You’ll need a COVID-19 test if you want to say Mele Kalikimaka in Hawaii this year. If you don’t have a negative COVID-19 test in hand you’ll have to submit to a 14-day mandatory quarantine or the length of the trip whichever is shorter.
“We’re taking this added safety precaution now in response to the dramatically increasing number of COVID-19 cases in the continental United States and around the world. The health of our residents and visitors is our primary concern, especially as more people travel to Hawaiʻi to celebrate the holidays,” said Gov. Ige.
The new policy applies to domestic transpacific flights and international flights departing from locations in which the State of Hawaiʻi pre-testing programs are in place.