Governor Extends Hawai‘i’s 14-Day Quarantine for International and Out-of-State Arrivals to July 31
June 10, 2020 News Conference – COVID-19 Update. Announcing the signing of the Ninth Emergency Proclamation relating to COVID-19.I am joined by Attorney General Clare Connors who will provide details on the new process and form for interisland travel, DOT Tim Sakahara will talk about the new screening measures at the airport and Dr. Bruce Anderson from the Department of Health will give an update.
Posted by Governor David Ige on Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Governor David Ige has extended the mandatory 14-day quarantine for international and out-of-state arrivals into Hawaii through the end of July, 2020.
The extension is part of the governor’s Ninth Emergency Proclamation relating to COVID-19.
A separate quarantine in place for interisland travel will be lifted next week Tuesday, June 16, as previously announced. This applies only to air travel within the state, and anyone arriving into the state would still be subject to a 14-day quarantine through at least the end of next month.
Attorney General Clare Connors joined the governor in providing details on the new process and form for interisland travel; DOT Tim Sakahara discussed the new screening measures at the airport; and Dr. Bruce Anderson from the Department of Health also provided updates.