Beginning Saturday, March 26, 2022, individuals arriving from the continental United States will not be required to create a Safe Travels account, show their COVID-19 vaccination status, or take a pre-travel test when traveling to the Hawaiian Islands. The program played a key role in keeping Hawaii’s residents safe before vaccinations were widely available and during the surges seen several times through the pandemic. On the county level, the County of Kauai, County of Maui, and County of Hawaii have repealed their COVID-19 Emergency Rules. The City and County of Honolulu’s Safe Access Oahu program will end on Sunday, March 6, 2022. Hawaii’s statewide indoor mask mandate remains in place until further notice. More info: Hawaii’s Safe Travels Program Set to End on March 25 – Hawaii Tourism Authority
Passengers arriving to Hawaii on direct international flights must still adhere to federal U.S. entry requirements, which include showing proof of an up-to-date vaccination document and negative pre-travel COVID-19 test result taken within one day of travel. For more information, visit www.hawaiicovid19.com/travel.