Hawaii Gov. David Ige signed a new COVID-19 emergency proclamation last week, keeping COVID-19 restrictions in place. It also adds that cruise ship passengers must abide by Safe Travels Hawaii program requirements.
“Just a few weeks ago, Hawaii saw record high COVID-19 cases in our communities,” Ige said in a news release. “While we believe we may have hit the peak, we must continue to remain vigilant. Mask wearing and asking travelers to get vaccinated or tested before they fly to Hawaii are among some of the measures that have helped keep COVID-19 case numbers manageable for our limited resources here. I thank everyone for their diligence and patience.”