Beginning July 8, Hawaii-bound domestic travelers who have been fully vaccinated in the US or US territories will be exempt from quarantine and testing measures that had been in place since last year.
Travelers must have received the recommended doses of the US-approved vaccines – Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson – at least 15 days prior to travel to be considered fully vaccinated (see CDC vaccination guidelines here).
To provide proof, travelers must upload their COVID-19 vaccination cards to their Hawaii Safe Travels website or app. Acceptable vaccination records include CDC vaccination cards, a Vaccine Administration Management System certificate or a military-issued DD Form 2766C.
Travelers to Hawaii from any US airport can now use the digital Clear Health Pass or CommonPass health app to present proof of Covid-19 vaccination.
Children under 5 years old are not required to be tested and will not be quarantined if traveling with an adult who has undergone pre-travel testing or is vaccinated. Children older than 5 who are not yet eligible for the vaccine must test negative up to 72 hours prior to arrival.