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Travel to Maui County
Beginning June 15, all restrictions for inter-county travel end. Travelers are not required to do pre-travel testing or quarantine for COVID-19 when traveling between islands.
Also, individuals who are fully vaccinated (plus two weeks) with at least one dose done in Hawaii no longer need to do a pre-travel test, and they can bypass quarantine with a COVID-19 vaccination exemption when traveling from the U.S. Mainland (or Alaska) to Hawaii. The vaccination record document must be uploaded to the Safe Travels platform or printed out prior to departure and hard copy in hand when arriving in Hawaii.
Other travelers (those not vaccinated in Hawaii) can continue to bypass quarantine with a negative COVID-19 test result from a test taken from a trusted partner no more than 72 hours before beginning the final leg of their trip. Anyone without a negative test prior to departure must quarantine upon arrival. The negative test result must be uploaded onto Safe Travels or printed out prior to departure and hard copy in hand when arriving in Hawaii.
- For more information, visit HawaiiCovid19.com.
State of Hawaii Safe Travels
All travelers arriving into Maui County must complete the State of Hawaii Safe Travels online application. All travelers must complete the application at least 24 hours prior to departure.
AlohaSafe Alert App
County of Maui Public Health Emergency Rules now require the download of the AlohaSafe Alert application or other Google-Apple exposure notification system application for all travelers on the Safe Travels program and those who obtain a limited quarantine exemption.
For transpacific and interisland travelers, downloading the exposure notification apps is a requirement to avoid quarantine for 10 days. This is in addition to a negative COVID-19 pre-arrival test from a trusted partner.
The AlohaSafe Alert app is compatible with Android and iPhones. Android phones should be Version 6 or above. iPhones should have iOS 13.7 or greater.
For more information, visit https://www.alohasafealert.org.