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Week of October 17th - October 23rd

Updates for Saturday - October 23, 2021
  • Today, October 23rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 168 new positive cases. There are 44 new cases on Hawaii Island, 9 on Kauai, 96 on Oahu, 20 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and -2 out of state for a cumulative total of 83188 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 57377; Maui: 9442; Lanai: 142; Molokai: 239; Kauai: 2523; Hawaii island: 10846; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2619; and cases pending, 0. 885 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4642 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1719 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 70.7% as of October 23, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 22nd, a total of 22,916 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,061 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,700 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6548 arrivals on Oahu, 4677 arrivals on Maui, 2017 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1819 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - October 22, 2021
  • Today, October 22nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 134 new positive cases. There are 34 new cases on Hawaii Island, 6 on Kauai, 70 on Oahu, 7 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 16 out of state for a cumulative total of 83020 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 57281; Maui: 9422; Lanai: 141; Molokai: 239; Kauai: 2514; Hawaii island: 10802; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2621; and cases pending, 0. 883 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4629 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1728 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 70.7% as of October 22, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 21st, a total of 24,371 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,524 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,733 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7048 arrivals on Oahu, 4793 arrivals on Maui, 1965 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1718 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - October 21, 2021
  • Today, October 21st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 156 new positive cases. There are 17 new cases on Hawaii Island, 7 on Kauai, 96 on Oahu, 22 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 14 out of state for a cumulative total of 82886 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 57211; Maui: 9415; Lanai: 141; Molokai: 238; Kauai: 2508; Hawaii island: 10768; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2605; and cases pending, 0. 880 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4619 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1798 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 70.6% as of October 21, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 20th, a total of 22,830 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,510 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,193 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6322 arrivals on Oahu, 4781 arrivals on Maui, 1732 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1675 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - October 20, 2021
  • Today, October 20th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 139 new positive cases. There are 32 new cases on Hawaii Island, 10 on Kauai, 71 on Oahu, 20 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 82730 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 57115; Maui: 9393; Lanai: 141; Molokai: 238; Kauai: 2501; Hawaii island: 10751; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2591; and cases pending, 0. 876 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4610 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1936 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 70.4% as of October 20, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 19th, a total of 21,440 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,757 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,721 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4874 arrivals on Oahu, 4010 arrivals on Maui, 1479 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1394 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - October 19, 2021
  • Governor Ige has now formally made a brief announcement welcoming tourism back to the islands of Hawaii. On October 19, 2021, at an event on the Big Island at Kona airport, Governor Ige, joined by Mayor Mitch Roth, said, "(Beginning November 1, 2021), we want to invite and encourage fully vaccinated visitors and residents to travel for business or leisure, Transpacific or interisland."
  • Today, October 19th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 80 new positive cases. There are 6 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 42 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 16 out of state for a cumulative total of 82591 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 57044; Maui: 9373; Lanai: 141; Molokai: 237; Kauai: 2491; Hawaii island: 10719; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2586; and cases pending, 0. 876 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4595 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1968 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 70.4% as of October 19, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 18th, a total of 24,944 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,787 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 6,991 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5730 arrivals on Oahu, 3885 arrivals on Maui, 1679 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1493 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - October 18, 2021
  • Today, October 18th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 117 new positive cases. There are 29 new cases on Hawaii Island, 13 on Kauai, 54 on Oahu, 13 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 82511 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 57002; Maui: 9359; Lanai: 141; Molokai: 237; Kauai: 2489; Hawaii island: 10713; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2570; and cases pending, 0. 876 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4592 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1991 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 70.2% as of October 18, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 17th, a total of 28,195 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,737 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 9,520 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5434 arrivals on Oahu, 4725 arrivals on Maui, 1871 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1707 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 4,562,215 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 2,004,467 travelers to Oahu, 1,557,833 travelers to Maui, 615,065 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 384,674 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - October 17, 2021
  • Today, October 17th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 144 new positive cases. There are 39 new cases on Hawaii Island, 11 on Kauai, 76 on Oahu, 8 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 9 out of state for a cumulative total of 82394 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 56948; Maui: 9346; Lanai: 141; Molokai: 237; Kauai: 2476; Hawaii island: 10684; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2562; and cases pending, 0. 872 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4587 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2051 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 70% as of October 17, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 16th, a total of 30,655 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 19,336 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 6,002 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7361 arrivals on Oahu, 6567 arrivals on Maui, 2766 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2642 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of October 10th - October 16th

Updates for Saturday - October 16, 2021
  • Today, October 16th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 140 new positive cases. There are 38 new cases on Hawaii Island, 10 on Kauai, 72 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 82250 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 56872; Maui: 9338; Lanai: 140; Molokai: 237; Kauai: 2465; Hawaii island: 10645; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2553; and cases pending, 0. 866 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4575 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2208 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 70% as of October 16, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 15th, a total of 27,100 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,672 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,939 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7095 arrivals on Oahu, 5191 arrivals on Maui, 2252 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2134 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - October 15, 2021
  • Today, October 15th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 156 new positive cases. There are 34 new cases on Hawaii Island, 11 on Kauai, 92 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 82110 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 56800; Maui: 9324; Lanai: 140; Molokai: 236; Kauai: 2455; Hawaii island: 10607; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2548; and cases pending, 0. 862 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4569 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2337 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 70% as of October 15, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 14th, a total of 25,804 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,907 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,108 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6999 arrivals on Oahu, 4895 arrivals on Maui, 2140 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1873 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - October 14, 2021
  • Today, October 14th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 164 new positive cases. There are 46 new cases on Hawaii Island, 8 on Kauai, 87 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 81954 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 56708; Maui: 9310; Lanai: 140; Molokai: 236; Kauai: 2444; Hawaii island: 10573; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2543; and cases pending, 0. 857 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4552 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2543 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 69.9% as of October 14, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 13th, a total of 23,596 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,261 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,915 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6048 arrivals on Oahu, 4655 arrivals on Maui, 1785 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1773 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - October 13, 2021
  • Today, October 13th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 127 new positive cases. There are 29 new cases on Hawaii Island, 5 on Kauai, 68 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 14 out of state for a cumulative total of 81790 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 56621; Maui: 9296; Lanai: 140; Molokai: 235; Kauai: 2436; Hawaii island: 10527; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2535; and cases pending, 0. 851 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4536 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2716 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 69.8% as of October 13, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 12th, a total of 21,840 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,888 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 5,001 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4890 arrivals on Oahu, 3941 arrivals on Maui, 1654 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1403 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - October 12, 2021
  • Today, October 12th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 49 new positive cases. There are 6 new cases on Hawaii Island, 4 on Kauai, 36 on Oahu, 2 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 0 out of state for a cumulative total of 81663 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 56553; Maui: 9285; Lanai: 140; Molokai: 235; Kauai: 2431; Hawaii island: 10498; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2521; and cases pending, 0. 845 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4518 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2834 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 69.6% as of October 12, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 11th, a total of 22,664 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,812 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 5,848 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5168 arrivals on Oahu, 3695 arrivals on Maui, 1481 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1468 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - October 11, 2021
  • Today, October 11th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 113 new positive cases. There are 18 new cases on Hawaii Island, 10 on Kauai, 69 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 81614 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 56517; Maui: 9283; Lanai: 140; Molokai: 234; Kauai: 2427; Hawaii island: 10492; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2521; and cases pending, 0. 845 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4510 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 3012 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 69.6% as of October 11, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 10th, a total of 22,518 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,335 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,062 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5710 arrivals on Oahu, 4383 arrivals on Maui, 1559 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1683 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 4,458,602 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1,961,472 travelers to Oahu, 1,524,164 travelers to Maui, 601,116 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 371,674 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Saturday - October 10, 2021
  • Today, October 10th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 218 new positive cases. There are 34 new cases on Hawaii Island, 28 on Kauai, 121 on Oahu, 16 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 18 out of state for a cumulative total of 81501 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 56448; Maui: 9273; Lanai: 140; Molokai: 234; Kauai: 2417; Hawaii island: 10474; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2515; and cases pending, 0. 841 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4498 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 3155 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 69.3% as of October 10, 2021.
  • Yesterday, October 9th, a total of 25,631 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 18,152 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,295 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7265 arrivals on Oahu, 6207 arrivals on Maui, 2289 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2391 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of October 3rd - October 9th

Updates for Saturday - October 9, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 69.3% as of October 9, 2021.
  • Today, October 9th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 196 new positive cases. There are 49 new cases on Hawaii Island, 9 on Kauai, 114 on Oahu, 16 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 81283 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 56327; Maui: 9257; Lanai: 140; Molokai: 233; Kauai: 2389; Hawaii island: 10440; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2497; and cases pending, 0. 837 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4487 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 3331 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, October 8th, a total of 23,979 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,826 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,447 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6891 arrivals on Oahu, 5233 arrivals on Maui, 1819 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1883 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - October 8, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 69.3% as of October 8, 2021.
  • Today, October 8th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 201 new positive cases. There are 39 new cases on Hawaii Island, 7 on Kauai, 126 on Oahu, 19 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 9 out of state for a cumulative total of 81087 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 56213; Maui: 9241; Lanai: 140; Molokai: 232; Kauai: 2380; Hawaii island: 10391; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2490; and cases pending, 0. 833 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4477 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 3544 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, October 7th, a total of 23,745 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,602 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,206 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7145 arrivals on Oahu, 5110 arrivals on Maui, 1617 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1730 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - October 7, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 69.2% as of October 7, 2021.
  • Today, October 7th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 304 new positive cases. There are 54 new cases on Hawaii Island, 28 on Kauai, 166 on Oahu, 30 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 26 out of state for a cumulative total of 80886 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 56087; Maui: 9222; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 232; Kauai: 2373; Hawaii island: 10352; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2481; and cases pending, 0. 826 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4444 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 3744 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, October 6th, a total of 20,317 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,802 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,502 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5760 arrivals on Oahu, 4308 arrivals on Maui, 1245 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1489 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - October 6, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 69% as of October 6, 2021.
  • Today, October 6th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 168 new positive cases. There are 34 new cases on Hawaii Island, 11 on Kauai, 100 on Oahu, 18 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 80582 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 55921; Maui: 9192; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 232; Kauai: 2345; Hawaii island: 10298; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2455; and cases pending, 0. 818 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4422 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 3883 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, October 5th, a total of 19,920 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,422 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,605 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4899 arrivals on Oahu, 3940 arrivals on Maui, 1060 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1523 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - October 5, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 68.7% as of October 5, 2021.
  • Today, October 5th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 91 new positive cases. There are 15 new cases on Hawaii Island, 7 on Kauai, 53 on Oahu, 12 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 80414 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 55821; Maui: 9174; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 231; Kauai: 2334; Hawaii island: 10264; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2451; and cases pending, 0. 811 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4394 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 4035 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, October 4th, a total of 21,437 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,060 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,362 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5216 arrivals on Oahu, 4070 arrivals on Maui, 1295 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1479 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - October 4, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 68.2% as of October 4, 2021.
  • Today, October 4th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 195 new positive cases. There are 40 new cases on Hawaii Island, 14 on Kauai, 118 on Oahu, 16 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 80323 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 55768; Maui: 9162; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 231; Kauai: 2327; Hawaii island: 10249; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2447; and cases pending, 0. 811 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4382 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 4238 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, October 3rd, a total of 21,988 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,351 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,890 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5567 arrivals on Oahu, 4659 arrivals on Maui, 1375 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1750 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 4,359,403 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1,918,586 travelers to Oahu, 1,490,913 travelers to Maui, 590,232 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 359,496 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - October 3, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 68% as of October 3, 2021.
  • Today, October 3rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 277 new positive cases. There are 65 new cases on Hawaii Island, 29 on Kauai, 161 on Oahu, 21 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 80128 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 55650; Maui: 9146; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 231; Kauai: 2313; Hawaii island: 10209; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2440; and cases pending, 0. 808 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4371 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 4460 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, October 2nd, a total of 24,968 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 17,990 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,255 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7205 arrivals on Oahu, 6017 arrivals on Maui, 2315 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2453 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of September 26th - October 2nd

Updates for Saturday - October 2, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 68% as of October 2, 2021.
  • Today, October 2nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 279 new positive cases. There are 47 new cases on Hawaii Island, 16 on Kauai, 179 on Oahu, 26 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 79851 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 55489; Maui: 9125; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 231; Kauai: 2284; Hawaii island: 10144; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2439; and cases pending, 0. 801 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4352 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 4653 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, October 1st, a total of 24,167 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,344 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,236 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7090 arrivals on Oahu, 5323 arrivals on Maui, 1832 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2099 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - October 1, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 68% as of October 1, 2021.
  • Today, October 1st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 366 new positive cases. There are 91 new cases on Hawaii Island, 13 on Kauai, 212 on Oahu, 39 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 4 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 79572 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 55310; Maui: 9099; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 230; Kauai: 2268; Hawaii island: 10097; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2429; and cases pending, 0. 789 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4333 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 4883 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 30th, a total of 21,909 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,428 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,941 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5867 arrivals on Oahu, 4454 arrivals on Maui, 1564 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1543 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - September 30, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 67.9% as of September 30, 2021.
  • Today, September 30th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 332 new positive cases. There are 56 new cases on Hawaii Island, 19 on Kauai, 220 on Oahu, 30 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 2 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 79206 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 55098; Maui: 9060; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 226; Kauai: 2255; Hawaii island: 10006; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2422; and cases pending, 0. 782 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4310 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 5130 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 29th, a total of 19,169 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,319 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,987 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4960 arrivals on Oahu, 3674 arrivals on Maui, 1231 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1454 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - September 29, 2021
  • Kilauea began erupting on the Big Island of Hawaii for the first time since May 2021. More information can be found on our Eruption Updates page.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 67.8% as of September 29, 2021.
  • Today, September 29th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 230 new positive cases. There are 37 new cases on Hawaii Island, 13 on Kauai, 144 on Oahu, 18 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 2 on Molokai, and 16 out of state for a cumulative total of 78874 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 54878; Maui: 9030; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 224; Kauai: 2236; Hawaii island: 9950; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2417; and cases pending, 0. 770 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4310 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 5388 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 28th, a total of 18,278 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 9,464 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,219 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4091 arrivals on Oahu, 3110 arrivals on Maui, 1110 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1153 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - September 28, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 67.8% as of September 28, 2021.
  • Today, September 28th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 240 new positive cases. There are 24 new cases on Hawaii Island, 8 on Kauai, 193 on Oahu, 12 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 78644 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 54734; Maui: 9012; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 222; Kauai: 2223; Hawaii island: 9913; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2401; and cases pending, 0. 757 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4273 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 5631 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 27th, a total of 20,162 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,505 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 5,027 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4684 arrivals on Oahu, 3296 arrivals on Maui, 1156 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1369 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - September 27, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 67.7% as of September 27, 2021.
  • Today, September 27th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 255 new positive cases. There are 32 new cases on Hawaii Island, 33 on Kauai, 162 on Oahu, 17 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 4 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 78404 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 54541; Maui: 9000; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 222; Kauai: 2215; Hawaii island: 9889; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2398; and cases pending, 0. 757 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4249 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 5788 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 26th, a total of 19,704 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,927 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,501 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4788 arrivals on Oahu, 3623 arrivals on Maui, 1168 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1348 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 4267002 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1879122 travelers to Oahu, 1460380 travelers to Maui, 579649 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 347675 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - September 26, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 67.2% as of September 26, 2021.
  • Today, September 26th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 372 new positive cases. There are 54 new cases on Hawaii Island, 32 on Kauai, 240 on Oahu, 40 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 78149 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 54379; Maui: 8983; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 218; Kauai: 2182; Hawaii island: 9857; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2391; and cases pending, 0. 757 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4229 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 6018 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 25th, a total of 22,443 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,362 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,491 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6233 arrivals on Oahu, 5018 arrivals on Maui, 1911 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2200 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of September 19th - September 25th

Updates for Saturday - September 25, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 67.2% as of September 25, 2021.
  • Today, September 25th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 408 new positive cases. There are 66 new cases on Hawaii Island, 19 on Kauai, 275 on Oahu, 32 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 2 on Molokai, and 14 out of state for a cumulative total of 77777 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 54139; Maui: 8943; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 217; Kauai: 2150; Hawaii island: 9803; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2386; and cases pending, 0. 747 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4214 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 6369 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 24th, a total of 20,685 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,306 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,535 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5726 arrivals on Oahu, 4268 arrivals on Maui, 1563 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1749 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - September 24, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 67.2% as of September 24, 2021.
  • Today, September 24th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 403 new positive cases. There are 68 new cases on Hawaii Island, 27 on Kauai, 248 on Oahu, 45 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 3 on Molokai, and 12 out of state for a cumulative total of 77369 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 53864; Maui: 8911; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 215; Kauai: 2131; Hawaii island: 9737; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2372; and cases pending, 0. 747 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4187 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 6777 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 23rd, a total of 21,448 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,155 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,315 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6560 arrivals on Oahu, 4450 arrivals on Maui, 1624 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1521 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - September 23, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 67% as of September 23, 2021.
  • Today, September 23rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 445 new positive cases. There are 81 new cases on Hawaii Island, 30 on Kauai, 267 on Oahu, 52 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 7 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 76966 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 53616; Maui: 8866; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 212; Kauai: 2104; Hawaii island: 9669; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2360; and cases pending, 0. 738 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4167 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 7117 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 22nd, a total of 20,224 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,726 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,680 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5638 arrivals on Oahu, 4128 arrivals on Maui, 1557 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1403 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - September 22, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 66.8% as of September 22, 2021.
  • Today, September 22nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 330 new positive cases. There are 38 new cases on Hawaii Island, 29 on Kauai, 216 on Oahu, 43 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 2 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 76521 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 53349; Maui: 8814; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 205; Kauai: 2074; Hawaii island: 9588; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2352; and cases pending, 0. 726 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4136 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 7106 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 21st, a total of 19,047 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,740 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,634 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4698 arrivals on Oahu, 3490 arrivals on Maui, 1226 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1326 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - September 21, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 66.6% as of September 21, 2021.
  • Today, September 21st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 280 new positive cases. There are 39 new cases on Hawaii Island, 16 on Kauai, 197 on Oahu, 21 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 76191 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 53133; Maui: 8771; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 203; Kauai: 2045; Hawaii island: 9550; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2350; and cases pending, 0. 714 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4089 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 7197 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 20th, a total of 21,342 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,856 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,398 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5216 arrivals on Oahu, 3734 arrivals on Maui, 1426 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1480 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - September 20, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 66.5% as of September 20, 2021.
  • Today, September 20th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 431 new positive cases. There are 59 new cases on Hawaii Island, 32 on Kauai, 290 on Oahu, 38 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 12 out of state for a cumulative total of 75911 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 52936; Maui: 8750; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 202; Kauai: 2029; Hawaii island: 9511; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2344; and cases pending, 0. 714 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4068 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 7431 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 19th, a total of 21,650 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,726 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,936 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5599 arrivals on Oahu, 4148 arrivals on Maui, 1462 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1517 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 4,177,930 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1,840,263 travelers to Oahu, 1,431,669 travelers to Maui, 569,174 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 336,648 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - September 19, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 66.1% as of September 19, 2021.
  • Today, September 19th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 474 new positive cases. There are 77 new cases on Hawaii Island, 45 on Kauai, 297 on Oahu, 36 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 6 on Molokai, and 13 out of state for a cumulative total of 75480 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 52646; Maui: 8712; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 202; Kauai: 1997; Hawaii island: 9452; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2332; and cases pending, 0. 714 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4036 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 7725 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 18th, a total of 23,516 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,472 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,267 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6795 arrivals on Oahu, 5435 arrivals on Maui, 2119 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2123 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of September 12th - September 18th

