Gov. David Ige this afternoon made official the removal of the 14-day quarantine for interisland travel starting June 16 but said the two-week quarantine for trans-Pacific travelers has been extended through July 31.
There will also be new procedures in place for interisland travel, including a thermal screening before departure, starting June 16. People with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to board planes.
The new emergency proclamation also includes:
- criminal liability for hosts of guests who violate quarantine requirements or owners of cars that are rented to quarantine violators,
- an extension of the eviction moratorium through July 31
- the elimination of prohibitions related to beaches, boating, hiking and shoreline fishing.
To view the 9th Supplementary Emergency Proclamation: https://governor.hawaii.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/2006097A-ATG_Ninth-Supplementary-Proclamation-COVID-19-distribution-signed.pdf