New COVID Gathering Restrictions as of August 10th
Updated: Oct 9, 2021
Note this is now old news, see the October 20th, 2021 update.
Due to the increased number of COVID cases in Hawaii, social gathering is now limited to no more than 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors. Indoor capacity including bars, restaurants, gyms and churches is set at 50% capacity.
According to health.hawaii.gov, 65% of Honolulu County's population (over 12 year old) have been fully vaccinated as of August 30th.
Starting Sept 13th, in Honolulu County which Ko Olina is part of, you will be required to show your vaccination card to gain entrance to indoor facilities such as restaurants, bars, movie theaters, etc. You may also show a negative COVID test result from a State of Hawaii approved testing center, taken within 48-hours of entry into the facility. This requirement is currently set to expire by Nov 13th.
A negative COVID test result or proof of vaccination continue to be accepted in lieu of a 10-day quarantine period for visitors to the State.
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