusion for many, especially visitors to Hawaii, given that the CDC had removed its outdoor mask recommendations earlier this month.
Now, everyone can breathe easy when enjoying the outdoors.
The indoor mask mandate, however, is still active and unchanged. This means that residents and visitors alike will still have to mask up
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