Vaccinated? No Negative COVID testing requirement starts July 8th, 2021 for Hawaii visitors
Updated: Jan 6, 2022
Fully vaccinated visitors from the mainland no longer need to provide a negative COVID test result when traveling to Hawaii, for travel starting on or after July 8th, 2021.
If you are traveling on or after July 8th and are fully vaccinated, do the following:
1) Set up your safe travels account.
2) Upload you vaccination card and have the original with you to show at your departure gate, or alternatively when you land if you were not screened at your departure gate.
3) 24-hours prior to flight, fill out the travel questionnaire on your safe travels account. (#3 is no longer required as of January 4th, 2022.)
If you were vaccinated by an entity such as Walgreens or CVS, or in the State of California, you may save some steps by downloading the Clear App to your phone, and registering your Vaccination Card with the state. Click the link for additional information.
Requirements change quickly so always check the Safe Travels Hawaii website for the latest information. If the new program is not rolled out, you will need to provide a negative COVID test result and upload it to the safe travels website. Read this article for step by step instructions.
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