Updates for Saturday - September 18, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 66.1% as of September 18, 2021.
  • Today, September 18th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 569 new positive cases. There are 79 new cases on Hawaii Island, 46 on Kauai, 367 on Oahu, 50 on Maui, 2 on Lanai, 6 on Molokai, and 19 out of state for a cumulative total of 75006 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 52349; Maui: 8676; Lanai: 139; Molokai: 196; Kauai: 1952; Hawaii island: 9375; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2319; and cases pending, 0. 702 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 4001 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 7982 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 17th, a total of 22,315 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,667 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,534 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6517 arrivals on Oahu, 4742 arrivals on Maui, 1689 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1719 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - September 17, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 66.1% as of September 17, 2021.
  • Today, September 17th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 581 new positive cases. There are 89 new cases on Hawaii Island, 39 on Kauai, 369 on Oahu, 69 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 14 out of state for a cumulative total of 74437 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 51982; Maui: 8626; Lanai: 137; Molokai: 190; Kauai: 1906; Hawaii island: 9296; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2300; and cases pending, 0. 694 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3981 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 8285 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 16th, a total of 22,412 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,701 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,257 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6999 arrivals on Oahu, 4345 arrivals on Maui, 1717 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1640 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - September 16, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 65.9% as of September 16, 2021.
  • Today, September 16th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 588 new positive cases. There are 96 new cases on Hawaii Island, 38 on Kauai, 388 on Oahu, 53 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 4 on Molokai, and 9 out of state for a cumulative total of 73856 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 51613; Maui: 8557; Lanai: 137; Molokai: 189; Kauai: 1867; Hawaii island: 9207; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2286; and cases pending, 0. 679 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3980 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 8533 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 15th, a total of 20,281 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,816 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,508 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5661 arrivals on Oahu, 4158 arrivals on Maui, 1536 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1461 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - September 15, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 65.8% as of September 15, 2021.
  • Today, September 15th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 493 new positive cases. There are 89 new cases on Hawaii Island, 19 on Kauai, 314 on Oahu, 62 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 3 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 73268 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 51225; Maui: 8504; Lanai: 137; Molokai: 185; Kauai: 1829; Hawaii island: 9111; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2277; and cases pending, 0. 671 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3945 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 8967 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 14th, a total of 18,004 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,014 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,289 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4295 arrivals on Oahu, 3205 arrivals on Maui, 1201 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1313 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - September 14, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 65.6% as of September 14, 2021.
  • Today, September 14th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 423 new positive cases. There are 41 new cases on Hawaii Island, 14 on Kauai, 338 on Oahu, 23 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 5 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 72775 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 50911; Maui: 8442; Lanai: 137; Molokai: 182; Kauai: 1810; Hawaii island: 9022; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2271; and cases pending, 0. 660 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3883 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 8887 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 13th, a total of 19,223 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,851 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,477 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4907 arrivals on Oahu, 3422 arrivals on Maui, 1229 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1293 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - September 13, 2021
  • Oahu's 'Vaccine Pass' program begins today. For entry into all establishments, an Oahu patron must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 65.5% as of September 13, 2021.
  • Today, September 13th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 461 new positive cases. There are 82 new cases on Hawaii Island, 27 on Kauai, 311 on Oahu, 32 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 2 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 72352 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 50573; Maui: 8419; Lanai: 137; Molokai: 177; Kauai: 1796; Hawaii island: 8981; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2269; and cases pending, 0. 660 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3862 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 9051 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 12th, a total of 19,688 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,914 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,113 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,827 arrivals on Oahu, 3,528 arrivals on Maui, 1,205 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1,354 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 4,085,683 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1,799,490 travelers to Oahu, 1,402,214 travelers to Maui, 558,221 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 325,582 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - September 12, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 64.9% as of September 12, 2021.
  • Today, September 12th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 735 new positive cases. There are 111 new cases on Hawaii Island, 56 on Kauai, 484 on Oahu, 57 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 5 on Molokai, and 22 out of state for a cumulative total of 71891 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 50262; Maui: 8387; Lanai: 137; Molokai: 175; Kauai: 1769; Hawaii island: 8899; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2262; and cases pending, 0. 660 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3848 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 9343 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 11th, a total of 20,691 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,337 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,032 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5562 arrivals on Oahu, 5022 arrivals on Maui, 1766 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1987 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of September 5th - September 11th

Updates for Saturday - September 11, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 64.9% as of September 11, 2021.
  • Today, September 11th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 836 new positive cases. There are 106 new cases on Hawaii Island, 32 on Kauai, 606 on Oahu, 80 on Maui, 3 on Lanai, 2 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 71156 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 49778; Maui: 8330; Lanai: 137; Molokai: 170; Kauai: 1713; Hawaii island: 8788; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2240; and cases pending, 0. 653 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3822 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 10218 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 10th, a total of 21,797 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,426 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,271 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6927 arrivals on Oahu, 4242 arrivals on Maui, 1462 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1795 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - September 10, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 64.9% as of September 10, 2021.
  • Today, September 10th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 747 new positive cases. There are 140 new cases on Hawaii Island, 43 on Kauai, 456 on Oahu, 100 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 2 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 70320 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 49172; Maui: 8250; Lanai: 134; Molokai: 168; Kauai: 1681; Hawaii island: 8682; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2233; and cases pending, 0. 641 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3805 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 10377 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 9th, a total of 21,295 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,984 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,963 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6721 arrivals on Oahu, 4199 arrivals on Maui, 1510 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1554 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - September 9, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 64.8% as of September 9, 2021.
  • Today, September 9th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 429 new positive cases. There are 52 new cases on Hawaii Island, 33 on Kauai, 273 on Oahu, 63 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 69573 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 48716; Maui: 8150; Lanai: 134; Molokai: 166; Kauai: 1638; Hawaii island: 8542; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2227; and cases pending, 0. 633 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3822 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 10582 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 8th, a total of 19,654 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,454 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,496 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5801 arrivals on Oahu, 3881 arrivals on Maui, 1316 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1456 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - September 8, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 64.7% as of September 8, 2021.
  • Today, September 8th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 380 new positive cases. There are 95 new cases on Hawaii Island, 19 on Kauai, 203 on Oahu, 54 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 9 out of state for a cumulative total of 69144 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 48443; Maui: 8087; Lanai: 134; Molokai: 166; Kauai: 1605; Hawaii island: 8490; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2219; and cases pending, 0. 626 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3794 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 11067 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 7th, a total of 20,278 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,155 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,213 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4834 arrivals on Oahu, 3556 arrivals on Maui, 1409 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1356 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - September 7, 2021
  • Beginning September 15, 2021, vaccine cards will be required to dine indoors at Maui restaurants. Maui County Mayor Michael Victorino has said, "Customers will be required to show vaccination, vaccination cards, or some sort of verification. And those who don't have it, if they have outside seating, they're allowed to sit outside and/or takeout."
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. Updates were made for CVS, but no major changes. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 64.4% as of September 7, 2021.
  • Today, September 7th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 499 new positive cases. There are 50 new cases on Hawaii Island, 45 on Kauai, 364 on Oahu, 38 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 68764 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 48240; Maui: 8033; Lanai: 134; Molokai: 166; Kauai: 1586; Hawaii island: 8395; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2210; and cases pending, 0. 626 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3687 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 11265 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 6th, a total of 20,272 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,830 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,972 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4927 arrivals on Oahu, 3576 arrivals on Maui, 1159 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1168 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - September 6, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 64.3% as of September 6, 2021.
  • Today, September 6th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 756 new positive cases. There are 119 new cases on Hawaii Island, 65 on Kauai, 473 on Oahu, 85 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 14 out of state for a cumulative total of 68265 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 47876; Maui: 7995; Lanai: 134; Molokai: 166; Kauai: 1541; Hawaii island: 8345; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2208; and cases pending, 0. 626 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3676 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 11293 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 5th, a total of 20,784 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,910 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,251 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6031 arrivals on Oahu, 4055 arrivals on Maui, 1340 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1484 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 4008413 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1764818 travelers to Oahu, 1377786 travelers to Maui, 549553 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 316080 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - September 5, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 63.8% as of September 5, 2021.
  • Today, September 5th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 731 new positive cases. There are 100 new cases on Hawaii Island, 29 on Kauai, 510 on Oahu, 78 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 13 out of state for a cumulative total of 67509 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 47403; Maui: 7910; Lanai: 134; Molokai: 166; Kauai: 1476; Hawaii island: 8226; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2194; and cases pending, 0. 624 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3675 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 11206 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 4th, a total of 26,295 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 19,254 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,887 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8685 arrivals on Oahu, 5925 arrivals on Maui, 2320 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2324 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of August 29th - September 4th

Updates for Saturday - September 4, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 63.8% as of September 4, 2021.
  • Today, September 4th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 888 new positive cases. There are 128 new cases on Hawaii Island, 39 on Kauai, 562 on Oahu, 141 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 4 on Molokai, and 13 out of state for a cumulative total of 66778 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 46893; Maui: 7832; Lanai: 133; Molokai: 166; Kauai: 1447; Hawaii island: 8126; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2181; and cases pending, 0. 614 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3661 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 11331 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 3rd, a total of 27,522 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 19,635 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,104 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9437 arrivals on Oahu, 5717 arrivals on Maui, 2253 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2228 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - September 3, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 63.8% as of September 3, 2021.
  • Today, September 3rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 865 new positive cases. There are 131 new cases on Hawaii Island, 42 on Kauai, 552 on Oahu, 137 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 65890 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 46331; Maui: 7691; Lanai: 132; Molokai: 162; Kauai: 1408; Hawaii island: 7998; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2168; and cases pending, 0. 613 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3613 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 11257 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 2nd, a total of 26,714 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 18,645 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,122 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8636 arrivals on Oahu, 5642 arrivals on Maui, 2245 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2122 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - September 2, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 63.6% as of September 2, 2021.
  • Today, September 2nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 1,068 new positive cases. There are 169 new cases on Hawaii Island, 39 on Kauai, 724 on Oahu, 128 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 65025 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 45779; Maui: 7554; Lanai: 132; Molokai: 162; Kauai: 1366; Hawaii island: 7867; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2165; and cases pending, 0. 606 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3578 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 11225 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, September 1st, a total of 26,730 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 18,324 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,493 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8166 arrivals on Oahu, 5862 arrivals on Maui, 2316 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1980 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - September 1, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 63.4% as of September 1, 2021.
  • Today, September 1st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 455 new positive cases. There are 64 new cases on Hawaii Island, 37 on Kauai, 291 on Oahu, 51 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 3 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 63957 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 45055; Maui: 7426; Lanai: 132; Molokai: 162; Kauai: 1327; Hawaii island: 7698; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2157; and cases pending, 0. 602 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3576 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 10911 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 31st, a total of 18,773 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,189 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,701 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4573 arrivals on Oahu, 3355 arrivals on Maui, 1078 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1183 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - August 31, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 63.3% as of August 31, 2021.
  • Today, August 31st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 553 new positive cases. There are 65 new cases on Hawaii Island, 13 on Kauai, 430 on Oahu, 37 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 63502 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 44764; Maui: 7375; Lanai: 131; Molokai: 159; Kauai: 1290; Hawaii island: 7634; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2149; and cases pending, 0. 589 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3506 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 11045 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 30th, a total of 19,104 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,352 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,153 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4846 arrivals on Oahu, 3288 arrivals on Maui, 1191 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1027 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - August 30, 2021
  • According to Hawaii News Now, beginning September 13, 2021, all customers wishing to enter Oahu restaurants, bars, gyms, and other Oahu establishments will need to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test. More details about this new program can be found on our page for Hawaii Vaccine Passports →
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 63.1% as of August 30, 2021.
  • Today, August 30th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 720 new positive cases. There are 139 new cases on Hawaii Island, 34 on Kauai, 468 on Oahu, 73 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 62949 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 44334; Maui: 7338; Lanai: 131; Molokai: 159; Kauai: 1277; Hawaii island: 7569; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2141; and cases pending, 0. 589 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3446 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 10946 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 29th, a total of 19,788 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,075 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,241 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4927 arrivals on Oahu, 3654 arrivals on Maui, 1171 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1323 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 3,888,274 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1,709,517 travelers to Oahu, 1,340,366 travelers to Maui, 535,651 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 302,564 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - August 29, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 62.6% as of August 29, 2021.
  • Today, August 29th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 1,678* new positive cases; that's the highest number of recorded cases in Hawaii since COVID-19 tracking began in 2020. *Some cases were included as part of a backlog, likely increasing the total number of daily cases. There are 214 new cases on Hawaii Island, 55 on Kauai, 1239 on Oahu, 147 on Maui, 2 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 20 out of state for a cumulative total of 62229 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 43866; Maui: 7265; Lanai: 131; Molokai: 159; Kauai: 1243; Hawaii island: 7430; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2135; and cases pending, 0. 589 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3444 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 10817 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 28th, a total of 24,549 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 17,308 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,478 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7278 arrivals on Oahu, 5750 arrivals on Maui, 2101 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2179 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of August 22nd - August 28th

Updates for Saturday - August 28, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 62.6% as of August 28, 2021.
  • Today, August 28th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 938 new positive cases. There are 116 new cases on Hawaii Island, 31 on Kauai, 693 on Oahu, 87 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 11 out of state for a cumulative total of 60551 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 42627; Maui: 7118; Lanai: 129; Molokai: 158; Kauai: 1188; Hawaii island: 7216; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2115; and cases pending, 0. 587 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3370 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 9937 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 27th, a total of 21,573 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,408 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,426 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6472 arrivals on Oahu, 4511 arrivals on Maui, 1714 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1711 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - August 27, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 62.6% as of August 27, 2021.
  • Today, August 27th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 1,035 new positive cases. There are 184 new cases on Hawaii Island, 38 on Kauai, 672 on Oahu, 120 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 3 on Molokai, and 18 out of state for a cumulative total of 59613 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 41934; Maui: 7031; Lanai: 129; Molokai: 158; Kauai: 1157; Hawaii island: 7100; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2104; and cases pending, 0. 582 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3359 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 9790 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 26th, a total of 24,301 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,574 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,298 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7840 arrivals on Oahu, 5180 arrivals on Maui, 1850 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1704 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - August 26, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 62.3% as of August 26, 2021.
  • Today, August 26th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 831 new positive cases. There are 176 new cases on Hawaii Island, 32 on Kauai, 511 on Oahu, 102 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 2 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 58578 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 41262; Maui: 6911; Lanai: 129; Molokai: 155; Kauai: 1119; Hawaii island: 6916; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2086; and cases pending, 0. 573 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3288 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 9952 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 25th, a total of 22,555 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,958 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,703 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7636 arrivals on Oahu, 4297 arrivals on Maui, 1616 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1409 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - August 25, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 62.3% as of August 25, 2021.
  • Today, August 25th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 625 new positive cases. There are 84 new cases on Hawaii Island, 39 on Kauai, 330 on Oahu, 49 on Maui, 2 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 9 out of state for a cumulative total of 57747 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 40751; Maui: 6809; Lanai: 128; Molokai: 153; Kauai: 1087; Hawaii island: 6740; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2079; and cases pending, 0. 573 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3251 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 9633 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 24th, a total of 22,330 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,783 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,424 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6477 arrivals on Oahu, 4246 arrivals on Maui, 1507 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1553 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - August 24, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 62.1% as of August 24, 2021.
  • Today, August 24th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 565 new positive cases. There are 100 new cases on Hawaii Island, 17 on Kauai, 370 on Oahu, 70 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 57235 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 40421; Maui: 6760; Lanai: 126; Molokai: 154; Kauai: 1048; Hawaii island: 6656; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2070; and cases pending, 0. 565 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3220 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 9520 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 23rd, a total of 26,027 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,897 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,965 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8110 arrivals on Oahu, 5097 arrivals on Maui, 1967 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1723 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - August 23, 2021
  • Today, Hawaii Governor David Ige called upon Hawaii residents and visitors to delay all non-essential travel through the end of October 2021 due to the recent, accelerated surge in COVID-19 cases that are now overburdening the state's health care facilities and resources.
  • The Star-Advertiser has also now noted that tougher restrictions may be re-implemented for Hawaii travelers and residents.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 62% as of August 23, 2021.
  • Today, August 23th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 571 new positive cases. There are 107 new cases on Hawaii Island, 23 on Kauai, 359 on Oahu, 79 on Maui, 2 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 56670 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 40051; Maui: 6690; Lanai: 126; Molokai: 154; Kauai: 1031; Hawaii island: 6556; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2062; and cases pending, 0. 564 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3211 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 9389 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 22th, a total of 26,461 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,675 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,920 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7626 arrivals on Oahu, 5015 arrivals on Maui, 2249 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1784 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 3720796 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1631948 travelers to Oahu, 1288667 travelers to Maui, 515855 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 284150 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - August 22, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 61.7% as of August 22, 2021.
  • Today, August 22th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 893 new positive cases. There are 158 new cases on Hawaii Island, 37 on Kauai, 596 on Oahu, 83 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 11 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 56099 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 39692; Maui: 6611; Lanai: 124; Molokai: 154; Kauai: 1008; Hawaii island: 6449; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2061; and cases pending, 0. 564 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3204 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 9244 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 21st, a total of 30,928 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,585 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,039 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9639 arrivals on Oahu, 7257 arrivals on Maui, 2957 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2732 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of August 15th - August 21st

