To stop the community spread of the coronavirus in Hawaii, Governor David Ige has announced that anyone traveling between the Hawaii Islands will be required to stay in their home or other accommodation for 14 days. This mandatory rule takes effect at midnight at midnight, Wednesday, 1 April and shall continue until 30 April.
This does not apply to those who are considered to be essential workers, but they are expected to wear protective gear during flights.
This mandatory rule takes effect at midnight, Wednesday, April 1 and continues until April 30.
All persons, residents and visitors, arriving or returning to the State of Hawaii will be subject to a compulsory 14-day self-quarantine period. The mandate — the first such action in the nation — applies to all arrivals at state airports from continental U.S. and international destinations and stretches across other private and commercial airliners.