Last month, Governor David Ige eliminated all restrictions on interisland travel, and said that travelers who have been vaccinated out of state would be allowed to travel to Hawaii without a pre-arrival test once the State’s vaccination rate reaches 60%.
Apparently, 57% is close enough.
In a monumental announcement, Ige recently declared that, starting July 8th, vaccinated travelers will no longer need to quarantine or take a pre-test if they present proof of vaccination.
Though the vaccination rate is still not at 60% – it’s about 57% as of this writing – Ige decided to go ahead and set a firm date for the change
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