Hawaii will not require booster shots for tourists
February 16, 2022
HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii Gov. David Ige said the Safe Travels Hawai’i program will remain unchanged at this time and booster shots will not be needed to satisfy the up-to-date vaccination status required for individuals traveling to the state.
The Safe Travels Program will still require travelers to show proof of their vaccination status so they may avoid testing or bypass quarantine requirements when they arrive in Hawaii.
“In making this decision, we considered declining COVID-19 case counts in Hawaii, the continental U.S. and Europe,“ Ige said in a statement. ”Hospitalizations ha...