LATEST March 2, 1:31 p.m. Hawaii will end its Safe Travels program at midnight, March 25, Gov. David Ige announced Tuesday, concurrent with the end of the state’s emergency proclamation.
Starting March 26, domestic visitors will no longer need to show proof of COVID vaccination or the results of a pre-travel test. Nor will they need to undergo a mandatory quarantine if they are unable to produce that proof. All pre- and post-arrival COVID screenings will end, including post-boarding screenings at airports with participating airlines.