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Vaccine Passport for Trans-Pacific Travelers vaccinated on the U.S. Mainland
effective Thursday, July 8, 2021
As you know Hawaii continues to enforce its COVID travel rules of a 10-day mandatory self-quarantine. The Governor has been trying to move forward incrementally to open travel in a controlled order. If you would like to avoid the 10-day mandatory self-quarantine on your next trip to Hawaii, here is a summarized to do list:
• Effective Thursday, July 8, 2021, any traveler vaccinated on the mainland will be able to upload their proof of vaccination to their
Hawaii Safe Travels account. You must also bring your vaccination card with you when going through the airport travel screening
process at any Hawaii airport.
If you have not been vaccinated, you are still required to obtain a negative pre-travel test prior to arriving to the State.
• Each traveler needs to create a Hawaii Safe Travels account on the Hawaii Safe Travels website.
• Input your travel itinerary into your Safe Travels account. If you need assistance with login or technical issues, call the Safe Travels
Program: 1-800-GOHAWAII (1-800-464-2924) between 10:00 am to 10:00 pm Hawaii Standard Time. Domestic and International
callers are accepted.
• Obtain a negative COVID test result from a TRUSTED TESTING AND TRAVEL PARTNERS within 72 hours from the final leg of
• Upload your negative test results into your Safe Travels account.
• You will receive a notice 24 hours prior to your departure time to the Hawaiian Island to complete the Mandatory State of Hawaii
Travel and Health Form via your Hawaii Safe Travels account. The names of each child/children traveling with an adult registering will
also need to be included in that adult’s Mandatory State of Hawaii Travel and Health Form. Upon completed of the form, a QR code
will be emailed to you. Please print this email and have it readily available on your smartphone or hard copy when arriving at your
To read and understand the process completely, please visit the Hawaii Safe Travels Website: https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel/
We would like to reiterate that cloth face coverings are still mandatory in all indoor public spaces throughout Hawaii.
Inter-island travel restrictions lifted effective June 15, 2021
Governor Ige announced that effective June 15, 2021 the inter-island travel restrictions will be lifted.
Inter-island travel means travel between each Hawaiian Island. For example, if you are traveling from Oahu to Kauai, there will be no travel restrictions starting on June 15, 2021.
However, All Trans-Pacific travelers are still subject to the Hawaii Safe Travels Program. If you are traveling from the mainland to Hawaii you will still need to follow the Hawaii Safe Travels Program. This means you will still need to have a negative pre-travel test when arriving to any Hawaii airport when flying from the mainland in order to by-pass the 10-day mandatory quarantine.
The vaccination exception is currently only for individuals that were vaccinated in Hawaii. If you were vaccinated on the mainland you are still subject to follow the Hawaii Safe Travels Program.
Hawaii will ease travel restrictions based on vaccination rates in the State.
• Once Hawaii reaches 60% vaccination rate it will lift the pre-arrival testing and quarantine requirements for Trans-Pacific Travelers
who were vaccinated on the mainland. Travelers will need to show proof of their vaccination through the Hawaii Safe Travels
• Once Hawaii reaches 70% vaccination rate, the state will lift all travel restrictions and officially end its Hawaii Safe Travels Program.
Transpacific Travelers – Safe Travels Program
Travelers from out of state can participate in the State of Hawaii’s Safe Travels Program.
A 10-day mandatory quarantine will be required for transpacific travelers arriving WITHOUT a negative result from an accepted COVID-19 Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT) taken within the 72 hours before departure of the final leg of their trip to Hawaii.
STATE OF HAWAII TRAVEL & HEALTH FORM: State of Hawaii - Safe Travels
To qualify, transpacific travelers must :
A list of transpacific TRUSTED TESTING AND TRAVEL PARTNERS can be found at: https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel-partners/
- For transpacific travel, the State of Hawaii will ONLY accept Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT) from a certificate Clinical
Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CLIA) lab. There are specific U.S. Domestic, International, or Airline labs on the TRUSTED
TESTING AND TRAVEL PARTNERS list.
- IF you arrive with a test from any NON-QUALIFYING lab on the list, or a test that is not a NAAT test, you will have to quarantine
for 10-days (or the length of your stay whichever is shorter) or leave the state.
- Travelers arriving from out of state MUST have their negative test results BEFORE flying to Hawaii. If you receive your results
after traveling to Hawaii, you will have to quarantine for 10-days (or the length of your stay whichever is shorter), or leave the
• The negative test result MUST be uploaded onto your Safe Travels account prior to departure or printed out prior to departure with
hard copy in hand when arriving in Hawaii.
• Please consider the duration and considerable expense of possible quarantine before traveling. All individuals are responsible for all
costs associated with pre-travel testing and/or any quarantine costs if test results are incorrect or not received.
Trusted Testing and Travel Partners:
Travel Partners - Hawai‘i DOH: Info & Resources for Managing COVID-19 (hawaiicovid19.com)
Safe Travels Hawaii Help Page
Kauai County Webpage for COVID-19 Restrictions
Reminder: Presently, proof of vaccination is NOT a recognized exemption for Trans-Pacific Travelers in the State of Hawaii Safe Travels Program.