Maui County: Covid Booster Will Be Required For Indoor Dining, Bars And Gyms … As omicron spreads, Maui County will require people eligible for booster shots to get them to be considered fully vaccinated.

As the highly contagious omicron variant fuels a surge in coronavirus case counts, public officials are reconsidering what it means to be “fully vaccinated.”

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Starting Jan. 8, Maui County will require booster shots for those eligible to get them in order to be considered fully vaccinated, making it the first county in the state to do so.

That means those who decline a booster won’t be allowed in the county’s indoor restaurants, bars and gyms, unless they can show proof of a negative Covid test within 48 hours.

Patrons will continue to be able to dine outdoors without a vaccination card or proof of a recent negative Covid test, or they can get take-out.


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