Hawaii Governor Welcomes Travelers Back to the State
Starting November 1st, vacationers and business travelers will once again be welcomed to Hawaii. The Covid seven-day average of daily new cases has dropped from 900 to 117 and hospitalizations have dropped from more than 400 to about 100 statewide in Hawaii.
“I think we are all encouraged by what we’ve seen over the last several weeks with the continuing trend of lower case counts,” said Gov. David Ige said. “Our hospitals are doing better, and we have fewer COVID patients in them. Most importantly, our health care system has responded, and we have the ability to move forward with economic recovery.”
Gov. Ige said he will be seeking information from the government about plans to require proof of vaccination for foreign and national travelers for the start date of November 8th.
This is good news for Disney’s Aulani Resort and Spa, especially with the new travel policy going into effect on November 8th. International travelers that are fully vaccinated will once again be able to travel to the United States. Airlines have already reported a surge in international ticket sales.
Nick Calio, CE of Airlines for America had this to say, “full reopening of international travel is also critical to reviving economies around the globe, reinvigorating communities and supporting millions of jobs in the U.S. and abroad.”
To avoid a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in Hawaii, travelers must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of their departure for Hawaii.
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