Hawaii welcomes tourists from November 01, 2021

One of the world’s beautiful island destinations in the world, Hawaii has announced that it will welcome tourists from November 01 onwards.

 “I’m encouraged by the continuing trend of lower case counts of COVID in our islands. Our hospitals are doing better and seeing fewer patients. This gives us the ability to move forward in our economic recovery and safely welcome back fully vaccinated domestic travellers.” Said the governor of the state, David Ige, on Tuesday who announced the news via Twitter.

The state will allow non-essentials as well as business travellers to visit the Island. The governor further said that they will keep monitoring cases and hospitalisation in the islands as the health and safety of the residents is important.

Earlier, the governor had asked travellers to delay their trips to Hawaii due to rising covid cases. But the state never officially stopped the ‘Safe Travels’ program. Under this program, domestic visitors were allowed to skip quarantine if they came with proof of vaccination or proof of a negative test.

In the tweet, the governor had also mentioned, “We’re continuing to seek information from the federal government about plans for international travel and will have an appropriate plan in place before Nov. 8”.

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