Yesterday, March 2, Kauai’s mayor, Derek Kawakami, introduced that Kauai is in search of the governor’s approval to rejoin the state’s Secure Travels program beginning April 5, 2021. You may learn the complete announcement here.
This proposed rule to rejoin the state’s Secure Travels program is known as Rule 25. Right here’s a summation of it from the announcement:
If Rule 25 is permitted, Trans-Pacific vacationers could be exempt from Hawai‘i’s 10-day journey quarantine beginning April 5, 2021 by collaborating within the state’s Secure Travels pre-travel testing program. If permitted, it will now not be obligatory for out-of-state guests to remain in a Resort Bubble or spend time on one other Hawaiian island earlier than touring to Kaua‘i so as to obtain a quarantine exemption.
If permitted, starting April 5 vacationers may keep away from quarantine by taking the next steps:
• Add unfavorable check outcomes to your Secure Travels account earlier than touring to Hawai‘i (NOTE: Vacationers who arrive with out importing the unfavorable check consequence won’t be accepted).
Extra testing after arrival won’t be obligatory, however inspired. Within the announcement, there’s a listing of ten Kauai resorts who’ve dedicated to assist non-compulsory post-travel testing.
We’ll be expecting any bulletins for the approval of Kauai’s proposed Rule 25. Within the meantime, for additional insights on this matter, take a look at these articles: