COVID-19 UPDATE: FLYING TO HAWAII
Like most other popular tourist destinations in the world, Hawaii has put in place some special policies visitors and people returning to the islands need to follow.
The first thing you should do, if you are a visitor, is to create an account for yourself at travel.hawaii.gov. Please note that in addition to yourself, all family members and anyone else that travels with you needs to make their own account at travel.hawaii.gov as well.
Once all members of your travel party have created accounts, everyone needs to get what is called a PCR test for SARS-COV-2. The easiest way to do this is to go to a pharmacy chain, like Walgreen’s, a few days before you arrive in Hawaii, to take the appropriate PCR test. You can usually get the results back within 36 hours of taking the test.
Once you get the results of the PCR test, you need to log into your travel.hawaii.gov account and upload the results of the test. You can also take a SARS-COV-2 rapid test first, to immediately check and see if you have an active case of COVID-19.
It is important that you have the result of the test uploaded to the Hawaiian State Database before the final leg of your trip to Hawaii. Even if your test result comes back negative, if it is not uploaded before you board the final leg of your trip, you will have to quarantine for 14 days upon your arrival in Hawaii.
Please make sure that you get your testing done at a Hawaiian State Approved testing partner. All approved testing partners can be found once you log onto your travel.hawaii.gov account. Of course, you always have the option to not get tested and simply quarantine for 14 days when you arrive in Hawaii.
Please let us know how we can help answer your pre arrival questions and assist you in traveling to Hawaii