Announcement of Emergency Rule #11

May 31, 2020

In accordance with Governor David Y. Ige’s Eighth Supplemental Proclamation, and Exhibit G the “State Roadmap to Recovery and Resilience,” the businesses, operations, or activities (“operations”) specified in this rule are permitted to re-open June 1, 2020. These operations are subject to all restrictions and physical distancing requirements found within the Eighth Supplemental Proclamation, State Department of Health Reopening Hawai‘i Safe Practices, and CDC industry guidelines. Each business, operation, or activity shall determine the maximum number of individuals that may be accommodated while maintaining the specified separation distance and limit occupancy accordingly. The following high risk operations may reopen provided they act with care:

Businesses & Operations
Indoor exercise facilities

– Gyms, fitness centers, and recreation facilities
– Outdoor spaces
– Playgrounds
– Skateparks
– Pavilions
– Parks
– Organized outdoor team sports

Personal services
– Spas

– Dine-In, provided the Phase 2 requirements in the “State Roadmap to Recovery and Resilience, Guidance for Reopening Food Services Sector” are strictly followed:
Musicians and bands may perform in restaurants, as long as, the individuals who are performing maintain a distance of at least 10 feet from all restaurant patrons and staff, and physically distance from fellow performers by at least 6 feet. It is recommended that performers be outdoors if possible and that performers who can do so wear masks.

This rule supersedes any conflicting provision in Mayor’s Emergency Rule #1 and any subsequent amendments to this rule.

Term: Effective June 1, 2020, subject to modification. 

Last modified: June 2, 2020

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