Hawaii ready to welcome tourists from November 1

One of the world’s most beautiful and popular island destinations in the world, Hawaii is easing its restrictions for Covid-19 in the state. The island state recently announced that it will officially welcome tourists to its soil from November 1.

State Governor David Ige made this announcement recently. Ige noted on Twitter and in a series of tweets that the island’s much-loved tourist hotspot would welcome fully vaccinated domestic travelers.

In his first tweet, he wrote, “I am encouraged by the continuing trend of low COVID cases in our islands. Our hospitals are doing better and seeing fewer patients. This will allow us to move forward in our economic recovery and as a whole. Gives the ability to safely welcome vaccinated domestic travelers.”

Hawaii, which is home to the world’s most active volcanoes, will allow non-essential, business travelers to visit the island as well. In the following tweet, the governor said he is constantly seeking information from the federal government’s plans on international travel and that he should have a plan by November 8, 2021.

In a closing tweet, Ige noted that they will continue to “monitor case counts and hospitalizations” in the islands, as the health and safety of residents are of paramount importance.

Earlier last month, Ige urged tourists to delay/postpone their travel plans in the state due to the rise in Covid-19 cases on the island, but never officially kicked off the state’s ‘safe travel’ program . The said program allowed domestic visitors to skip a mandatory 10-day quarantine related to Covid-19 if they have been fully vaccinated in the United States. Whereas, domestic travelers arriving from the mainland and other US territories have not been vaccinated, they will have to give a negative test result to bypass the mandatory 10-day quarantine, The Times of India reported.

The island state began easing restrictions earlier this year, but the growing prevalence of the delta variant forced officials to tighten travel, collecting size restrictions.

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