COVID-19-Booster Travelers Won't Have To Quarantine Or Take Test If They Want To Go To Hawaii

COVID-19-Booster Travelers Won’t Have To Quarantine Or Take Test If They Want To Go To Hawaii

According to reports, people who have received their COVID-19 booster shot will be allowed to travel to Hawaii.

As countries try to adjust to the ever-changing COVID-19 protocols and safety measures, more and more countries are updating their travel guidelines. “In the next few days,” Hawaii Governor David Ige plans to announce its move to let in visitors who have received their booster, KHON2 and Forbes report. Additionally, boosted travelers coming to Hawaii won’t have to quarantine or provide a negative COVID-19 test if they are boosted.

Right now, travelers who are “up to date” on their vaccinations are free to come to the island without having to quarantine for five days. The Hawaii Safe Travels website states that people coming into the state will have to upload their vaccination records to the site and provide a hard copy when they physically get there.

“The State of Hawai‘i will also accept vaccine records that are digitally validated by Digital Health Pass Partners (AZOVA, CLEAR, and CommonPass). Travelers who use one of the state’s partners to link their digitally validated vaccine records with Safe Travels may enjoy expedited processing at the airport (no secondary visual inspection of paper vaccine records),” the website states.

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