Hawaiʻi Travel Information
People coming to and from Hawai‘i should be prepared to undergo a 10-day quarantine upon arrival and closely monitor their health for the signs and symptoms of COVID-19 unless they have participated in the Safe Travels Pre-testing Program
- Community transmission of respiratory illness caused by COVID-19 is occurring globally.
- Older adults and people of any age with serious chronic medical conditions should postpone nonessential travel.
- If you are sick, especially if you have a fever, cough, or shortness of breath, do not travel.
Coming to Hawai‘i
- People coming to Hawaii from should be prepared to undergo a 10-day quarantine upon arrival and closely monitor their health for the signs and symptoms of COVID-19 OR undergo pre-testing from a trusted partner in the SafeTravels Pre-testing Travel program
- This applies to both visitors and residents. Hawaii residents leaving Hawaii should be prepared to undergo quarantine or testing upon their return.
- Hawaii residents leaving Hawaii should be prepared to undergo a government-mandated 10-day quarantine or pre-travel testing upon their return. If you are considering travel in the US, the CDC has developed the following guidance to help determine whether you should postpone your trip.
- If you are considering international travel, check CDC’s Travelers’ Health website for country-specific health information and alerts.
- You should evaluate all risks associated with travel and take the appropriate proactive measures. The situation is dynamic, and you may be unable to access medical services if you become ill in a country that begins to experience a heavy burden of COVID-19 infection. Visit the U.S. State Department Travel website for travel restrictions that may affect your itinerary.