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  • Writer's pictureAlfred Harding

COVID gathering restrictions relaxed as of Dec 1st, 2021

Updated: Dec 30, 2021

In Ko Olina which is part of Honolulu County, restaurants and bars will no longer need to distance tables at six feet apart as of December 1st, 2021. Patrons will need to continue to show a vaccination card or a negative COVID test result taken within 48-hours of visiting the venue.

COVID capacity limits for indoor and outdoor events will be lifted and food and drink will once again be able to be served at these events.

Gyms will also be able to operate a full capacity. Mask wearing indoors, the Hawaii Safe Travels program and vaccinations or a negative COVID test result will continue to be required.


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