Updates for Saturday - August 21, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 61.7% as of August 21, 2021.
  • Today, August 21st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 763 new positive cases. There are 126 new cases on Hawaii Island, 26 on Kauai, 469 on Oahu, 123 on Maui, 3 on Lanai, 5 on Molokai, and 11 out of state for a cumulative total of 55206 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 39096; Maui: 6528; Lanai: 124; Molokai: 143; Kauai: 971; Hawaii island: 6291; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2053; and cases pending, 0. 563 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3176 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 9007 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 20th, a total of 28,236 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 19,487 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,783 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9148 arrivals on Oahu, 5818 arrivals on Maui, 2382 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2139 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - August 20, 2021
  • According to khon2.com news, Hawaii's mayors and the Governor are considering bringing back some restrictions due to the surge in COVID-19 cases throughout Hawaii. This includes the possibility of some new restrictions and rules; vaccine passports remain a possibility, as does the return of the pre-travel testing program for travelers.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 61.7% as of August 20, 2021.
  • Today, August 20th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 845 new positive cases. There are 162 new cases on Hawaii Island, 26 on Kauai, 548 on Oahu, 97 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 3 on Molokai, and 9 out of state for a cumulative total of 54443 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 38627; Maui: 6405; Lanai: 121; Molokai: 138; Kauai: 945; Hawaii island: 6165; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2042; and cases pending, 0. 562 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3149 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 8842 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 19th, a total of 29,150 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 20,403 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,436 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10042 arrivals on Oahu, 5889 arrivals on Maui, 2531 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1941 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - August 19, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 61.6% as of August 19, 2021.
  • Today, August 19th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 752 new positive cases. There are 163 new cases on Hawaii Island, 25 on Kauai, 426 on Oahu, 125 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 4 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 53598 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 38079; Maui: 6308; Lanai: 121; Molokai: 135; Kauai: 919; Hawaii island: 6003; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2033; and cases pending, 0. 558 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3138 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 8662 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 18th, a total of 27,769 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 18,963 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,771 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9524 arrivals on Oahu, 5422 arrivals on Maui, 2115 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1902 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - August 18, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 61.5% as of August 18, 2021.
  • Today, August 18th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 647 new positive cases. There are 87 new cases on Hawaii Island, 26 on Kauai, 431 on Oahu, 96 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 52846 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 37653; Maui: 6183; Lanai: 120; Molokai: 131; Kauai: 894; Hawaii island: 5840; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2025; and cases pending, 0. 554 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3078 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 8536 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 17th, a total of 26,528 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,995 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,267 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8187 arrivals on Oahu, 5153 arrivals on Maui, 1890 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1765 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - August 17, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 61.5% as of August 17, 2021.
  • Today, August 17th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 460 new positive cases. There are 84 new cases on Hawaii Island, 15 on Kauai, 330 on Oahu, 21 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 2 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 52199 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 37222; Maui: 6087; Lanai: 120; Molokai: 130; Kauai: 868; Hawaii island: 5753; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2019; and cases pending, 0. 552 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3039 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 8238 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 16th, a total of 30,136 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 19,830 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,754 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9328 arrivals on Oahu, 6082 arrivals on Maui, 2542 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1878 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - August 16, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 61.3% as of August 16, 2021.
  • Today, August 16th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 539 new positive cases. There are 80 new cases on Hawaii Island, 14 on Kauai, 376 on Oahu, 49 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 3 on Molokai, and 17 out of state for a cumulative total of 51739 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 36892; Maui: 6066; Lanai: 119; Molokai: 128; Kauai: 853; Hawaii island: 5669; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 2012; and cases pending, 0. 552 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3034 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 8165 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 15th, a total of 31,474 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 20,977 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,203 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9572 arrivals on Oahu, 6662 arrivals on Maui, 2656 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2087 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 3,648,333 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1,597,283 travelers to Oahu, 1,266,995 travelers to Maui, 507,059 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 276,821 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - August 15, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 61.2% as of August 15, 2021.
  • Today, August 15th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 845 new positive cases. There are 147 new cases on Hawaii Island, 46 on Kauai, 543 on Oahu, 85 on Maui, 2 on Lanai, 6 on Molokai, and 16 out of state for a cumulative total of 51200 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 36516; Maui: 6017; Lanai: 119; Molokai: 125; Kauai: 839; Hawaii island: 5589; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1995; and cases pending, 0. 552 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3030 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 7998 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 14th, a total of 33,936 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 25,280 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,748 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11021 arrivals on Oahu, 7978 arrivals on Maui, 3424 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2857 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of August 8th - August 14th

Updates for Saturday - August 14, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 61.2% as of August 14, 2021.
  • Today, August 14th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 791 new positive cases. There are 134 new cases on Hawaii Island, 15 on Kauai, 544 on Oahu, 65 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 6 on Molokai, and 27 out of state for a cumulative total of 50355 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 35973; Maui: 5932; Lanai: 117; Molokai: 119; Kauai: 793; Hawaii island: 5442; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1979; and cases pending, 0. 548 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 3000 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 7630 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 13th, a total of 29,819 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,055 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,543 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9921 arrivals on Oahu, 6205 arrivals on Maui, 2613 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2316 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - August 13, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 61.2% as of August 13, 2021.
  • Today, August 13th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 1,167 new positive cases; that's the new highest single day of new cases since tracking began. There are 151 new cases on Hawaii Island, 46 on Kauai, 837 on Oahu, 109 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 6 on Molokai, and 18 out of state for a cumulative total of 49564 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 35429; Maui: 5867; Lanai: 117; Molokai: 113; Kauai: 778; Hawaii island: 5308; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1952; and cases pending, 0. 547 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2971 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 7327 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 12th, a total of 31,974 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,472 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,708 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10982 arrivals on Oahu, 6527 arrivals on Maui, 2629 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2334 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - August 12, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 61.1% as of August 12, 2021.
  • Today, August 12th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 549 new positive cases. There was a reporting change, so the case counts are up dramatically in some locations for today's report. There are 269 new cases on Hawaii Island, 57 on Kauai, 1225 on Oahu, 1101 on Maui, 3 on Lanai, 34 on Molokai, and 80 out of state for a cumulative total of 48397 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 34592; Maui: 5758; Lanai: 117; Molokai: 107; Kauai: 732; Hawaii island: 5157; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1934; and cases pending, 0. 546 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2962 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 6709 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 11th, a total of 30,906 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,866 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,894 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10643 arrivals on Oahu, 6513 arrivals on Maui, 2530 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2180 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - August 11, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 61% as of August 11, 2021.
  • Today, August 11th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 472 new positive cases. There are 69 new cases on Hawaii Island, 17 on Kauai, 290 on Oahu, 47 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 4 on Molokai, and 12 out of state for a cumulative total of 47848 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 33367; Maui: 4657; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 73; Kauai: 675; Hawaii island: 4888; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1854; and cases pending, 0. 545 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2927 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 6352 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 10th, a total of 30,654 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 20,478 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,757 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9576 arrivals on Oahu, 6251 arrivals on Maui, 2410 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2241 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - August 10, 2021
  • On August 10, 2021, Governor Ige announced that in an effort to contain the surge of COVID-19 cases within Hawaii, and to reduce the spread of the highly contagious delta variant, that the state would return to former restrictions on social gatherings.
    • Under the new rules:
      • Social gatherings will be limited to 10 people indoors and 25 outdoors
      • For all high-risk activities - which includes bars, restaurants, gyms, and all social establishments the indoor capacity is set at 50%
        • Patrons must remain seated in parties with at least six feet of distance between all groups
        • Masks must be worn at all times except when either eating or drinking
      • All professional events within Hawaii must comply with all state and county orders. Those with more than 50 people will need to notify and consult with county officials.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 60.9% as of August 10, 2021.
  • Today, August 10th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 436 new positive cases. There are 68 new cases on Hawaii Island, 15 on Kauai, 285 on Oahu, 31 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 3 on Molokai, and 16 out of state for a cumulative total of 47376 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 33077; Maui: 4610; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 69; Kauai: 658; Hawaii island: 4819; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1842; and cases pending, 0. 543 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2851 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 6045 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 9th, a total of 33,034 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,681 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,087 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10678 arrivals on Oahu, 7012 arrivals on Maui, 2882 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2109 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - August 9, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since August 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 60.8% as of August 9, 2021.
  • Today, August 9th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 437 new positive cases. There are 68 new cases on Hawaii Island, 16 on Kauai, 288 on Oahu, 41 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 46940 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 32792; Maui: 4579; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 66; Kauai: 643; Hawaii island: 4751; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1826; and cases pending, 0. 543 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2848 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 5782 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 8th, a total of 32,401 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,387 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,177 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10348 arrivals on Oahu, 6724 arrivals on Maui, 2920 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2395 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - August 8, 2021
  • New domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced for domestic U.S. travelers - AZOVA and Doctors Test Centers; the first new partners to be added in some time. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 60.6% as of August 8, 2021.
  • Today, August 8th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 643 new positive cases. There are 116 new cases on Hawaii Island, 21 on Kauai, 428 on Oahu, 35 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 7 on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 46503 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 32504; Maui: 4538; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 66; Kauai: 627; Hawaii island: 4683; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1821; and cases pending, 0. 542 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2839 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 5508 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 7th, a total of 35,343 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 27,136 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,760 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11903 arrivals on Oahu, 8689 arrivals on Maui, 3680 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2864 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of August 1st - August 7th

Updates for Saturday - August 7, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 60.6% as of August 7, 2021.
  • Today, August 7th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 615 new positive cases. There are 93 new cases on Hawaii Island, 17 on Kauai, 405 on Oahu, 52 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 2 on Molokai, and 13 out of state for a cumulative total of 45860 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 32076; Maui: 4503; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 59; Kauai: 606; Hawaii island: 4567; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1811; and cases pending, 0. 542 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2834 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 5150 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 6th, a total of 32,576 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 24,124 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,723 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11456 arrivals on Oahu, 7066 arrivals on Maui, 3080 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2522 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - August 6, 2021
  • According to Hawaii News Now, due to the surge in local Hawaii COVID-19 cases caused by the Delta variant, local authorities have not ruled out reimposing some COVID-related restrictions. According to khon2 news, that includes the potential reinstatement of pre-travel testing.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 60.6% as of August 6, 2021.
  • Today, August 6th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 628 new positive cases. There are 105 new cases on Hawaii Island, 9 on Kauai, 418 on Oahu, 62 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 20 out of state for a cumulative total of 45245 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 31671; Maui: 4451; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 589; Hawaii island: 4474; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1798; and cases pending, 0. 540 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2814 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 4781 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 5th, a total of 33,400 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 24,007 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,907 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11680 arrivals on Oahu, 6972 arrivals on Maui, 2933 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2422 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - August 5, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 60.5% as of August 5, 2021.
  • Today, August 5th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 655 new positive cases; that's the highest single day of new cases since tracking began. There are 121 new cases on Hawaii Island, 7 on Kauai, 422 on Oahu, 52 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 20 out of state for a cumulative total of 44617 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 31253; Maui: 4389; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 580; Hawaii island: 4369; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1778; and cases pending, 0. 538 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2803 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 4391 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 4th, a total of 33,037 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 23,492 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,421 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11373 arrivals on Oahu, 6791 arrivals on Maui, 2921 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2407 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - August 4, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 60.4% as of August 4, 2021.
  • Today, August 4th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 346 new positive cases. There are 53 new cases on Hawaii Island, 5 on Kauai, 217 on Oahu, 18 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 25 out of state for a cumulative total of 43962 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 30831; Maui: 4337; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 573; Hawaii island: 4248; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1758; and cases pending, 0. 538 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2782 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 3988 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 3rd, a total of 33,488 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,813 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,540 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10839 arrivals on Oahu, 6729 arrivals on Maui, 2916 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2329 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - August 3, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 60.3% as of August 3, 2021.
  • Today, August 3rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 389 new positive cases. There are 65 new cases on Hawaii Island, 6 on Kauai, 266 on Oahu, 34 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 18 out of state for a cumulative total of 43616 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 30614; Maui: 4319; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 568; Hawaii island: 4195; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1733; and cases pending, 0. 538 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2756 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 3802 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 2nd, a total of 34,229 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 23,416 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 5,068 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10578 arrivals on Oahu, 7381 arrivals on Maui, 3103 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2354 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - August 2, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 60.3% as of August 2, 2021.
  • Today, August 2nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 365 new positive cases. There are 74 new cases on Hawaii Island, 11 on Kauai, 219 on Oahu, 41 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 43227 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 30348; Maui: 4285; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 562; Hawaii island: 4130; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1715; and cases pending, 0. 537 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2714 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 3535 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, August 1st, a total of 37,763 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 27,026 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 5,124 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11,909 arrivals on Oahu, 8,341 arrivals on Maui, 3,888 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,888 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 3,326,149 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1,446,713 travelers to Oahu, 1,169,495 travelers to Maui, 466,362 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 243,404 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - August 1, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 60.1% as of August 1, 2021.
  • Today, August 1st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 452 new positive cases. There are 96 new cases on Hawaii Island, 6 on Kauai, 274 on Oahu, 58 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 42862 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 30129; Maui: 4244; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 551; Hawaii island: 4056; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1705; and cases pending, 0. 537 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2710 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 3298 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 31st, a total of 37,893 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 28,409 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,063 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 12,733 arrivals on Oahu, 8,837 arrivals on Maui, 3,784 arrivals on the Big Island, and 3,055 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of July 25th - July 31st

Updates for Saturday - July 31, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 60.1% as of July 31, 2021.
  • Today, July 31st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 485 new positive cases. There are 101 new cases on Hawaii Island, 10 on Kauai, 312 on Oahu, 28 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 17 out of state for a cumulative total of 42410 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 29855; Maui: 4186; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 545; Hawaii island: 3960; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1700; and cases pending, 0. 537 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2708 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2996 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 30th, a total of 35,366 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 24,825 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,634 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11,423 arrivals on Oahu, 7,605 arrivals on Maui, 3,194 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,603 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - July 30, 2021
  • According to khon2 news, a recent Univerisity of Hawaii forecast model predicts the Delta variant of the Coronavirus could potentially spike at 600 cases per day on Oahu alone by mid-November. Those figures are higher than the entire state totals for all of 2021, until today when cases spiked at 622. We're continuing to closely monitor this situation and how it affects both local residents and potential travelers. We'll keep this page and our newsletter updated with the latest we have to share.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 60.1% as of July 30, 2021.
  • Today, July 30th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 622 new positive cases; that figure represents the single largest increase in daily cases within Hawaii this year. There are 106 new cases on Hawaii Island, 8 on Kauai, 357 on Oahu, 48 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 69 out of state for a cumulative total of 41925 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 29543; Maui: 4158; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 535; Hawaii island: 3859; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1683; and cases pending, 0. 537 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2694 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2653 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 29th, a total of 34,449 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 23,479 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,288 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11495 arrivals on Oahu, 6798 arrivals on Maui, 2972 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2214 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - July 29, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 60.0% as of July 29, 2021.
  • Today, July 29th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 234 new positive cases. There are 54 new cases on Hawaii Island, 9 on Kauai, 137 on Oahu, 18 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 41303 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 29186; Maui: 4110; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 527; Hawaii island: 3753; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1614; and cases pending, 0. 534 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2684 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2264 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 28th, a total of 33,415 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,907 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,300 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10858 arrivals on Oahu, 6919 arrivals on Maui, 2865 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2265 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - July 28, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 59.9% as of July 28, 2021.
  • Today, July 28th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 85 new positive cases. There are 14 new cases on Hawaii Island, 3 on Kauai, 46 on Oahu, 12 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 0 out of state for a cumulative total of 41069 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 29049; Maui: 4092; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 518; Hawaii island: 3699; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1613; and cases pending, 0. 532 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2672 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2185 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 27th, a total of 33,238 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,661 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 5,768 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10210 arrivals on Oahu, 6375 arrivals on Maui, 2835 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2241 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - July 27, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 59.8% as of July 27, 2021.
  • Today, July 27th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 162 new positive cases. There are 25 new cases on Hawaii Island, 4 on Kauai, 106 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 15 out of state for a cumulative total of 40984 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 29003; Maui: 4080; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 515; Hawaii island: 3685; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1616; and cases pending, 0. 529 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2657 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2143 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 26th, a total of 33,897 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,873 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 5,224 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10748 arrivals on Oahu, 7006 arrivals on Maui, 2927 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2192 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - July 26, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 59.8% as of July 26, 2021.
  • Today, July 26th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 163 new positive cases. There are 34 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 102 on Oahu, 16 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 40822 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 28897; Maui: 4070; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 511; Hawaii island: 3660; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1601; and cases pending, 0. 529 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2633 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2048 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 25th, a total of 34,894 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 24,137 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 5,229 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11,381 arrivals on Oahu, 7,057 arrivals on Maui, 3,204 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,495 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 3,154,969 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1,367,337 travelers to Oahu, 1,117,614 travelers to Maui, 443,897 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 225,946 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - July 25, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 59.6% as of July 25, 2021.
  • Today, July 25th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 276 new positive casesthat's the highest number of new cases in Hawaii since January 2021. There are 65 new cases on Hawaii Island, 6 on Kauai, 163 on Oahu, 19 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 17 out of state for a cumulative total of 40659 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 28795; Maui: 4054; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 511; Hawaii island: 3626; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1594; and cases pending, 0. 529 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2631 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1953 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 24th, a total of 37,386 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 28,467 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel; that's the highest number of visitor arrivals since Hawaii's reopening in October 2020. There were also 3,465 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 12,573 arrivals on Oahu, 9,037 arrivals on Maui, 3,797 arrivals on the Big Island, and 3,060 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of July 18th - July 24th

