Updated: Mar 6, 2022
Beginning March 26, vaccination cards or tests will not be required for domestic visitors.
In a statement, Hawaii Governor David Ige announced that beginning March 26, domestic passengers arriving in Hawaii wouldn't need to follow earlier regulations, like showing proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test to bypass quarantine.
Ige said it is important to remember that we're talking about domestic travel only; this does not apply to international travelers who have different requirements set by the federal government. It's also equally important to note that incoming domestic passengers must meet all Safe Travels requirements before March 25.
According to the statement, "Masks will continue to be required for indoor workplaces and airports even with Safe Travels and employee vaccination and testing requirements going away. The pandemic is not over."
International travelers 18 and older who are not US citizens, US nationals, lawful permanent residents or green card holders must be fully vaccinated to enter the US. Children 17 and younger are exempt.
All air passengers age 2 or older with a flight departing to the US from another country are required to show a negative result from a Covid-19 viral test taken no more than one day before travel, or present documentation of having recovered from Covid-19 in the past 90 days before they board their flight.