According to a new report, Hawaii may soon require visitors to get the COVID booster shot.
INBOX: Hawaii announces that it will soon require all visitors to have a COVID booster shot if they want to enter the state.
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Hawaii may soon require travelers to have a COVID-19 booster
Hawaii will likely soon require visitors to have a COVID-19 booster shot if they want to travel to the islands.
State Governor David Ige told reporters that his office is strongly considering changing its definition of “fully vaccinated” from two doses of an approved Covid vaccine to three.
That would mean that travelers who have not had booster shots will have to isolate for five days upon arrival in Hawaii at their own expense.
Currently, only American travelers can visit Hawaii with very few exceptions for international tourists. Tourism is regulated through the state’s Safe Travels program, where people can upload their vaccination records to the online portal ahead of their flight.
We will update this as we learn more…
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