Updates for Saturday - July 24, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 59.6% as of July 24, 2021.
  • Today, July 24th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 258 new positive casesthat's the highest number of new cases in Hawaii since January 2021. There are 44 new cases on Hawaii Island, 8 on Kauai, 145 on Oahu, 18 on Maui, 2 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 13 out of state for a cumulative total of 40383 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 28632; Maui: 4035; Lanai: 114; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 505; Hawaii island: 3561; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1577; and cases pending, 0. 527 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2624 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1777 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 23rd, a total of 35,194 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 25,321 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,732 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11,747 arrivals on Oahu, 7,848 arrivals on Maui, 3,062 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,664 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - July 23, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 59.6% as of July 23, 2021.
  • Today, July 23rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 233 new positive cases. There are 40 new cases on Hawaii Island, 12 on Kauai, 149 on Oahu, 9 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 18 out of state for a cumulative total of 40125 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 28487; Maui: 4017; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 497; Hawaii island: 3517; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1564; and cases pending, 0. 527 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2609 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1634 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 22nd, a total of 35,135 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 24,758 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,601 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 12,204 arrivals on Oahu, 7,289 arrivals on Maui, 3,046 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,219 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 3,077,044 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1,331,636 travelers to Oahu, 1,093,672 travelers to Maui, 433834 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 217,727 travelers to Kauai.
  • We've posted a new blog article addressing the recent Road to Hana traffic and congestion issues.
Updates for Thursday - July 22, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-July 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 59.5% as of July 22, 2021.
  • Today, July 22nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 243 new positive cases; that's the highest number of new cases in Hawaii since January 2021. There are 52 new cases on Hawaii Island, 8 on Kauai, 135 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 25 out of state for a cumulative total of 39892 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 28338; Maui: 4008; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 485; Hawaii island: 3477; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1546; and cases pending, 0. 527 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2598 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1483 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 21st, a total of 34,419 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 23,844 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,196 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11468 arrivals on Oahu, 7239 arrivals on Maui, 2822 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2315 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - July 21, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. Pre-travel testing partners for the Phillippines have been now been added to the international partner's page. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 59.4% as of July 21, 2021.
  • Today, July 21th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 163 new positive cases; the second most cases since January 2021. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 4 on Kauai, 95 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 33 out of state for a cumulative total of 39649 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 28203; Maui: 3998; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 477; Hawaii island: 3425; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1521; and cases pending, 0. 524 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2589 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1322 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 20th, a total of 32,994 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,896 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,654 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10714 arrivals on Oahu, 6398 arrivals on Maui, 2679 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2105 arrivals on Kauai.
  • Check out our blog post discussing the new transportation options available on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - July 20, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 59.4% as of July 20, 2021.
  • Today, July 20th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 100 new positive cases. There are 13 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 77 on Oahu, 7 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 39486 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 28108; Maui: 3988; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 473; Hawaii island: 3418; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1488; and cases pending, 0. 523 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2585 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1235 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 19th, a total of 34,040 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 23,123 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,687 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10965 arrivals on Oahu, 7022 arrivals on Maui, 2988 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2148 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 3006546 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1297250 travelers to Oahu, 1072746 travelers to Maui, 425287 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 211088 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Monday - July 19, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 59.3% as of July 19, 2021.
  • Today, July 19th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 132 new positive cases. There are 22 new cases on Hawaii Island, 4 on Kauai, 81 on Oahu, 8 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 9 out of state for a cumulative total of 39386 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 28031; Maui: 3981; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 472; Hawaii island: 3405; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1485; and cases pending, 0. 523 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2570 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1169 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 18th, a total of 34,537 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 23,517 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 5,021 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11,012 arrivals on Oahu, 6,938 arrivals on Maui, 3,104 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,463 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 2,983,423 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1,286,285 travelers to Oahu, 1,065,724 travelers to Maui, 422,299 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 208,940 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - July 18, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 59.1% as of July 18, 2021.
  • Today, July 18th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 164 new positive cases; the most cases reported since January 2021. There are 17 new cases on Hawaii Island, 6 on Kauai, 99 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 23 out of state for a cumulative total of 39254 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27950; Maui: 3973; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 468; Hawaii island: 3383; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1476; and cases pending, 0. 523 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2561 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1098 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 17th, a total of 36,750 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 27,914 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel; that's the most since Hawaii's reopening in October 2020. There were also 3,213 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 12404 arrivals on Oahu, 8859 arrivals on Maui, 3649 arrivals on the Big Island, and 3002 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of July 11th - July 17th

Updates for Saturday - July 17, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 59.1% as of July 17, 2021.
  • Today, July 17th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 124 new positive cases. There are 17 new cases on Hawaii Island, 12 on Kauai, 80 on Oahu, 3 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 39090 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27851; Maui: 3959; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 462; Hawaii island: 3366; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1453; and cases pending, 0. 523 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2554 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1007 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 16th, a total of 34,906 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 24,801 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,685 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11763 arrivals on Oahu, 7507 arrivals on Maui, 2957 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2574 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - July 16, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 59.1% as of July 16, 2021.
  • Today, July 16th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 147 new positive cases. There are 25 new cases on Hawaii Island, 9 on Kauai, 95 on Oahu, 7 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 38966 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27771; Maui: 3956; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 57; Kauai: 450; Hawaii island: 3349; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1451; and cases pending, 0. 523 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2550 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 938 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 15th, a total of 34,566 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 24,160 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,436 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11612 arrivals on Oahu, 7226 arrivals on Maui, 2979 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2343 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - July 15, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58.9% as of July 15, 2021.
  • Today, July 15th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 166 new positive cases. There are 18 new cases on Hawaii Island, 14 on Kauai, 89 on Oahu, 15 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 21 out of state for a cumulative total of 38819 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27676; Maui: 3949; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 441; Hawaii island: 3324; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1441; and cases pending, 0. 522 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii.
  • Yesterday, July 14th, a total of 33,634 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 23,069 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,861 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11,005 arrivals on Oahu, 6,861 arrivals on Maui, 2,857 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,346 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - July 14, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58.9% as of July 14, 2021.
  • Today, July 14th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 48 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 25 on Oahu, 5 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 38,653 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27,587; Maui: 3,934; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 427; Hawaii island: 3,306; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1,420; and cases pending, 0. 521 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,538 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 764 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 13th, a total of 32,860 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,532 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,574 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10,205 arrivals on Oahu, 6,520 arrivals on Maui, 2,617 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,190 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - July 13, 2021
  • According to the latest news from Hawaii News Now, Hawaii Governor Ige has indicated that it will likely be September 2021 before the remaining Hawaii Travel Restrictions are fully dropped - in anticipation of reaching a 70% vaccination rate. Hawaii's indoor mask mandate also remains in effect until further notice, including for vaccinated individuals.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58.8% as of July 13, 2021.
  • Today, July 13th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 61 new positive cases. There are 6 new cases on Hawaii Island, 4 on Kauai, 42 on Oahu, 1 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 38605 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27562; Maui: 3929; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 425; Hawaii island: 3301; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1412; and cases pending, 0. 521 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2536 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 777 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 12th, a total of 33,394 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,668 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,389 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10,836 arrivals on Oahu, 6,945 arrivals on Maui, 2,803 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,084 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - July 12, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58.6% as of July 12, 2021.
  • Today, July 12th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 63 new positive cases. There are 15 new cases on Hawaii Island, 7 on Kauai, 26 on Oahu, 6 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 38544 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27520; Maui: 3928; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 421; Hawaii island: 3295; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1404; and cases pending, 0. 521 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2527 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 749 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 11th, a total of 34,601 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 23,509 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,994 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10,868 arrivals on Oahu, 7,170 arrivals on Maui, 3,095 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,376 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 2,815,762 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1,207,448 travelers to Oahu, 1,014,868 travelers to Maui, 401,333 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 191,938 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - July 11, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of July 11, 2021.
  • Today, July 11th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 102 new positive cases. There are 12 new cases on Hawaii Island, 8 on Kauai, 54 on Oahu, 12 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 11 out of state for a cumulative total of 38481 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27494; Maui: 3922; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 414; Hawaii island: 3280; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1398; and cases pending, 0. 521 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2524 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 714 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 10th, a total of 35,843 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 26,811 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,330 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 12037 arrivals on Oahu, 8325 arrivals on Maui, 3596 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2853 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of July 4th - July 10th

Updates for Saturday - July 10, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of July 10, 2021.
  • Today, July 10th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 114 new positive cases. There are 20 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 58 on Oahu, 4 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 14 out of state for a cumulative total of 38379 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27440; Maui: 3910; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 406; Hawaii island: 3268; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1387; and cases pending, 0. 521 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2520 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 672 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 9th, a total of 34,835 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 24,869 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,462 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11580 arrivals on Oahu, 7600 arrivals on Maui, 3132 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2557 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - July 9, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of July 9, 2021.
  • Today, July 9th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 69 new positive cases. There are 10 new cases on Hawaii Island, 7 on Kauai, 36 on Oahu, 3 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 12 out of state for a cumulative total of 38265 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27382; Maui: 3906; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 404; Hawaii island: 3248; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1373; and cases pending, 0. 519 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2515 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 632 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 8th, a total of 35,936 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 24,911 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,640 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 12159 arrivals on Oahu, 7278 arrivals on Maui, 3170 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2304 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - July 8, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of July 8, 2021.
  • Today, July 8th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 75 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 6 on Kauai, 38 on Oahu, 6 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 12 out of state for a cumulative total of 38196 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27346; Maui: 3903; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 397; Hawaii island: 3238; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1361; and cases pending, 0. 519 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2507 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 611 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 7th, a total of 31,133 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,178 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,956 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9996 arrivals on Oahu, 6706 arrivals on Maui, 2476 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2000 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - July 7, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of July 7, 2021.
  • Today, July 7th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 39 new positive cases. There are 9 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 24 on Oahu, 1 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 38121 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27308; Maui: 3897; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 391; Hawaii island: 3231; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1349; and cases pending, 0. 518 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2502 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 607 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 6th, a total of 31,418 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 20,923 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,504 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9610 arrivals on Oahu, 6444 arrivals on Maui, 2790 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2079 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - July 6, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of July 6, 2021.
  • Today, July 6th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 39 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 27 on Oahu, 3 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 38082 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27284; Maui: 3896; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 390; Hawaii island: 3222; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1344; and cases pending, 0. 518 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2491 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 615 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 5th, a total of 32,783 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,501 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,665 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10468 arrivals on Oahu, 6857 arrivals on Maui, 3018 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2158 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - July 5, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of July 5, 2021.
  • Today, July 5th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 48 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 36 on Oahu, 1 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 38043 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27257; Maui: 3893; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 389; Hawaii island: 3220; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1339; and cases pending, 0. 518 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2490 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 603 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 4th, a total of 31,423 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,882 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,746 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10619 arrivals on Oahu, 6257 arrivals on Maui, 2797 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2209 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 2,673,561 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1,141,198 travelers to Oahu, 971,345 travelers to Maui, 383,074 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 177,769 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - July 4, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of July 4, 2021.
  • Today, July 4th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 62 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 4 on Kauai, 31 on Oahu, 3 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 11 out of state for a cumulative total of 37995 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27221; Maui: 3892; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 389; Hawaii island: 3215; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1334; and cases pending, 0. 518 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2489 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 579 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 3rd, a total of 35,492 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 27,539 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel; that's the highest recorded number of visitors since Hawaii's re-opening in October 2020. There were also 2,256 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 12523 arrivals on Oahu, 8394 arrivals on Maui, 3699 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2923 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of June 27th - July 3rd

Updates for Saturday - July 3, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of July 3, 2021.
  • Today, July 3rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 47 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 11 on Kauai, 20 on Oahu, 8 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 0 out of state for a cumulative total of 37933 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27190; Maui: 3889; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 385; Hawaii island: 3208; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1323; and cases pending, 0. 518 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2488 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 596 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, July 2nd, a total of 35,418 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 26,304 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel; that's the highest number of visitors since Hawaii's re-opening in October 2020. There were also 2,517 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 12167 arrivals on Oahu, 8115 arrivals on Maui, 3367 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2655 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - July 2, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of July 2, 2021.
  • Today, July 2nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 79 new positive cases. There are 6 new cases on Hawaii Island, 9 on Kauai, 43 on Oahu, 4 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 37886 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27170; Maui: 3881; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 374; Hawaii island: 3204; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1323; and cases pending, 0. 518 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2484 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 612 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 1st, a total of 35,798 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 26,209 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel; that's the highest number of visitors since Hawaii's reopening last October 2020. There were also 2,484 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 12233 arrivals on Oahu, 8095 arrivals on Maui, 3481 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2400 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - July 1, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of July 1, 2021.
  • Today, July 1st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 49 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 7 on Kauai, 31 on Oahu, 1 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 37807 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27127; Maui: 3877; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 365; Hawaii island: 3198; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1317; and cases pending, 0. 518 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2476 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 585 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 30th, a total of 33,760 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,954 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,885 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10117 arrivals on Oahu, 7476 arrivals on Maui, 2960 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2401 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - June 30, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of June 30, 2021.
  • Today, June 30th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 56 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 33 on Oahu, 3 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 37758 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27096; Maui: 3876; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 358; Hawaii island: 3195; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1312; and cases pending, 0. 517 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2470 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 569 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 29th, a total of 31,542 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 20,193 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,463 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9,311 arrivals on Oahu, 6,220 arrivals on Maui, 2,595 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,067 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - June 29, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of June 29, 2021.
  • Today, June 29th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 33 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 16 on Oahu, 6 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 37702 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27063; Maui: 3873; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 358; Hawaii island: 3187; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1304; and cases pending, 0. 516 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2465 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 551 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 28th, a total of 31,804 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,220 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,329 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9668 arrivals on Oahu, 6688 arrivals on Maui, 2741 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2123 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - June 28, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 58% as of June 28, 2021.
  • Today, June 28th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 22 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 16 on Oahu, 3 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 37669 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27047; Maui: 3867; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 358; Hawaii island: 3185; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1301; and cases pending, 0. 516 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2461 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 551 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 27th, a total of 32,442 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,117 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4523 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9,904 arrivals on Oahu, 6,802 arrivals on Maui, 3,133 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,278 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 2,484,759 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 1,054,092 travelers to Oahu, 913,243 travelers to Maui, 358,416 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 158,833 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - June 27, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 57% as of June 27, 2021.
  • Today, June 27th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 51 new positive cases. There are 11 new cases on Hawaii Island, 3 on Kauai, 22 on Oahu, 8 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 37647 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27031; Maui: 3864; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 358; Hawaii island: 3183; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1296; and cases pending, 0. 516 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2459 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 579 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 26th, a total of 34,335 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 25,983 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel; that's the highest number of daily visitors since Hawaii's reopening in October 2020. There were also 2,808 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11,644 arrivals on Oahu, 8,331 arrivals on Maui, 3,491 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,517 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of June 20th - June 26th

Updates for Saturday - June 26, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 57% as of June 26, 2021.
  • Today, June 26th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 64 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 41 on Oahu, 3 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 37596 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 27009; Maui: 3856; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 355; Hawaii island: 3172; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1291; and cases pending, 0. 516 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2455 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 562 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 25th, a total of 32,035 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,951 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,057 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10576 arrivals on Oahu, 7077 arrivals on Maui, 2880 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2418 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - June 25, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 57% as of June 25, 2021.
  • Today, June 25th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 48 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 27 on Oahu, 7 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 37532 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26968; Maui: 3853; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 355; Hawaii island: 3164; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1281; and cases pending, 0. 514 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2444 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 601 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 24th, a total of 32,479 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,763 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,929 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10783 arrivals on Oahu, 6852 arrivals on Maui, 2955 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2173 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - June 24, 2021
  • In a major announcement towards Hawaii reopening, Governor Ige has said that beginning July 8, 2021, the state of Hawaii will begin allowing travelers vaccinated in the U.S. (the exemption is for those vaccinated in all US states and territories) to skip quarantine without getting a COVID pre-travel test prior to visiting Hawaii. More details are available on our Hawaii Vaccine Passport page.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 57% as of June 24, 2021.
  • Today, June 24th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 55 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 7 on Kauai, 29 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 37484 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26941; Maui: 3846; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 56; Kauai: 353; Hawaii island: 3162; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1274; and cases pending, 0. 513 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii.
  • Yesterday, June 23rd, a total of 30,994 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,774 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,224 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10153 arrivals on Oahu, 6954 arrivals on Maui, 2552 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2115 arrivals on Kauai. 
Updates for Wednesday - June 23, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 57% as of June 23, 2021.
  • Today, June 23rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 42 new positive cases. There are 12 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 26 on Oahu, 1 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 37429 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26912; Maui: 3835; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 346; Hawaii island: 3155; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1272; and cases pending, 0. 513 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2426 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 620 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 22nd, a total of 30,786 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 20,609 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,828 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9419 arrivals on Oahu, 6482 arrivals on Maui, 2694 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2014 arrivals on Kauai. 
Updates for Tuesday - June 22, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since late June 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 57% as of June 22, 2021.
  • Today, June 22nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 20 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 10 on Oahu, 4 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 37387 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26886; Maui: 3834; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 345; Hawaii island: 3143; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1268; and cases pending, 0. 513 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2424 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 622 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 21st, a total of 32,266 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,428 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,895 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10174 arrivals on Oahu, 7290 arrivals on Maui, 2777 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2187 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - June 21, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. Additional international partners have now been announced for French Polynesia (Tahiti), which we've now included on our International Travel Partners page. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 57% as of June 21, 2021.
  • Today, June 21st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 14 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 11 on Oahu, 0 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 37367 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26876; Maui: 3830; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 344; Hawaii island: 3139; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1267; and cases pending, 0. 513 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2420 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 632 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 20th, a total of 32,360 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,814 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,853 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9859 arrivals on Oahu, 7274 arrivals on Maui, 3166 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2515 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 2,326,134 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 981,439 travelers to Oahu, 863,455 travelers to Maui, 337,934 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 143,131 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - June 20, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 56% as of June 20, 2021.
  • Today, June 20th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 69 new positive cases. There are 13 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 41 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 37353 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26865; Maui: 3830; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 344; Hawaii island: 3137; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1265; and cases pending, 0. 513 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2420 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 653 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 19th, a total of 34,191 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 25,491 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel; the most since Hawaii re-opened in October 2020. There were also 2,804 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11030 arrivals on Oahu, 8267 arrivals on Maui, 3573 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2621 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of June 13th - June 19th

Updates for Saturday - June 19, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 56% as of June 19, 2021.
  • Today, June 19th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 70 new positive cases. There are 30 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 21 on Oahu, 6 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 37284 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26824; Maui: 3819; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 342; Hawaii island: 3124; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1264; and cases pending, 0. 511 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2416 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 665 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 18th, a total of 32,973 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 24,015 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,930 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10645 arrivals on Oahu, 7566 arrivals on Maui, 3209 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2595 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - June 18, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 56% as of June 18, 2021.
  • Today, June 18th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 44 new positive cases. There are 6 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 14 on Oahu, 13 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 37214 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26803; Maui: 3813; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 340; Hawaii island: 3094; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1258; and cases pending, 0. 510 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2411 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 660 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 17th, a total of 32,918 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 23,392 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,901 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10865 arrivals on Oahu, 7139 arrivals on Maui, 3169 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2219 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - June 17, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 56% as of June 17, 2021.
  • Today, June 17th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 36 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 4 on Kauai, 23 on Oahu, 2 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 37170 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26789; Maui: 3800; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 339; Hawaii island: 3088; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1255; and cases pending, 0. 507 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2405 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 694 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 16th, a total of 32,049 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,918 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,724 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9917 arrivals on Oahu, 6838 arrivals on Maui, 2824 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2339 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - June 16, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 55% as of June 16, 2021.
  • Today, June 16th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 30 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 22 on Oahu, 2 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 37134 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26766; Maui: 3798; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 335; Hawaii island: 3086; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1251; and cases pending, 0. 507 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2402 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 699 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 15th, a total of 30,812 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 20,203 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,363 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9003 arrivals on Oahu, 6490 arrivals on Maui, 2722 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1988 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - June 15, 2021
  • Beginning today, June 15th, traveling inter-island within Hawaii will no longer require a pre-travel test and there will be no quarantine requirements for inter-island travel. There will be no restrictions flying between islands within Hawaii.
  • Also beginning today, all travelers vaccinated within Hawaii will be able to travel via trans-Pacific routes without a pre-travel test. Those who have been vaccinated in Hawaii will be able to fly and return to/from the mainland without a pre-travel test.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 55% as of June 15, 2021.
  • Today, June 15th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 37 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 13 on Oahu, 5 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 37104 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26744; Maui: 3796; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 334; Hawaii island: 3084; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1250; and cases pending, 0. 506 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2390 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 689 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 14th, a total of 31,078 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,216 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,673 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9,453 arrivals on Oahu, 6,752 arrivals on Maui, 2,918 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,093 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - June 14, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 55% as of June 14, 2021.
  • Today, June 14th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 56 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 7 on Kauai, 22 on Oahu, 13 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 37067 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26731; Maui: 3791; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 332; Hawaii island: 3076; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1247; and cases pending, 0. 506 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2384 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 711 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 13th, a total of 32,408 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,395 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,993 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9486 arrivals on Oahu, 7165 arrivals on Maui, 3237 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2507 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 2,167,085 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 910,667 travelers to Oahu, 813,129 travelers to Maui, 316,353 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 126,761 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - June 13, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 54% as of June 13, 2021.
  • Today, June 13th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 36 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 16 on Oahu, 9 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 37011 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26709; Maui: 3778; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 325; Hawaii island: 3072; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1237; and cases pending, 0. 506 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2381 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 695 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 12th, a total of 34,024 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 25,469 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel, the most visitor arrivals since Hawaii's re-opening on October 15, 2020. There were also 2,607 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 11188 arrivals on Oahu, 8075 arrivals on Maui, 3541 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2665 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of June 6th - June 12th

