COVID-19 Update Regarding Interisland Travel Quarantine

COVID-19 Update Regarding Interisland Travel Quarantine

On Aug. 6, 2020, Gov. David Ige signed the 11th Proclamation Related to the COVID-19 Emergency Interisland Travel Quarantine.

All persons traveling to the islands of Kauai, Hawaii, and Maui County and Kalawao to perform critical infrastructure functions as identified in Exhibit B (see page 35) of the Tenth Emergency Proclamation Related to COVID-19 Emergency must self-quarantine for 14-days or the duration of the person’s presence on the island, whichever is shorter, and may only break quarantine to perform their critical infrastructure functions. They must wear appropriate protective gear and follow the safe practices referenced in the Tenth Proclamation. We urge all of our contractors to follow the guidelines in our pledge, The Commitment of Hawaii’s Construction Industry: The Pledge to Avoid the Spread of COVID-19 on Hawaii’s Construction Sites.

The mandate will take effect on Tuesday, Aug. 11 at 12:01 a.m. until Monday, Aug. 31, 2020. Persons traveling to perform critical infrastructure functions will need to get a travel exemption from each of the counties: 

Maui County:  Email or call 808-270-7855

Kauai County: Complete the online survey here or call 808-241-1800

Hawaii County: Call 808-935-0031

This should not be construed as legal advice by PRP to our member contractors. All specific requests for legal interpretation should be sent to the respective counties for their review as drafters of the order/rules.


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