Hawaii might be reconsidering its re-opening date of August 1st. Currently, the state requires anyone coming into the Islands, resident or visitor, to quarantine for 14 days because of coronavirus concerns. August 1st was supposed to be when the restriction was lifted and travelers would only need a recent negative COVID-19 test to enter Hawaii.
Hawai Tourism was likely to restart from August 1. But it has pushed back its reopening date as it isn’t ready for any health risk. The new reopening plan includes a negative Covid-19 test of the visitor in order to bypass 14-day quarantine@JimByersTravelhttps://t.co/JSxGfDEAuP pic.twitter.com/UidaS4NPqb
— TraveloGuide Insight (@TravelLoGuide) July 13, 2020
With the virus resurging across the country, Hawaii’s Lieutenant Governor Josh Green said the state is looking to push back the August 1st opening date.
Green says the ultimate decision will come from Governor David Ige.
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