Updates for Saturday - June 12, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 54% as of June 12, 2021.
  • Today, June 12th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 104 new positive cases. There are 46 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 33 on Oahu, 15 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 36975 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26693; Maui: 3769; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 325; Hawaii island: 3070; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1232; and cases pending, 0. 506 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2381 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 788 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 11th, a total of 32,085 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 23,228 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,909 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10009 arrivals on Oahu, 7389 arrivals on Maui, 3274 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2556 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - June 11, 2021
  • Oahu is now in Tier 4 of the island's revamped reopening strategy/plan, with the fewest restrictions in place in over a year and a pathway to no restrictions once a 70% vaccination target is hit. The changes, announced this morning, were effective immediately according to Hawaii News Now. Oahu will get to Tier 5, with even fewer restrictions, when the vaccination rate hits 60%. And as Governor Ige pledged last week, all COVID restrictions will end when 70% of Hawaii residents are fully vaccinated.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Hawaii's statewide vaccination rate is currently: 54% as of June 11, 2021.
  • Today, June 11th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 78 new positive cases. There are 30 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 28 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 36871 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26660; Maui: 3754; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 324; Hawaii island: 3024; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1225; and cases pending, 0. 506 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,378 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 736 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 10th, a total of 32,504 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 23,081 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2706 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10492 arrivals on Oahu, 7218 arrivals on Maui, 3142 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2229 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - June 10, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, June 10th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 62 new positive cases. There are 9 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 27 on Oahu, 9 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 36793 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26632; Maui: 3744; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 323; Hawaii island: 2994; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1220; and cases pending, 0. 505 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2377 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 698 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 9th, a total of 30,466 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,096 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,891 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9590 arrivals on Oahu, 6724 arrivals on Maui, 2658 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2124 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - June 9, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, June 9th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 46 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 18 on Oahu, 15 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 36,731 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26,605; Maui: 3,735; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 322; Hawaii island: 2,985; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1218; and cases pending, 0. 505 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,372 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 700 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 8th, a total of 30,125 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 19,765 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,476 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8825 arrivals on Oahu, 6414 arrivals on Maui, 2403 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1943 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - June 8, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, June 8th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 36 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 14 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 36685 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26587; Maui: 3720; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 322; Hawaii island: 2980; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1214; and cases pending, 0. 505 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2369 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 711 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 7th, a total of 30,267 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 20,289 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,636 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9111 arrivals on Oahu, 6375 arrivals on Maui, 2744 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2059 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - June 7, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, June 7th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 33 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 18 on Oahu, 12 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 36649 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26573; Maui: 3709; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 321; Hawaii island: 2978; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1209; and cases pending, 0. 505 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2360 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 701 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 6th, a total of 31,260 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,451 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,650 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9,225 arrivals on Oahu, 6,990 arrivals on Maui, 2,869 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2,367 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 2,011,762 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 841,966 travelers to Oahu, 763,769 travelers to Maui, 295,354 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 110,678 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - June 6, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, June 6th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 81 new positive cases. There are 35 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 25 on Oahu, 13 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 36616 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26555; Maui: 3697; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 322; Hawaii island: 2975; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1208; and cases pending, 0. 505 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2360 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 708 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 5th, a total of 32,181 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 24,253 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel, the most since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020. There were also 2,296 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10442 arrivals on Oahu, 7869 arrivals on Maui, 3506 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2436 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of May 30th - June 5th

Updates for Saturday - June 5, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, June 5th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 64 new positive cases. There are 9 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 42 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 0 out of state for a cumulative total of 36535 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26530; Maui: 3684; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 322; Hawaii island: 2940; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1206; and cases pending, 0. 502 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2355 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 671 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 4th, a total of 30,377 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,784 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,468 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9541 arrivals on Oahu, 7105 arrivals on Maui, 2915 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2223 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - June 4, 2021
  • At a news conference on June 4, 2021, Governor David Ige announced that beginning June 15, 2021, traveling inter-island within Hawaii will no longer require a pre-travel test and there will be no quarantine requirements for inter-island travel. There will be no restrictions flying between islands within Hawaii.
  • Also beginning June 15, 2021, all travelers vaccinated within Hawaii will be able to travel via trans-Pacific routes without a pre-travel test. Those who have been vaccinated in Hawaii will be able to fly and return to the mainland without a pre-travel test. More on this story at Hawaii News Now and at KHON2.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, June 4th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 69 new positive cases. There are 25 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 25 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 36471 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26488; Maui: 3674; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 321; Hawaii island: 2931; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1206; and cases pending, 0. 501 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2351 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 694 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 3rd, a total of 30,307 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,112 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,470 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9669 arrivals on Oahu, 6578 arrivals on Maui, 2974 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1891 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - June 3, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, June 3rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 45 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 30 on Oahu, 0 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 36402 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26463; Maui: 3660; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 321; Hawaii island: 2906; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1203; and cases pending, 0. 501 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2349 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 685 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 2nd, a total of 26,710 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 18,066 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,572 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8161 arrivals on Oahu, 5924 arrivals on Maui, 2368 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1613 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - June 2, 2021
  • According to Maui Mayor Michael Victorino, Maui's post-arrival rapid testing program at Kahului Airport will end on Friday, June 4. Read more on this story at Maui Now.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, June 2nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 25 new positive cases. There are 0 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 13 on Oahu, 7 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 36357 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26433; Maui: 3660; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 320; Hawaii island: 2904; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1199; and cases pending, 0. 500 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2329 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 709 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, June 1st, a total of 26,430 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 17,214 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,180 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7495 arrivals on Oahu, 5864 arrivals on Maui, 2366 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1489 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - June 1, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, June 1st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 56 new positive cases. There are 19 new cases on Hawaii Island, 3 on Kauai, 24 on Oahu, 2 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 36332 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26420; Maui: 3653; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 321; Hawaii island: 2904; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1195; and cases pending, 0. 500 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2327 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 757 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 31st, a total of 25761 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,432 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,092 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7266 arrivals on Oahu, 5452 arrivals on Maui, 2131 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1583 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - May 31, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since late May 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, May 31st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 30 new positive cases. There are 0 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 20 on Oahu, 7 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 36276 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26396; Maui: 3651; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 318; Hawaii island: 2885; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1193; and cases pending, 0. 500 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2327 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 764 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 30th, a total of 26,532 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 18,823 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2730 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8,197 arrivals on Oahu, 6,479 arrivals on Maui, 2,393 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1,754 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 1,887,882 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 787433 travelers to Oahu, 723,439 travelers to Maui, 278,356 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 98,659 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - May 30, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since mid-April 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, May 30th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 122 new positive cases. There are 64 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 47 on Oahu, 6 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 36246 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26376; Maui: 3644; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 317; Hawaii island: 2885; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1191; and cases pending, 0. 500 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2327 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 810 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 29th, a total of 29,873 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,883 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel; the most since Hawaii's official reopening in October 2020. There were also 1,744 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 10074 arrivals on Oahu, 7554 arrivals on Maui, 3034 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2221 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of May 23rd - May 29th

Updates for Saturday - May 29, 2021
  • According to KHON, the Big Island is scheduled to end post-arrival testing indefinitely for Trans-Pacific travelers on Tuesday, June 1, 2021. All travelers will still need to show proof of a negative test result, from a trusted partner, 72 hours before their trans-pacific or inter-island flight.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since mid-April 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since late May 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, May 29th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 48 new positive cases. There are 10 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 27 on Oahu, 5 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 36124 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26329; Maui: 3638; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 315; Hawaii island: 2821; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1187; and cases pending, 0. 499 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2324 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 810 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 28th, a total of 28,958 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 21,538 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,972 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9643 arrivals on Oahu, 7173 arrivals on Maui, 2760 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1962 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - May 28, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since mid-April 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since early February 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, May 28th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 44 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 25 on Oahu, 6 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 36076 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26302; Maui: 3633; Lanai: 113; Molokai: 55; Kauai: 315; Hawaii island: 2811; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1184; and cases pending, 0. 498 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2323 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 866 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 27th, a total of 28,592 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 20,633 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,957 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9445 arrivals on Oahu, 6740 arrivals on Maui, 2687 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1761 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - May 27, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since mid-April 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since early February 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, May 27th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 58 new positive cases. There are 6 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 39 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 36032 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26277; Maui: 3627; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 54; Kauai: 315; Hawaii island: 2806; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1178; and cases pending, 0. 498 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2313 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 911 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 26th, a total of 26,031 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 18,240 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,212 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7813 arrivals on Oahu, 6320 arrivals on Maui, 2410 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1697 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - May 26, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since mid-April 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since early February 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional trusted testing partners.
  • Today, May 26th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 50 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 31 on Oahu, 5 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 35974 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26238; Maui: 3617; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 54; Kauai: 315; Hawaii island: 2800; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1176; and cases pending, 0. 496 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2302 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 933 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 25th, a total of 23,192 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,467 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,135 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6640 arrivals on Oahu, 4820 arrivals on Maui, 1862 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1145 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - May 25, 2021
  • Today, May 25th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 23 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 15 on Oahu, 0 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 35924 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26207; Maui: 3612; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 53; Kauai: 315; Hawaii island: 2792; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1171; and cases pending, 0. 496 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2285 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 932 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 24th, a total of 23,914 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,038 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,273 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6937 arrivals on Oahu, 4816 arrivals on Maui, 1915 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1370 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - May 24, 2021
  • Today, May 24th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 34 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 26 on Oahu, 8 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 35901 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26192; Maui: 3612; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 52; Kauai: 314; Hawaii island: 2790; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1169; and cases pending, 0. 496 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2285 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 978 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 23rd, a total of 25,141 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,945 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,152 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7,627 arrivals on Oahu, 5,467 arrivals on Maui, 2,260 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1,591 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 1,739,828 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 721,418 travelers to Oahu, 674,085 travelers to Maui, 259,164 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 85,166 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - May 23, 2021
  • Tomorrow, according to local news reports, Kauai will move back to Tier 4 of its reopening plan. Tier 4 for Kauai allows for gatherings of up to 25 people outdoors and 10 people indoors, with restrictions and safety guidelines in place.
  • Today, May 23rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 48 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 32 on Oahu, 2 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 35867 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26166; Maui: 3604; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 52; Kauai: 314; Hawaii island: 2785; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1168; and cases pending, 0. 496 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2284 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 995 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 22nd, a total of 29,278 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 22,145 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel; the most since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020. There were also 2,057 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 9498 arrivals on Oahu, 7333 arrivals on Maui, 3137 arrivals on the Big Island, and 2177 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of May 16th - May 22nd

Updates for Saturday - May 22, 2021
  • Today, May 22nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 93 new positive cases. There is 1 new case on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 65 on Oahu, 15 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 35819 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26134; Maui: 3602; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 51; Kauai: 313; Hawaii island: 2777; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1164; and cases pending, 0. 494 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2286 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1032 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 21st, a total of 26,931 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 19,341 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,078 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8386 arrivals on Oahu, 6359 arrivals on Maui, 2624 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1972 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - May 21, 2021
  • Today, May 21st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 61 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 3 on Kauai, 39 on Oahu, 2 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 14 out of state for a cumulative total of 35726 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26069; Maui: 3587; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 50; Kauai: 313; Hawaii island: 2776; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1161; and cases pending, 0. 494 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2280 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1042 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 20th, a total of 27,396 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 18,717 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,282 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8488 arrivals on Oahu, 5857 arrivals on Maui, 2635 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1737 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - May 20, 2021
  • Today, May 20th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 80 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 50 on Oahu, 5 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 35665 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 26030; Maui: 3585; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 49; Kauai: 310; Hawaii island: 2773; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1147; and cases pending, 0. 492 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2279 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1106 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 19th, a total of 24,123 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,530 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,055 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7381 arrivals on Oahu, 5666 arrivals on Maui, 2184 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1299 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - May 19, 2021
  • Today, May 19th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 73 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 41 on Oahu, 4 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 2 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 35,585* cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25980; Maui: 3580; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 49; Kauai: 310; Hawaii island: 2770; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1146; and cases pending, 0. 492 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2269 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1158 total active cases in the last 14 days. *New higher total case number was reported by the Hawaii State Department of Health updated portal.
  • Yesterday, May 18th, a total of 22,690 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,266 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,989 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6686 arrivals on Oahu, 4823 arrivals on Maui, 1727 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1030 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - May 18, 2021
  • Today, May 18th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 56 new positive cases. There are no new cases on Hawaii Island, 3 on Kauai, 49 on Oahu, 1 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 33889 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25939; Maui: 3576; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 47; Kauai: 310; Hawaii island: 2763; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1142; and cases pending, 0. 492 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2240 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1099 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 17th, a total of 23,634 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,198 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,126 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6898 arrivals on Oahu, 5094 arrivals on Maui, 2016 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1190 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - May 17, 2021
  • Today, May 17th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 83 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 54 on Oahu, 6 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 33834 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25890; Maui: 3575; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 46; Kauai: 307; Hawaii island: 2764; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1140; and cases pending, 0. 492 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2231 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1120 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 16th, a total of 23,147 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,041 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,152 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6,898 arrivals on Oahu, 5,007 arrivals on Maui, 1,801 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1,335 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 1,616,686 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 666,454 travelers to Oahu, 633,486 travelers to Maui, 242,581 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 74,170 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - May 16, 2021
  • Today, May 16th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 127 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 101 on Oahu, 9 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 3 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 33761 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25836; Maui: 3569; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 46; Kauai: 307; Hawaii island: 2757; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1134; and cases pending, 0. 492 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2229 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1116 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 15th, a total of 27,546 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 19,877 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,257 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8287 arrivals on Oahu, 6935 arrivals on Maui, 2786 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1869 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of May 9th - May 15th

Updates for Saturday - May 15, 2021
  • ​Today, May 15th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 105 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 79 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 4 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 33637 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25735; Maui: 3560; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 43; Kauai: 307; Hawaii island: 2754; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1126; and cases pending, 0. 491 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2229 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1106 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 14th, a total of 24,461 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,976 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,959 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7586 arrivals on Oahu, 5762 arrivals on Maui, 2116 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1512 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - May 14, 2021
  • Today, May 14th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 83 new positive cases. There is 1 new case on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 64 on Oahu, 12 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 33533 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25656; Maui: 3549; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 39; Kauai: 306; Hawaii island: 2751; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1120; and cases pending, 0. 490 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2222 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1123 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 13th, a total of 25,799 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 17,493 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,107 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8040 arrivals on Oahu, 5759 arrivals on Maui, 2306 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1388 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - May 13, 2021
  • On May 13, 2021, according to local and national news, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new guidelines that recommend easing indoor mask-wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people, allowing them to safely stop wearing masks inside in most places. At this time, no official changes have been made to Hawaii's travel policies to reflect this recent change in guidance, and Hawaii's mask mandate remains in effect, but we will monitor this situation closely and keep you posted with any updates as it relates to Hawaii travel. 
  • Today, May 13th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 76 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 48 on Oahu, 17 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 33450 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25592; Maui: 3537; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 38; Kauai: 304; Hawaii island: 2750; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1117; and cases pending, 0. 489 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2201 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1157 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 12th, a total of 23,455 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,971 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,993 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7207 arrivals on Oahu, 5513 arrivals on Maui, 2039 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1212 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - May 12, 2021
  • Today, May 12th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 47 new positive cases. There is 1 new case on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 30 on Oahu, 8 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 33,376 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25,544; Maui: 3,520; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 304; Hawaii island: 2,743; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1,116; and cases pending, 0. 489 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,194 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,195 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 11th, a total of 20,694 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,276 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,524 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6140 arrivals on Oahu, 4557 arrivals on Maui, 1660 arrivals on the Big Island, and 919 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - May 11, 2021
  • Starting today, fully vaccinated passengers (initially, only those vaccinated within Hawaii) will be able to travel inter-island without being subject to quarantine and testing rules. This pilot program is essentially an initial step toward allowing fully vaccinated trans-Pacific passengers to come into Hawaii without being subject to quarantine or being required to take a pre-travel test. See the detailed section on our Vaccine / Health passport page for additional information on this program.
  • Today, May 11th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 64 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 50 on Oahu, 4 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 33329 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25514; Maui: 3512; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 304; Hawaii island: 2742; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1108; and cases pending, 0. 488 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2187 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1222 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 10th, a total of 23,072 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,647 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,938 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6709 arrivals on Oahu, 4991 arrivals on Maui, 1822 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1125 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - May 10, 2021
  • Today, May 10th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 61 new positive cases. There are 0 new cases on Hawaii Island, 6 on Kauai, 36 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 33267 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25464; Maui: 3508; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 303; Hawaii island: 2739; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1104; and cases pending, 0. 488 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2182 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1215 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 9th, a total of 19,383 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,074 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,815 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5,324 arrivals on Oahu, 4,164 arrivals on Maui, 1,482 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1,104 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 1,503,405 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 615,587 travelers to Oahu, 594,962 travelers to Maui, 228,051 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 64,810 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - May 9, 2021
  • Today, May 9th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 84 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 49 on Oahu, 16 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 33207 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25428; Maui: 3498; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 297; Hawaii island: 2739; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1096; and cases pending, 0. 488 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2180 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1227 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 8th, a total of 24,809 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 17,581 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,953 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7339 arrivals on Oahu, 6188 arrivals on Maui, 2326 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1728 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of May 2nd - May 8th

