Ige: Interisland travel could open by end of year

Gov. David Ige said during a news conference Monday that he believes the state may be able to resume unrestricted interisland travel by the end of the year if the number of daily COVID-19 cases continues to drop.

Even though trans-Pacific travelers are now permitted to skip the 14-day quarantine if they received a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before arriving in the state — and, in the Big Island’s case, an additional negative result from a test immediately after landing — interisland travelers are still required to quarantine for two weeks after traveling to any island that is not Oahu.

Ige: Interisland travel could open by end of year

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