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Hawaii travel vaccine exemption

hbmom
New Arrival

Has anyone traveled to Hawaii without covid testing by using the safe travels vaccine site? It is a little confusing and I am worried we will not be allowed to fly!

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Re: Hawaii travel vaccine exemption

prakumar
New Arrival

For only person Traveling from Mainland with Proof of Vaccinated  the last dose 15 days before arriving to Hawaii 

Login to Hawaii travel safe you will get more information 

Re: Hawaii travel vaccine exemption

hbmom
New Arrival

I have done that, you register but get no confirmation or indication that you are ok to travel.

Re: Hawaii travel vaccine exemption

dfwskier
Top Contributor

I see no registration requirement.

 

The only rule is that travel to Hawaii must be done no earlier than 15 days from the date you are fully vaccinated.

 

There is nothing on the site that says you need to prove it. To be safe, keep a copy of your CDC card with you.

 

https://www.gohawaii.com/travel-requirements

 

Edit add:  I checked again and people  and  coming to Hawaii from the far east must register, but not those coming from the US.

 

 

 

Re: Hawaii travel vaccine exemption

chgoflyer
Top Contributor

@dfwskier wrote:

I see no registration requirement.

 

The only rule is that travel to Hawaii must be done no earlier than 15 days from the date you are fully vaccinated.

 

There is nothing on the site that says you need to prove it. To be safe, keep a copy of your CDC card with you.

 

https://www.gohawaii.com/travel-requirements

 

Edit add:  I checked again and people  and  coming to Hawaii from the far east must register, but not those coming from the US.

 

 

 


 

This is incorrect.

 

All travelers to Hawaii need to create an online account and register with the State of Hawaii’s Safe Travels program. This is where you'll upload your proof of vaccination, as well as complete your pre-entry health form and receive your QR code. That code should allow you to pre-clear at your departing airport, and avoid long lines at your arrival point.

 

This is a bit confusing, lots of details here:

 

Most-asked questions about the State of Hawaii’s Safe Travels Hawai‘i program

 

Southwest's info regarding pre-clearance here:

 

https://www.southwest.com/coronavirus/hawaii/