Updates for Saturday - May 8, 2021
  • Today, May 8th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 91 new positive cases. There are 6 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 73 on Oahu, 7 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 33126 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25379; Maui: 3482; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 297; Hawaii island: 2731; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1088; and cases pending, 0. 487 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2181 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1275 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 7th, a total of 21,936 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,996 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,653 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6621 arrivals on Oahu, 5148 arrivals on Maui, 1804 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1423 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - May 7, 2021
  • Today, May 7th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 115 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 8 on Kauai, 81 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 33036 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25306; Maui: 3475; Lanai: 112; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 295; Hawaii island: 2725; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1086; and cases pending, 0. 486 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2177 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1236 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 6th, a total of 24,434 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,884 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,724 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8023 arrivals on Oahu, 5491 arrivals on Maui, 2161 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1209 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - May 6, 2021
  • Kauai, which has seen a recent surge in COVID-19 cases compared to the island's historically low numbers, will additionally be rolling back to Tier 3 beginning today. This will potentially limit in-person gatherings; more information is included on our Hawaii Travel Restrictions page.
  • Today, May 6th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 128 new positive cases. There are 10 new cases on Hawaii Island, 4 on Kauai, 99 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 32922 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25225; Maui: 3461; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 287; Hawaii island: 2721; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1080; and cases pending, 0. 486 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2173 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1218 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 5th, a total of 20,721 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,215 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,680 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6,570 arrivals on Oahu, 4,929 arrivals on Maui, 1,682 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1,034 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - May 5, 2021
  • Today, May 5th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 64 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 6 on Kauai, 38 on Oahu, 8 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 32794 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25126; Maui: 3451; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 283; Hawaii island: 2711; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1075; and cases pending, 0. 485 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2163 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1191 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 4th, a total of 18,307 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,353 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,325 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5064 arrivals on Oahu, 3911 arrivals on Maui, 1600 arrivals on the Big Island, and 778 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - May 4, 2021
  • Maui now requires a second (post-arrival) test for trans-Pacific visitors beginning today, and this will continue until further notice. Maui's Mayor has recently indicated that fully vaccinated passengers would be allowed to skip this second, post-arrival, test.
  • Today, May 4th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 80 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 59 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 32732 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25088; Maui: 3443; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 277; Hawaii island: 2709; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1067; and cases pending, 0. 484 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2153 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1204 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 3rd, a total of 19,546 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,523 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,460 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5636 arrivals on Oahu, 4412 arrivals on Maui, 1530 arrivals on the Big Island, and 945 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - May 3, 2021
  • Today, May 3rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 74 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 7 on Kauai, 49 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 32654 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 25029; Maui: 3433; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 276; Hawaii island: 2707; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1061; and cases pending, 0. 484 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2146 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1170 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 2nd, a total of 19,044 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,999 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,666 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5132 arrivals on Oahu, 4283 arrivals on Maui, 1488 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1096 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 1,403,779 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 571,010 travelers to Oahu, 560,719 travelers to Maui, 215,466 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 56,589 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - May 2, 2021
  • Today, May 2nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 113 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 9 on Kauai, 79 on Oahu, 16 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 32580 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24980; Maui: 3422; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 269; Hawaii island: 2703; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1058; and cases pending, 0. 483 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2147 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1162 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, May 1st, a total of 24,761 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 17,927 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,748 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7411 arrivals on Oahu, 6572 arrivals on Maui, 2592 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1352 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of April 25th - May 1st

Updates for Saturday - May 1, 2021
  • Today, May 1st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 119 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 17 on Kauai, 69 on Oahu, 21 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 32468 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24901; Maui: 3406; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 260; Hawaii island: 2700; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1053; and cases pending, 0. 483 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2142 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1163 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 30th, a total of 19,282 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,006 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,721 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5634 arrivals on Oahu, 4771 arrivals on Maui, 1652 arrivals on the Big Island, and 949 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - April 30, 2021
  • Today, April 30th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 118 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 12 on Kauai, 83 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 32349 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24832; Maui: 3385; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 243; Hawaii island: 2692; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1049; and cases pending, 0. 483 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2133 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1145 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 29th, a total of 20,212 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,483 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,646 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6,050 arrivals on Oahu, 4,958 arrivals on Maui, 1,633 arrivals on the Big Island, and 842 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - April 29, 2021
  • Today, April 29th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 122 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 6 on Kauai, 79 on Oahu, 26 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 32232 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24749; Maui: 3371; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 231; Hawaii island: 2687; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1046; and cases pending, 0. 483 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2131 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1116 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 28th, a total of 17,882 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,568 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,827 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5269 arrivals on Oahu, 4425 arrivals on Maui, 1239 arrivals on the Big Island, and 635 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - April 28, 2021
  • Today, April 28th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 69 new positive cases. There is 1 new case on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 55 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 32110 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24670; Maui: 3345; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 225; Hawaii island: 2683; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1039; and cases pending, 0. 482 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2117 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1097 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 27th, a total of 14,397 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 8,190 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,374 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 3762 arrivals on Oahu, 2991 arrivals on Maui, 988 arrivals on the Big Island, and 449 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - April 27, 2021
  • Today, April 27th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 54 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 37 on Oahu, 7 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 32041 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24615; Maui: 3335; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 223; Hawaii island: 2682; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1038; and cases pending, 0. 479 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2114 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1096 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 26th, a total of 16,245 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 9,086 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,242 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,123 arrivals on Oahu, 3,398 arrivals on Maui, 1,076 arrivals on the Big Island, and 489 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - April 26, 2021
  • Today, April 26th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 70 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 14 on Kauai, 42 on Oahu, 6 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 31,991 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24,578; Maui: 3,328; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 224; Hawaii island: 2,677; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1,036; and cases pending, 0. 478 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,103 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,110 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 25th, a total of 15,749 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 9,634 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,235 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,008 arrivals on Oahu, 3,699 arrivals on Maui, 1,195 arrivals on the Big Island, and 732 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 1,234,217 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 496,747 travelers to Oahu, 497,729 travelers to Maui, 194,059 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 45,687 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - April 25, 2021
  • Today, April 25th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 122 new positive cases. There are 6 new cases on Hawaii Island, 3 on Kauai, 98 on Oahu, 12 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 31,924 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24,536; Maui: 3,322; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 210; Hawaii island: 2,674; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1,034; and cases pending, 0. 478 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,103 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,109 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 24th, a total of 21,278 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,164 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,773 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6012 arrivals on Oahu, 6088 arrivals on Maui, 1986 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1078 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of April 18th - April 24th

Updates for Saturday - April 24, 2021
  • ​Today, April 24th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 51 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 40 on Oahu, 5 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 0 out of state for a cumulative total of 31,802 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24,438; Maui: 3,310; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 207; Hawaii island: 2,668; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1,031; and cases pending, 0. 478 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,102 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,078 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 23rd, a total of 18,632 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,883 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,401 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5558 arrivals on Oahu, 4789 arrivals on Maui, 1589 arrivals on the Big Island, and 947 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - April 23, 2021
  • Today, April 23rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 94 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 73 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 31,751 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24398; Maui: 3,305; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 37; Kauai: 205; Hawaii island: 2,664; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1,031; and cases pending, 0. 477 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,098 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,140 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 22nd, a total of 21,313 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,912 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,442 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6,840 arrivals on Oahu, 5,332 arrivals on Maui, 1,978 arrivals on the Big Island, and 762 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - April 22, 2021
  • Today, April 22nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 101 new positive cases. There are 9 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 72 on Oahu, 9 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 31658 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24325; Maui: 3294; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 36; Kauai: 205; Hawaii island: 2660; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1027; and cases pending, 0. 476 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2092 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1133 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 21st, a total of 18,069 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,044 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,645 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5,785 arrivals on Oahu, 4,343 arrivals on Maui, 1,341 arrivals on the Big Island, and 575 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - April 21, 2021
  • Today, April 21st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 73 new positive cases. There are 6 new cases on Hawaii Island, 3 on Kauai, 43 on Oahu, 15 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 31,561 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24,253; Maui: 3,285; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 36; Kauai: 203; Hawaii island: 2,651; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1,022; and cases pending, 0. 474 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,088 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,161 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 20th, a total of 15,239 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 9,259 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,996 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,013 arrivals on Oahu, 3,522 arrivals on Maui, 1,232 arrivals on the Big Island, and 492 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - April 20, 2021
  • At a news conference today on April 20, 2021, Governor Ige announced that beginning May 11, 2021, fully vaccinated passengers (initially, only those vaccinated within Hawaii qualify for this rule) will be able to travel inter-island without being subject to quarantine and testing rules. This pilot program is essentially an initial step toward allowing fully vaccinated trans-Pacific passengers to come into Hawaii without being subject to quarantine or being required to take a pre-travel test. See the detailed section on our Vaccine / Health passport page for additional information on this program.
  • Today, April 20th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 48 new positive cases. There is 1 new case on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 24 on Oahu, 13 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 31490 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24,210; Maui: 3,270; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 35; Kauai: 200; Hawaii island: 2,645; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1,019; and cases pending, 0. 474 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,086 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,166 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 19th, a total of 16,919 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,407 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,323 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,666 arrivals on Oahu, 3,819 arrivals on Maui, 1,418 arrivals on the Big Island, and 504 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - April 19, 2021
  • Today, April 19th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 65 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 52 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 31446 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24186; Maui: 3257; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 35; Kauai: 200; Hawaii island: 2644; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1013; and cases pending, 0. 474 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2078 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1180 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 18th, a total of 16,560 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,756 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,960 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,412 arrivals on Oahu, 4,184 arrivals on Maui, 1,483 arrivals on the Big Island, and 677 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 1,234,217 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 496,747 travelers to Oahu, 497,729 travelers to Maui, 194,059 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 45,687 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - April 18, 2021
  • Today, April 18th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 111 new positive cases. There are 10 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 93 on Oahu, 6 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 31381 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24134; Maui: 3247; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 35; Kauai: 200; Hawaii island: 2642; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1012; and cases pending, 0. 474 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2077 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1206 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 17th, a total of 21,906 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,925 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,490 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6368 arrivals on Oahu, 6206 arrivals on Maui, 2274 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1077 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of April 11th - April 17th

Updates for Saturday - April 17, 2021
  • ​Today, April 17th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 101 new positive cases. There are 11 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 48 on Oahu, 36 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 31270 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 24041; Maui: 3241; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 35; Kauai: 200; Hawaii island: 2632; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1010; and cases pending, 0. 474 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2076 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1188 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 16th, a total of 20,105 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,820 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,407 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5864 arrivals on Oahu, 5206 arrivals on Maui, 1859 arrivals on the Big Island, and 891 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - April 16, 2021
  • Today, April 16th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 98 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 65 on Oahu, 17 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 11 out of state for a cumulative total of 31171 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23993; Maui: 3205; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 35; Kauai: 199; Hawaii island: 2621; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 1007; and cases pending, 0. 474 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2073 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1197 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 15th, a total of 21,136 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,159 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,372 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6,337 arrivals on Oahu, 5,075 arrivals on Maui, 1,916 arrivals on the Big Island, and 831 arrivals on Kauai. 
Updates for Thursday - April 15, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since mid-April 2021. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since early February 2021. No additional international partners have been added since mid-April 2021. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners. Starting Saturday, April 17, 2021 travelers from Taiwan and Southern California's Ontario International Airport may bypass the State of Hawaii's mandatory 10-day quarantine if they take a COVID-19 test from a trusted testing partner. In all cases, the test must be taken no earlier than 72 hours prior to departure and the negative test result submitted prior to departure for Hawaii.
  • Today, April 15th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 98 new positive cases. There are 14 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 57 on Oahu, 23 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 0 out of state for a cumulative total of 31075 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23928; Maui: 3188; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 35; Kauai: 199; Hawaii island: 2618; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 996; and cases pending, 0. 473 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2067 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1242 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 14th, a total of 17,799 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,896 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,387 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5,509 arrivals on Oahu, 4,340 arrivals on Maui, 1,434 arrivals on the Big Island, and 613 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - April 14, 2021
  • Today, April 14th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 72 new positive cases. There are 15 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 35 on Oahu, 17 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 30980 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23,871; Maui: 3,165; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 199; Hawaii island: 2,604; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 996; and cases pending, 0. 473 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,064 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,255 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 13th, a total of 14,560 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 8,952 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,698 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 3,818 arrivals on Oahu, 3,375 arrivals on Maui, 1,306 arrivals on the Big Island, and 453 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - April 13, 2021
  • We are awaiting further news on Health & Vaccine Passport information from Governor David Ige, Lieutenant Governor Josh Green, and Hawaii Emergency Management Director Kenneth Hara. We expect some kind of update or announcement regarding this program on Wednesday - April 14, 2021.
  • Today, April 13th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 64 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 39 on Oahu, 18 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 30,909 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23,836; Maui: 3,148; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 199; Hawaii island: 2,589; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 992; and cases pending, 0. 471 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,059 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,277 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 12th, a total of 18,580 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,897 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,122 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5,124 arrivals on Oahu, 4,429 arrivals on Maui, 1,672 arrivals on the Big Island, and 672 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - April 12, 2021
  • Today, April 12th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 70 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 48 on Oahu, 15 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 30846 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23,797; Maui: 3,130; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 199; Hawaii island: 2,584; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 991; and cases pending, 0. 471 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,045 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,278 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 11th, a total of 18,365 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,523 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,944 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,931 arrivals on Oahu, 4,808 arrivals on Maui, 1,896 arrivals on the Big Island, and 888 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 1,146,812 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 459,315 travelers to Oahu, 464,914 travelers to Maui, 182,115 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 40,473 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - April 11, 2021
  • Today, April 11th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 92 new positive cases. There are 6 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 72 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 30776 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23749; Maui: 3115; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 199; Hawaii island: 2579; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 989; and cases pending, 0. 471 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2045 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1307 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 10th, a total of 23,520 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 17,624 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,373 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6,781 arrivals on Oahu, 6,888 arrivals on Maui, 2,715 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1,240 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of April 4th - April 10th

Updates for Saturday - April 10, 2021
  • ​Today, April 10th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 114 new positive cases. There are 12 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 74 on Oahu, 26 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 30684 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23677; Maui: 3104; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 199; Hawaii island: 2573; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 986; and cases pending, 0. 471 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2044 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1320 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 9th, a total of 20,522 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,284 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,444 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5,959 arrivals on Oahu, 5,431 arrivals on Maui, 1,954 arrivals on the Big Island, and 940 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - April 9, 2021
  • Today, April 9th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 87 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 66 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 30,571 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23,603; Maui: 3,078; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 199; Hawaii island: 2,561; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 985; and cases pending, 0. 470 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,039 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,312 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 8th, a total of 20,939 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,005 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1438 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6,010 arrivals on Oahu, 5,244 arrivals on Maui, 1,952 arrivals on the Big Island, and 799 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - April 8, 2021
  • According to the latest newsMaui will soon require a second post-arrival test sometime before the end of the month. This rapid test will be administered at Kahului airport after arrival, and it will be free of charge.
  • Today, April 8th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 122 new positive cases. There are 11 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 69 on Oahu, 40 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 30485 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23537; Maui: 3067; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 199; Hawaii island: 2557; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 980; and cases pending, 0. 470 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2035 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1350 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 7th, a total of 19,260 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,811 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,647 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5765 arrivals on Oahu, 4616 arrivals on Maui, 1657 arrivals on the Big Island, and 773 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - April 7, 2021
  • Today, April 7th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 76 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 51 on Oahu, 15 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 30,363 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23,468; Maui: 3,027; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 198; Hawaii island: 2,546; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 979; and cases pending, 0. 467 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,023 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,345 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 6th, a total of 19,277 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,913 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,882 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5,543 arrivals on Oahu, 4,735 arrivals on Maui, 1,841 arrivals on the Big Island, and 794 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - April 6, 2021
  • Today, April 6th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 61 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 29 on Oahu, 21 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 30,287 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23,417; Maui: 3,012; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 196; Hawaii island: 2,541; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 976; and cases pending, 0. 467 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,020 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,327 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 5th, a total of 22,266 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,267 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,664 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6,781 arrivals on Oahu, 6,111 arrivals on Maui, 2,189 arrivals on the Big Island, and 1,186 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - April 5, 2021
  • For the first time since December 2, 2020, Kauai will rejoin the statewide Safe Travels program, starting today April 5, 2021. Kauai will be subject to the same trans-Pacific testing requirements as the other Hawaiian Islands and will be subject to the same inter-island testing requirements as Maui and the Big Island.
  • Today, April 5th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 95 new positive cases. There are 14 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 52 on Oahu, 23 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 30,228 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23,388; Maui: 2,991; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 196; Hawaii island: 2,539; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 969; and cases pending, 0. 467 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,012 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,313 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 4th, a total of 21,504 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,140 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,545 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7,139 arrivals on Oahu, 6,338 arrivals on Maui, 2,483 arrivals on the Big Island, and 180 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - April 4, 2021
  • Today, April 4th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 96 new positive cases. There are 15 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 51 on Oahu, 26 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 30,135 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23,336; Maui: 2,968; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 196; Hawaii island: 2,525; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 965; and cases pending, 0. 467 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,011 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,301 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 3rd, a total of 24,654 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 19,812 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,051 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 8,471 arrivals on Oahu, 7,888 arrivals on Maui, 3,098 arrivals on the Big Island, and 355 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of March 28th - April 3rd

