The State of Hawaii may soon update its tourism policies to change the definition of fully vaccinated to include a booster shot.
The change would mean that a visitor would need to have received all three shots in order to be considered fully vaccinated and bypass quarantine without a pre-test.
While this change has been rumored for some time, its likelihood was confirmed last week when Governor David Ige addressed the situation as Hawaii has seen its daily case count rise from about a 100 per day in early December to nearly 5,000 per day in mid-January.
Speaking with reporters, Ige said his office is strongly
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