County of Maui - COVID-19 Information


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Travel to Maui County - Guidelines


All travelers arriving into Maui County must complete the State of Hawaii Safe Travels online application. 


Free Community COVID-19 Testing is available for all residents. No insurance or symptoms are required. *The test does not qualify for the State pre-departure test.*

Travel Guidelines

Travel Guidelines to Maui County - Masks are Required
All travelers are strongly encouraged to get a voluntary post-arrival test 72 hours after arriving into Maui County. The second test is completely free to travelers, who provided a pre-departure test.

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 www.alohasafealert.org.

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