Updates for Saturday - April 3, 2021
  • Today, April 3rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 112 new positive cases. There are 9 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 72 on Oahu, 24 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 30,039 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23,285; Maui: 2,942; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 196; Hawaii island: 2,510; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 961; and cases pending, 0. 467 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,009 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,282 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, April 2nd, a total of 22,747 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 17,760 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 909 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7,811 arrivals on Oahu, 6,42 arrivals on Maui, 2,683 arrivals on the Big Island, and 324 arrivals on Kauai. 
Updates for Friday - April 2, 2021
  • Today, April 2nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 136 new positive cases. There are 14 new cases on Hawaii Island, 4 on Kauai, 79 on Oahu, 32 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 29,927 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23,213; Maui: 2,918; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 195; Hawaii island: 2,501; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 955; and cases pending, 0. 463 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 2,009 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,261 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • At this time, the CDC's new travel guidelines, released today on April 2, 2021, do NOT impact or change Hawaii's travel rules and restrictions. We will continue to monitor this situation closely and provides updates accordingly once Hawaii responds and updates any policies to be in line with the new CDC guidelines.
  • Yesterday, April 1st, a total of 22,617 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,791 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 956 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7,389 arrivals on Oahu, 6,448 arrivals on Maui, 2,671 arrivals on the Big Island, and 283 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - April 1, 2021
  • Today, April 1st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 114 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 71 on Oahu, 30 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 29,794 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23,134; Maui: 2,886; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 191; Hawaii island: 2,487; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 951; and cases pending, 0. 463 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,997 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,223 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 31st, a total of 19,972 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,180 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,529 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6,137 arrivals on Oahu, 5,724 arrivals on Maui, 2,160 arrivals on the Big Island, and 159 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - March 31, 2021
  • Today, March 31st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 100 new positive cases. There are 16 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 42 on Oahu, 30 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 29,681 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23,063; Maui: 2,856; Lanai: 111; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 191; Hawaii island: 2,479; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 947; and cases pending, 0. 463 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,989 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,200 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 30th, a total of 18,362 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,011 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,064 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5,526 arrivals on Oahu, 4,639 arrivals on Maui, 1,812 arrivals on the Big Island, and 34 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - March 30, 2021
  • Yesterday, March 29th, a total of 19,491 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,162 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,231 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5,834 arrivals on Oahu, 5,210 arrivals on Maui, 1,980 arrivals on the Big Island, and 138 arrivals on Kauai.
  • Today, March 30th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 71 new positive cases. Total cases per island: Oahu: 23,021; Maui: 2,826; Lanai: 110; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 190; Hawaii island: 2,463; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 937; and cases pending, 0. 462 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,979 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,175 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Monday - March 29, 2021
  • Today, March 29th, no COVID-19 case numbers were released by the Hawaii Department of Health today. We'll pick back up with case numbers tomorrow.
  • Yesterday, March 28th, a total of 21,518 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,344 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,341 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6,442 arrivals on Oahu, 6,257 arrivals on Maui, 2,454 arrivals on the Big Island, and 191 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 936,529 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 369,238 travelers to Oahu, 383,892 travelers to Maui, 151,024 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 32,380 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - March 28, 2021
  • Today, March 28th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 102 new positive cases. There are 15 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 61 on Oahu, 26 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 0 out of state for a cumulative total of 29408 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,924; Maui: 2,779; Lanai: 110; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 189; Hawaii island: 2,447; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 925; and cases pending, 0. 462 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1978 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,104 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 27th, a total of 24,243 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 18,291 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,587 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7,716 arrivals on Oahu, 7,362 arrivals on Maui, 2,953 arrivals on the Big Island, and 260 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of March 21st - March 27th

Updates for Saturday - March 27, 2021
  • Today, March 27th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 113 new positive cases. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,863; Maui: 2,753; Lanai: 110; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 189; Hawaii island: 2,432; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 925; and cases pending, 0. 462 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,975 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,052 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 26th, a total of 21,437 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 16,164 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,199 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7,161 arrivals on Oahu, 6,277 arrivals on Maui, 2,505 arrivals on the Big Island, and 221 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - March 26, 2021
  • No updates were provided by the Hawaii Department of Health regarding COVID-19 cases today.
  • Yesterday, March 25th, a total of 21,002 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,334 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,282 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7,156 arrivals on Oahu, 5,540 arrivals on Maui, 2,442 arrivals on the Big Island, and 196 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - March 25, 2021
  • Today, March 25th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 122 new positive cases. There are 12 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 83 on Oahu, 20 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 29,071 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,745; Maui: 2,679; Lanai: 110; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 188; Hawaii island: 2,404; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 911; and cases pending, 0. 458 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,963 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 957 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 24th, a total of 18,739 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,728 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,764 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5,750 arrivals on Oahu, 4,984 arrivals on Maui, 1,854 arrivals on the Big Island, and 140 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - March 24, 2021
  • Today, March 24th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 58 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 24 on Oahu, 22 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 28,950 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,662; Maui: 2,659; Lanai: 110; Molokai: 34; Kauai: 188; Hawaii island: 2,392; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 905; and cases pending, 0. 457 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,961 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 897 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 23rd, a total of 15,882 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 9,548 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,425 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,369 arrivals on Oahu, 3,647 arrivals on Maui, 1,522 arrivals on the Big Island, and 10 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - March 23, 2021
  • Today, March 23rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 41 new positive cases. There are 1 new case on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 28 on Oahu, 8 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 28,892 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,638; Maui: 2,637; Lanai: 110; Molokai: 33; Kauai: 187; Hawaii island: 2,385; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 902; and cases pending, 0. 454 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,957 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 885 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 22nd, a total of 18,130 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,383 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,794 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,876 arrivals on Oahu, 4,526 arrivals on Maui, 1,823 arrivals on the Big Island, and 158 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 849,120 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 330,644 travelers to Oahu, 349,825 travelers to Maui, 137,294 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 31,362 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Monday - March 22, 2021
  • Today, March 22nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 79 new positive cases. There are 9 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 47 on Oahu, 19 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 2 on Molokai, and 0 out of state for a cumulative total of 28,851 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,610; Maui: 2,629; Lanai: 109; Molokai: 33; Kauai: 187; Hawaii island: 2,384; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 899; and cases pending, 0. 454 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,953 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 886 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 21st, a total of 20,446 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,894 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3931 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5039 arrivals on Oahu, 5546 arrivals on Maui, 2161 arrivals on the Big Island, and 148 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 540535 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 325768 travelers to Oahu, 345299 travelers to Maui, 135471 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 31204 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - March 21, 2021
  • Today, March 21st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 81 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 41 on Oahu, 24 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 28,773 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,563; Maui: 2,610; Lanai: 109; Molokai: 31; Kauai: 186; Hawaii island: 2,375; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 899; and cases pending, 0. 454 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,950 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 850 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 20th, a total of 23,978 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 17,425 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2346 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 7099 arrivals on Oahu, 7219 arrivals on Maui, 2833 arrivals on the Big Island, and 274 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of March 14th - March 20th

Updates for Saturday - March 20, 2021
  • Today, March 20th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 87 new positive cases. There are 9 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 54 on Oahu, 22 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 28,694 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,522; Maui: 2,586; Lanai: 109; Molokai: 30; Kauai: 186; Hawaii island: 2,370; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 891; and cases pending, 0. 453 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,948 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 826 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 19th, a total of 20,714 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 14,733 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1762 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6041 arrivals on Oahu, 6030 arrivals on Maui, 2394 arrivals on the Big Island, and 268 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - March 19, 2021
  • Yesterday, March 18th, a total of 19,516 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,281 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,569 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5,966 arrivals on Oahu, 4,936 arrivals on Maui, 2,199 arrivals on the Big Island, and 180 arrivals on Kauai.
  • Today, March 19th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 99 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 49 on Oahu, 37 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 28,608 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,468; Maui: 2,564; Lanai: 109; Molokai: 30; Kauai: 186; Hawaii island: 2,361; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 890; and cases pending, 0. 452 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,947 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 823 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Thursday - March 18, 2021
  • Yesterday, March 17th, a total of 16,770 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,848 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,702 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,588 arrivals on Oahu, 4,500 arrivals on Maui, 1,639 arrivals on the Big Island, and 121 arrivals on Kauai.
  • Today, March 18th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 88 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, -1 on Kauai, 39 on Oahu, 39 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 2 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 28,509 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,419; Maui: 2,527; Lanai: 109; Molokai: 30; Kauai: 186; Hawaii island: 2,354; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 884; and cases pending, 0. 451 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,943 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 781 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Wednesday - March 17, 2021
  • Today, March 17th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 69 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 38 on Oahu, 23 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 28,421 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,380; Maui: 2,488; Lanai: 109; Molokai: 28; Kauai: 187; Hawaii island: 2,347; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 882; and cases pending, 0. 451 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,940 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 753 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 16th, a total of 13,360 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,979 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,599 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 3,404 arrivals on Oahu, 3,133 arrivals on Maui, 1,421 arrivals on the Big Island, and 21 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - March 16, 2021
  • Today, March 16th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 48 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 29 on Oahu, 7 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 28,352 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,342; Maui: 2,465; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 28; Kauai: 187; Hawaii island: 2,343; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 879; and cases pending, 0. 451 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,934 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 709 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 15th, a total of 15,205 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 9,670 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,533 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,362 arrivals on Oahu, 3,862 arrivals on Maui, 1,362 arrivals on the Big Island, and 84 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 540,535 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 293631 travelers to Oahu, 313,935 travelers to Maui, 122,824 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 30,192 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Monday - March 15, 2021
  • Today, March 15th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 46 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 22 on Oahu, 15 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 28305 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22313; Maui: 2458; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 28; Kauai: 186; Hawaii island: 2335; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 877; and cases pending, 0. 451 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1932 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 693 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 14th, a total of 15,607 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,261 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,661 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,173 arrivals on Oahu, 4,192 arrivals on Maui, 1,818 arrivals on the Big Island, and 78 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 540,535 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 289,269 travelers to Oahu, 310,073 travelers to Maui, 121,462 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 30,108 travelers to Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - March 14, 2021
  • Today, March 14th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 51 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 28 on Oahu, 18 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 28,259 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,291; Maui: 2,443; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 28; Kauai: 186; Hawaii island: 2,328; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 875; and cases pending, 0. 451 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,929 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 675 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 13th, a total of 21,433 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 15,963 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,050 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 6,648 arrivals on Oahu, 6,446 arrivals on Maui, 2,647 arrivals on the Big Island, and 222 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of March 7th - March 13th

Updates for Saturday - March 13, 2021
  • Today, March 13th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 64 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 33 on Oahu, 22 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 28,208 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,263; Maui: 2,425; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 28; Kauai: 186; Hawaii island: 2,324; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 874; and cases pending, 0. 450 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,927 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 683 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 12th, a total of 19,063 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 13,425 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,116 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5,405 arrivals on Oahu, 5,658 arrivals on Maui, 2,183 arrivals on the Big Island, and 179 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - March 12, 2021
  • Today, March 12th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 66 new positive cases. There are 15 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 28 on Oahu, 20 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 0 out of state for a cumulative total of 28,145 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,230; Maui: 2,403; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 28; Kauai: 186; Hawaii island: 2,317; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 873; and cases pending, 0. 449 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,922 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 689 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 11th, a total of 17,994 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 12,013 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1075 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 5,499 arrivals on Oahu, 4,473 arrivals on Maui, 1,960 arrivals on the Big Island, and 81 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Thursday - March 11, 2021
  • Today, March 11th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 60 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 28 on Oahu, 18 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 28081 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22202; Maui: 2383; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 186; Hawaii island: 2302; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 873; and cases pending, 0. 448 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1914 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 665 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 10th, a total of 14,464 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 8,976 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,323 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 3,831 arrivals on Oahu, 3,688 arrivals on Maui, 1,381 arrivals on the Big Island, and 76 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - March 10, 2021
  • Today, March 10th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 48 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 27 on Oahu, 9 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 28,023 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,174; Maui: 2,365; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 186; Hawaii island: 2,294; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 869; and cases pending, 0. 448 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,914 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 653 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 9th, a total of 10,199 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,774 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,277 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,333 arrivals on Oahu, 2,339 arrivals on Maui, 1,077 arrivals on the Big Island, and 25 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - March 9, 2021
  • Today, March 9th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 42 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 16 on Oahu, 18 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,977 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,147; Maui: 2,356; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 186; Hawaii island: 2,289; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 864; and cases pending, 0. 445 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,905 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 645 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 8th, a total of 12,138 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,316 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,501 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 3,068 arrivals on Oahu, 3,076 arrivals on Maui, 1,090 arrivals on the Big Island, and 82 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday - March 8, 2021
  • Today, March 8th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 45 new positive cases. There are 10 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 20 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,935 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,131; Maui: 2,338; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 186; Hawaii island: 2,282; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 863; and cases pending, 0. 445 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,904 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 648 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 7th, a total of 7,203 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,034 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 877 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1528 arrivals on Oahu, 1,777 arrivals on Maui, 716 arrivals on the Big Island, and 13 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Sunday - March 7, 2021
  • Today, March 7th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 53 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 25 on Oahu, 12 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,891 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,111; Maui: 2,327; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 186; Hawaii island: 2,272; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 860; and cases pending, 0. 445 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,902 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 658 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 6th, a total of 10,868 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,034 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 909 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,267 arrivals on Oahu, 3,284 arrivals on Maui, 1,403 arrivals on the Big Island, and 80 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of February 28th - March 6th

Updates for Saturday - March 6, 2021
  • Today, March 6th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 87 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 31 on Oahu, 42 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,838 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,086; Maui: 2,315; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 184; Hawaii island: 2,264; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 854; and cases pending, 0. 444 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,898 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 674 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 5th, a total of 9,292 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,411 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 965 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,894 arrivals on Oahu, 2,542 arrivals on Maui, 949 arrivals on the Big Island, and 26 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - March 5, 2021
  • Today, March 5th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 54 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 29 on Oahu, 18 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,753 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,055; Maui: 2,273; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 184; Hawaii island: 2,256; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 850; and cases pending, 0. 443 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1893 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 639 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 4th, a total of 15,546 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,061 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,159 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,507 arrivals on Oahu, 3,819 arrivals on Maui, 1,617 arrivals on the Big Island, and 118 arrivals on Kauai.
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Updates for Thursday - March 4, 2021
  • Today, March 4th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 60 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 35 on Oahu, 15 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,699 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 22,026; Maui: 2,255; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 184; Hawaii island: 2,252; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 847; and cases pending, 0. 441 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,891 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 635 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 3rd, a total of 12,027 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,556 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,103 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 3,253 arrivals on Oahu, 3,157 arrivals on Maui, 1,092 arrivals on the Big Island, and 54 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Wednesday - March 3, 2021
  • Today, March 3rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 20 new positive cases. There are 0 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 7 on Oahu, 9 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 0 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,640 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,991; Maui: 2,240; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 183; Hawaii island: 2,248; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 843; and cases pending, 0. 441 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,885 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 640 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 2nd, a total of 9,284 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,376 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,140 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,257 arrivals on Oahu, 2,152 arrivals on Maui, 926 arrivals on the Big Island, and 41 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Tuesday - March 2, 2021
  • Today, March 2nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 35 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 18 on Oahu, 13 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,623 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,984; Maui: 2,231; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 182; Hawaii island: 2,248; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 843; and cases pending, 0. 439 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,875 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 647 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, March 1st, a total of 11,865 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 6,809 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,468 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,948 arrivals on Oahu, 2,742 arrivals on Maui, 1,032 arrivals on the Big Island, and 87 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Monday- March 1, 2021
  • Today, March 1st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 29 new positive cases. There is 1 new case on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 17 on Oahu, 8 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,588 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,966; Maui: 2,218; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 183; Hawaii island: 2,245; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 841; and cases pending, 0. 439 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,873 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 630 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 28th, a total of 10,501 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,967 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,616 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,316 arrivals on Oahu, 2,543 arrivals on Maui, 1,044 arrivals on the Big Island, and 64 arrivals on Kauai. In total, since Hawaii's reopening on October 15, 2020, there have been 540,535 visitor arrivals for vacation; including 203,473 travelers to Oahu, 222,748 travelers to Maui, 86,353 travelers to Hawaii's Big Island, and 27,966 travelers to Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Sunday- February 28, 2021
  • Today, February 28th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 60 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 36 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,559 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,949; Maui: 2,210; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 183; Hawaii island: 2,244; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 838; and cases pending, 0. 439 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,869 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 636 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 27th, a total of 12,388 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,944 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,122 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,783 arrivals on Oahu, 3,482 arrivals on Maui, 1536 arrivals on the Big Island, and 143 arrivals on Kauai.

Week of February 21st - February 27th

Updates for Saturday - February 27, 2021
  • Today, February 27th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 106 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 21 on Oahu, 75 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,503 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,913; Maui: 2,196; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 183; Hawaii island: 2,240; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 836; and cases pending, 0. 439 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,865 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 623 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 26th, a total of 11016 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 6854 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1046 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2616 arrivals on Oahu, 2995 arrivals on Maui, 1119 arrivals on the Big Island, and 124 arrivals on Kauai.
Updates for Friday - February 26, 2021
  • Today, February 26th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 44 new positive cases. There are 0 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 23 on Oahu, 15 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,399 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,892; Maui: 2,121; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 183; Hawaii island: 2,237; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 831; and cases pending, 0. 437 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,862 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 613 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 25th, a total of 12,398 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,417 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,250 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 3,423 arrivals on Oahu, 2,752 arrivals on Maui, 1,161 arrivals on the Big Island, and 81 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Thursday - February 25, 2021
  • Today, February 25th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 45 new positive cases. There is 1 new case on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 24 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,358 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,869; Maui: 2,106; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 182; Hawaii island: 2,237; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 829; and cases pending, 0. 435 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,858 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 634 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 24th, a total of 10,561 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 6,309 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,150 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,716 arrivals on Oahu, 2,613 arrivals on Maui, 936 arrivals on the Big Island, and 44 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Wednesday - February 24, 2021
  • From February 18th until February 24th - due to ongoing storm events across the nation, Hawaii's Safe Travels Program will temporarily be accepting valid test results within a timeframe of 96 hours (four days) instead of the regular 72 hours (three days). This applies only to travelers arriving from the U.S. mainland. The protocols will return to normal on Thursday, February 25, 2021. Acceptable tests must continue to be from a Trusted Testing Partner, the correct type, and results must have been received prior to boarding.
  • Today, February 24th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 50 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 16 on Oahu, 24 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,320 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,845; Maui: 2,095; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 182; Hawaii island: 2,236; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 827; and cases pending, 0. 435 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,848 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 684 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 23rd, a total of 8,394 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,563 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,271 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,818 arrivals on Oahu, 1,911 arrivals on Maui, 796 arrivals on the Big Island, and 38 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Tuesday - February 23, 2021
  • Today, February 23rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 47 new positive cases. There are 0 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 27 on Oahu, 17 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,270 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,829; Maui: 2,071; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 181; Hawaii island: 2,234; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 820; and cases pending, 0. 431 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,840 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 693 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 22nd, a total of 10,140 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,379 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,598 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,221 arrivals on Oahu, 2,285 arrivals on Maui, 831 arrivals on the Big Island, and 42 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Monday - February 22, 2021
  • Today, February 22nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 52 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 19 on Oahu, 27 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 0 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,223 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,802; Maui: 2,054; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 181; Hawaii island: 2,234; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 817; and cases pending, 0. 431 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,832 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 683 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 21st, a total of 9,733 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,534 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,381 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,065 arrivals on Oahu, 2,520 arrivals on Maui, 891 arrivals on the Big Island, and 58 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Sunday - February 21, 2021
  • Today, February 21st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 68 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 32 on Oahu, 28 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,174 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,783; Maui: 2,027; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 180; Hawaii island: 2,232; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 817; and cases pending, 0. 431 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,832 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 664 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 20th, a total of 12,729 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 8,164 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,115 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,864 arrivals on Oahu, 3,689 arrivals on Maui, 1,500 arrivals on the Big Island, and 111 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.

