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HAWAII VISITORS & CONVENTION BUREAU
Tools for use with your guests and customers
HAWAII HOTEL & LODGING ASSOCIATION
On March 21, Governor David Ige issued a second supplemental emergency proclamation that mandates all individuals arriving in Hawai'i to self-quarantine for a period of two-weeks. This order will take effect at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, March 26. You may also view the Order for Self-Quarantine by clicking here. To see the entire press conference, please visit this link.
On March 23, Gov. Ige also signed a third supplemental emergency proclamation that parallels the "stay at home/work from home" orders issued by the counties. Lodging properties are still considered essential in this proclamation.
On March 31, Gov. Ige signed a fourth supplementary proclamation that requires all residents and visitors traveling between the islands to self-quarantine for 14-days. The new orders go into effect on Wednesday, April 1.
Current City & County of Honolulu "Stay at home/Work from home order"
Current County of Maui "Stay at home/Work from home order"
Current County of Kaua'i "Stay at home/Work from home order"
Recent media items:
"Hotels across the state offer free rooms to health care workers, first responders," Pacific Business News, April 7, 2020
"New program helps visitors go back home if they can't quarantine for 14 days in Hawaii," KHON2, April 7, 2020
"Couple reminded twice, later arrested on Kauai for violating 14-day quarantine," Honolulu Star-Advertiser, April 11, 2020
"9 visitors sent back to their home states under new coronavirus flight assistance program," Honolulu Star-Advertiser, April 11, 2020
"Projects advance during Waikiki downturn," Honolulu Star-Advertiser, April 12, 2020
"Tourism halt allows Hawaii construction projects to proceed," Hawaii News Now, April 13, 2020
"Hotel for Heroes tweaks program as demand grows," Honolulu Star-Advertiser, April 14, 2020