Hawaii Preparing for Influx of Visitors When Restrictions Are Lifted

The Maui News | October 04, 2020

Hawaii Preparing for Influx of Visitors When Restrictions Are Lifted
Hawaii is anticipating up to 8,000 tourists a day to head to the Islands when the state’s travel restrictions are lifted later this month, Lt. Gov. Josh Green said. Hawaii is rescinding its mandatory 14-day quarantine for all visitors on Oct. 15 and will institute a pre-travel testing program for the coronavirus. Tourists who arrive with a negative test will not have to quarantine, according to The Maui News.

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