All Inter-County Travel Restrictions ended on June 15
Gov. David Ige announced the end of restrictions for inter-county travel, effective June 15. Inter-county travelers no longer need to take a COVID-19 test or quarantine, regardless of their vaccination status or where they were vaccinated.
In addition, the governor also announced that travelers entering the state who have been vaccinated in Hawaii may bypass the quarantine without a pre-travel test, also effective June 15.
The decision to terminate testing/quarantine requirements comes as the State of Hawai‘i approaches the 55% vaccination rate.
When the state reaches a 60% vaccination rate, individuals vaccinated in the United States who are traveling domestically, will be able to bypass the testing/quarantine requirement with proof of vaccination through the state’s Safe Travels program.
When the state achieves a 70% vaccination rate, all restrictions on travel will be lifted and the Safe Travels program will end.
Source: Hawaii Tourism Authority