The County of Kauai announced that all restrictions on interisland travel to Kauai are ending, effective Tuesday, June 15, 2021.
For more details, please read the press release below.
Interisland quarantine ends for travel to Kaua‘i
LĪHUʻE – All restrictions on interisland travel are ending, effective Tuesday, June 15, 2021.
Passengers traveling from O‘ahu, Maui, or Hawai‘i Island will no longer be required to complete a Safe Travels profile or provide proof of a pre-travel test or vaccination when arriving on Kaua‘i. This only applies to travel within the State of Hawai‘i.
The mandatory traveler quarantine remains in effect for travel from out of state. Passengers arriving from the mainland or internationally are still required to complete a Safe Travels profile and either complete the required 10-day travel quarantine or receive a quarantine exception. The State of Hawai‘i will grant exceptions with an approved pre-travel test from a Trusted Partner Lab. Effective June 15, travelers who are fully vaccinated, with at least one dose administered in Hawai’i, can upload their vaccination information to be exempt from the Trans-Pacific travel quarantine. Travelers are considered fully vaccinated on the 15th day after the completion of their vaccine dose(s).
At this time, the State of Hawai‘i will not accept Trans-Pacific exceptions for vaccinations administered outside of Hawai‘i.
For program rules and additional information, visit: https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel/
Governor David Ige issued the new regulations in his 21st emergency proclamation, which can be found here.
If you have recently returned from travel, please get a FREE COVID-19 test at the Convention Hall, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. No appointment needed. Please do not show up to the Convention Hall clinic if you have symptoms and instead call your healthcare provider.
Last modified: June 14, 2021