Week of February 14th - February 20th

Updates for Saturday - February 20, 2021
  • Today, February 20th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 59 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 35 on Oahu, 12 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,107 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,751; Maui: 1,999; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 180; Hawaii island: 2,228; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 814; and cases pending, 0. 430 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1830 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 668 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 19th, a total of 11,815 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,188 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,180 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,694 arrivals on Oahu, 3,294 arrivals on Maui, 1,137 arrivals on the Big Island, and 63 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - February 19, 2021
  • Today, February 19th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 50 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 21 on Oahu, 21 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,048 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,716; Maui: 1,987; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 180; Hawaii island: 2,226; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 804; and cases pending, 0. 430 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,815 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 722 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 18th, a total of 11,988 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,337 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1078 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 3,353 arrivals on Oahu, 2,658 arrivals on Maui, 1,258 arrivals on the Big Island, and 68 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Thursday - February 18, 2021
  • Today, February 18th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 67 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 45 on Oahu, 6 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 27,000 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,695; Maui: 1,966; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 180; Hawaii island: 2,224; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 800; and cases pending, 0. 428 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,806 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 769 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 17th, a total of 9,885 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,932 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,046 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,431 arrivals on Oahu, 2,504 arrivals on Maui, 949 arrivals on the Big Island, and 48 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Wednesday - February 17, 2021
  • Today, February 17th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 29 new positive cases. There is 1 new case on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 17 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, -1 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,935 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,650; Maui: 1,960; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 26; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,217; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 795; and cases pending, 0. 427 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,804 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 810 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 16th, a total of 8,900 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,905 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,230 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,967 arrivals on Oahu, 2,013 arrivals on Maui, 887 arrivals on the Big Island, and 38 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Tuesday - February 16, 2021
  • Today, February 16th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 17 new positive cases. There are 0 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 13 on Oahu, 3 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,906 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21633; Maui: 1,950; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,216; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 793; and cases pending, 0. 426 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,800 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 850 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 15th, a total of 11,591 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 6,870 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,484 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,918 arrivals on Oahu, 2,721 arrivals on Maui, 1,173 arrivals on the Big Island, and 58 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Monday - February 15, 2021
  • CLEAR (beginning February 18, 2021) and DLS Guam were both added to the domestic U.S. Trusted Partners list on 02/15/21. Bartell Drugs was removed from the list. Several International partners for Japan were also added/removed and we have updated the list accordingly.
  • Today, February 15th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 35 new positive cases. There are 0 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 23 on Oahu, 7 on Maui, -90 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,889 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,620; Maui: 1,947; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 27; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,216; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 792; and cases pending, 0. 426 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,800 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 895 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 14th, a total of 14,265 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 9,435 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,029 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,334 arrivals on Oahu, 3,461 arrivals on Maui, 1,576 arrivals on the Big Island, and 64 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Sunday - February 14, 2021
  • Today, February 14th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 48 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 36 on Oahu, 4 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,856 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,597; Maui: 1,940; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 26; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,216; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 790; and cases pending, 0. 426 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,796 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 949 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 13th, a total of 16,321 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,983 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 899 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,688 arrivals on Oahu, 5,035 arrivals on Maui, 2,069 arrivals on the Big Island, and 191 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.

Week of February 7th - February 13th

Updates for Saturday - February 13, 2021
  • Today, February 13th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 71 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 46 on Oahu, 10 on Maui, -1 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,810 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,561; Maui: 1,936; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 26; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,213; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 787; and cases pending, 0. 425 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,792 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 983 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 12th, a total of 16,049 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,450 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 873 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,486 arrivals on Oahu, 4,904 arrivals on Maui, 1,937 arrivals on the Big Island, and 123 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - February 12, 2021
  • Today, February 12th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 70 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 31 on Oahu, 25 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,743 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,515; Maui: 1,926; Lanai: 109; Molokai: 26; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,211; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 777; and cases pending, 0. 425 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,779 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,034 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 11th, a total of 14,265 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 9,435 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,029 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,334 arrivals on Oahu, 3,461 arrivals on Maui, 1,576 arrivals on the Big Island, and 64 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Thursday - February 11, 2021
  • According to Honolulu Civil Beat, the proposal to scrap Kauai's two-test protocol for arriving travelers recently won preliminary approval in two House committees. The measure, introduced by House Speaker Scott Saiki, would prevent Kauai from requiring the extra test to travelers and create a more uniform, statewide, approach to Hawaii Safe Travels. We're continuing to monitor this story closely and will provide updates as they are available to us.
  • Today, February 11th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 95 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 61 on Oahu, 19 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,675 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,484; Maui: 1,901; Lanai: 109; Molokai: 26; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,206; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 770; and cases pending, 0. 424 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,775 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,078 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 10th, a total of 11,892 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,641 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,222 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 3,250 arrivals on Oahu, 3,189 arrivals on Maui, 1,158 arrivals on the Big Island, and 44 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Wednesday - February 10, 2021
  • Today, February 10th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 56 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 40 on Oahu, 9 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,584 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,423; Maui: 1,882; Lanai: 109; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,203; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 763; and cases pending, 0. 423 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,766 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,085 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 9th, a total of 8,551 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,558 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,409 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,760 arrivals on Oahu, 1,916 arrivals on Maui, 857 arrivals on the Big Island, and 25 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Tuesday - February 9, 2021
  • Today, February 9th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 37 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 22 on Oahu, 3 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,531 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,383; Maui: 1,873; Lanai: 109; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,201; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 761; and cases pending, 0. 418 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,752 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,127 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 8th, a total of 8,874 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,669 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,507 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,708 arrivals on Oahu, 2,136 arrivals on Maui, 800 arrivals on the Big Island, and 25 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Monday - February 8, 2021
  • Today, February 8th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 33 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 20 on Oahu, 7 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,500 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,361; Maui: 1,870; Lanai: 109; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,198; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 758; and cases pending, 0. 418 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,751 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,165 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 7th, a total of 7,170 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,014 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 876 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,522 arrivals on Oahu, 1,768 arrivals on Maui, 711 arrivals on the Big Island, and 13 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Sunday - February 7, 2021
  • Today, February 7th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 75 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 52 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,468 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,341; Maui: 1863; Lanai: 109; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,195; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 756; and cases pending, 0. 418 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,749 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,247 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 6th, a total of 10,864 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,034 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 906 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,273 arrivals on Oahu, 3,284 arrivals on Maui, 1,397 arrivals on the Big Island, and 80 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.

Week of January 31st - February 6th

Updates for Saturday - February 6, 2021
  • Today, February 6th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 108 new positive cases. There is 1 new case on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 85 on Oahu, 16 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,393 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,289; Maui: 1,849; Lanai: 109; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,188; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 754; and cases pending, 0. 416 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,745 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,318 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 5th, a total of 9,285 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,409 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 965 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,894 arrivals on Oahu, 2,542 arrivals on Maui, 947 arrivals on the Big Island, and 26 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - February 5, 2021
  • Today, February 5th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 101 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 63 on Oahu, 24 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,286 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,204; Maui: 1,833; Lanai: 108; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 178; Hawaii island: 2,187; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 751; and cases pending, 0. 416 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,732 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,342 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 4th, a total of 9,411 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,472 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 925 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,368 arrivals on Oahu, 2,130 arrivals on Maui, 911 arrivals on the Big Island, and 63 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Thursday - February 4, 2021
  • A survey conducted by the Hawaii Tourism Authority has found that visitors to the islands between late December and early January were pleased despite limitations caused by the coronavirus pandemic. A majority of visitors who traveled to Hawaii from the continental U.S. said their pre-travel testing through the Hawaii Safe Travels program went smoothly. Nearly 90% of visitors surveyed reported their visits were "excellent." Read more of this story in the Star-Advertiser.
  • Today, February 4th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 107 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, -1 on Kauai, 79 on Oahu, 16 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,187 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,141; Maui: 1,809; Lanai: 107; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 178; Hawaii island: 2,184; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 743; and cases pending, 0. 416 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,724 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,374 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 3rd, a total of 7,709 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,552 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 764 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,739 arrivals on Oahu, 2,000 arrivals on Maui, 791 arrivals on the Big Island, and 22 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Wednesday - February 3, 2021
  • Today, February 3rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 74 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 41 on Oahu, 23 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,081 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,062; Maui: 1,793; Lanai: 107; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,177; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 738; and cases pending, 0. 414 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,713 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,383 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 2nd, a total of 6,286 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,219 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 773 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,191 arrivals on Oahu, 1,462 arrivals on Maui, 544 arrivals on the Big Island, and 22 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Tuesday - February 2, 2021
  • Today, February 2nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 64 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 41 on Oahu, 17 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 26,007 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 21,021; Maui: 1,770; Lanai: 107; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,173; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 732; and cases pending, 0. 410 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,703 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,384 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, February 1st, a total of 8,542 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,347 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,109 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,676 arrivals on Oahu, 1,952 arrivals on Maui, 685 arrivals on the Big Island, and 34 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Monday - February 1, 2021
  • Today, February 1st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 90 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 57 on Oahu, 19 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 25,943 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,980; Maui: 1,753; Lanai: 107; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 179; Hawaii island: 2,169; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 730; and cases pending, 0. 410 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,699 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,382 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 31st, a total of 6,997 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,432 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,155 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,416 arrivals on Oahu, 1,523 arrivals on Maui, 485 arrivals on the Big Island, and 8 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • While not COVID-19 related, it is pertinent to Hawai travel so we're sharing this news here. Entrance and parking fees are coming soon for Wai'anapanapa State Park on the Road to Hana. Read more about this story in the Maui News.
Updates for Sunday - January 31, 2021
  • Today, January 31st, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 82 new positive cases. There are 11 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 59 on Oahu, 8 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 25,853 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,923; Maui: 1734; Lanai: 107; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 178; Hawaii island: 2,162; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 724; and cases pending, 0. 410 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,696 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,412 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 30th, a total of 9,039 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,205 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,028 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,685 arrivals on Oahu, 2,426 arrivals on Maui, 1,022 arrivals on the Big Island, and 72 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.

Week of January 24th - January 30th

Updates for Saturday - January 30, 2021
  • According to the Star-Advertiser, Hawaii Lt. Gov. Josh Green seeks looser rules for vaccinated travelers. In a memo Thursday to Governor David Ige, the four-county mayors, and other leaders, Green set out a proposal for updating Hawaii's COVID-19 policies as early as February 15th.
  • There was an interesting article in Forbes yesterday, entitled: "Traveling To Hawaii Could Get More Expensive With a New Tourist Tax." Hawaii's economy has suffered greatly at the hand of the pandemic, so any extra cash that can be made is no doubt appealing to lawmakers.
  • Today, January 30th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 116 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 82 on Oahu, 20 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 25,771 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,864; Maui: 1726; Lanai: 107; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 178; Hawaii island: 2,151; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 720; and cases pending, 0. 407 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,694 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,456 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 29th, a total of 7,277 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,986 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 820 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,488 arrivals on Oahu, 1,899 arrivals on Maui, 561 arrivals on the Big Island, and 38 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - January 29, 2021
  • Hawaii's visitor industry continues to be severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. In December 2020, visitor arrivals dropped 75.2 percent compared to a year ago, according to preliminary statistics released by the Hawaii Tourism Authority's (HTA) Tourism Research Division.
  • Today, January 29th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 115 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 75 on Oahu, 24 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 11 out of state for a cumulative total of 25,656 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,782; Maui: 1706; Lanai: 107; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 178; Hawaii island: 2,144; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 714; and cases pending, 0. 407 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,683 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,501 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 28th, a total of 8,737 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,760 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 988 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,096 arrivals on Oahu, 1,811 arrivals on Maui, 811 arrivals on the Big Island, and 42 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • Guide of US Hawaii was recently interviewed by the Washington Post about COVID-19 and how it has affected Hawaii in a new article by Hannah Sampson entitled: 'Hawaii wants tourists. Tourists want Hawaii. But the rules are complicated.' Read the full story here.
Updates for Thursday - January 28, 2021
  • Hawaii's visitor industry continues to be severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. In December 2020, visitor arrivals dropped 75.2 percent compared to a year ago, according to preliminary statistics released by the Hawaii Tourism Authority's (HTA) Tourism Research Division.
  • Today, January 28th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 100 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 65 on Oahu, 21 on Maui, 1 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 25,541 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,707; Maui: 1,682; Lanai: 107; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 178; Hawaii island: 2,139; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 703; and cases pending, 0. 406 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,684 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,539 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 27th, a total of 6,605 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,404 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 804 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,322 arrivals on Oahu, 1,526 arrivals on Maui, 536 arrivals on the Big Island, and 20 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Wednesday - January 27, 2021
  • Beginning February 1st, United Airlines Hawaii-bound passengers with a valid and negative COVID-19 test can show results before boarding. This 'pre-clear' option, which joins Hawaiian and Alaska Airlines, saves time and helps avoid additional document screening upon arrival. Participating passengers will receive a Pre-Clear wristband after verification of documents before boarding their flight to Hawaii. It will be available for passengers on United's 110 weekly flights to Hawaii. Read more at Beat of Hawaii. We should also note that upon arrival on the Big Island, visitors may be subject to an additional free on-site rapid COVID test. The 'Pre-Clear' process does not circumvent that. Additionally, Kauai is not participating in this program due to the island's unique travel restrictions.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since January 25th. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since January 25th. No additional international partners have been added since January 27th. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • Today, January 27th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 103 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 64 on Oahu, 27 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 9 out of state for a cumulative total of 25,442 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,642; Maui: 1,661; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 178; Hawaii island: 2,132; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 698; and cases pending, 0. 404 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,673 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,613 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 26th, a total of 4,976 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,194 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 825 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 845 arrivals on Oahu, 987 arrivals on Maui, 348 arrivals on the Big Island, and 14 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • Starting Friday, February 5th, travelers from South Korea may bypass the State of Hawaii's mandatory 10-day quarantine if they take a COVID-19 test from a trusted testing partner in Korea. The test must be taken no earlier than 72 hours prior to departure, and the test result must be negative.
Updates for Tuesday - January 26, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since January 25th. UC San Diego Health was removed from the trans-Pacific partner's list, we suspect for the final time. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since January 25th, when Costco/AZOVA was added to the inter-county partner's list. No additional international partners have been added since December 9, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • Today, January 26th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 71 new positive cases. There is 1 new case on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 54 on Oahu, 8 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 25,339 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,578; Maui: 1,634; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 178; Hawaii island: 2,129; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 689; and cases pending, 0. 401 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,669 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,612 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 25th, a total of 6,166 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,737 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,104 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,079 arrivals on Oahu, 1,184 arrivals on Maui, 456 arrivals on the Big Island, and 18 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Monday - January 25, 2021
  • Today, January 25th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 153 new positive cases. There are 6 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 88 on Oahu, 21 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 25,275 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,524; Maui: 1,626; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 178; Hawaii island: 2,128; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 688; and cases pending, 0. 342 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,664 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,656 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 24th, a total of 5,926 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,861 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 947 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 903 arrivals on Oahu, 1,348 arrivals on Maui, 596 arrivals on the Big Island, and 14 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Sunday - January 24, 2021
  • Today, January 24th, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 153 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 102 on Oahu, 34 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 8 out of state for a cumulative total of 25,154 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,436; Maui: 1,605; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 177; Hawaii island: 2,122; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 683; and cases pending, 0. 342 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,660 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,700 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 23rd, a total of 8,316 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,877 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 897 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,531 arrivals on Oahu, 2,337 arrivals on Maui, 977 arrivals on the Big Island, and 32 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.

Week of January 17th - January 23rd

Updates for Saturday - January 23, 2021
  • Today, January 23rd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 134 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 104 on Oahu, 21 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 25,003 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,334; Maui: 1,571; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 177; Hawaii island: 2,115; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 675; and cases pending, 0. 336 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,657 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,736 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Effective January 26, 2021, the following CDC Order will go into effect. For international travelers coming to the State of Hawaii, only tests from Trusted Testing Partners will be accepted for purposes of bypassing the State's 10-day traveler quarantine.
  • Yesterday, January 22nd, a total of 7,468 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,929 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 973 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,413 arrivals on Oahu, 1,912 arrivals on Maui, 582 arrivals on the Big Island, and 22 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - January 22, 2021
  • Today, January 22nd, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 132 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 97 on Oahu, 19 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 9 out of state for a cumulative total of 24,870 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,230; Maui: 1550; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 177; Hawaii island: 2,113; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 669; and cases pending, 0. 332 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,647 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,838 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 21st, a total of 8,198 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,259 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,030 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,863 arrivals on Oahu, 1,728 arrivals on Maui, 643 arrivals on the Big Island, and 25 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Thursday - January 21, 2021
  • Beginning today, January 21st, Hawaiian Airlines announced that they have now joined Alaska Airlines in pre-clearing Hawaii travelers at select locations on the U.S. mainland. This new approach allows those visitors participating, who have a negative test, to bypass all COVID screening protocols on arrival within Hawaii. According to Beat of Hawaii, the Hawaiian Airlines 'Pre-Clear Program' began last week at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), and, starting January 29th, the program will expand to Boston, JFK, Long Beach, and Phoenix locations as well. Hawaiian Airlines' other domestic U.S. gateways will join the program next month in February.
    • After verification of documents, guests participating in the 'pre-clear' program will receive a wristband before boarding. The following is what those travelers who take part need to do:
      1. Create a Safe Travels account for each adult and add all flight and lodging information.
      2. Complete the mandatory Safe Travels health questionnaire.
      3. Upload a negative test result in PDF format from an approved testing partner to Safe Travels. The airline is recommending guests also carry a printed copy of the negative results.
    • Hawaiian Airlines has also said that "Travelers whose negative COVID-19 test results are not uploaded to the Safe Travels app prior to departure or not made available during screening will be required to sign the state of Hawaii's 10-day self-quarantine agreement."
  • Beginning February 1st, the Kauai Enhanced Movement Quarantine (EMQ) 'Resort Bubble' program will be expanding to include two additional properties: The Point at Poipu and Hanalei Bay Resort. We also want to remind all Kauai travelers that if you stay three nights on another island before departing for Kauai, then take an inter-county pre-travel test, upload your test results to the state's Safe Travels website/program, and then subsequently travel to Kauai, you will not be subject to any quarantine. Remember also that all Kauai travelers must be "Be physically present in the State of Hawaii for more than 72 hours before flying to Kauai to qualify as an inter-island traveler." This program continues to be the best choice, in our opinion, for travelers who are willing to first spend three or more nights on Maui, Oahu, or the Big Island first. Remember, you cannot travel from the mainland or internationally and take part in this program. The only option for domestic and international travelers flying directly to Kauai is the EMQ 'Resort Bubble' program.
  • On 01/21/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 119 new positive cases. There are 16 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 66 on Oahu, 30 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 24,739 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,133; Maui: 1,531; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 176; Hawaii island: 2,108; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 660; and cases pending, 0. 328 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,642 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,953 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 20th, a total of 6,843 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,406 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,015 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,363 arrivals on Oahu, 1,542 arrivals on Maui, 476 arrivals on the Big Island, and 25 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Wednesday - January 20, 2021
  • On 01/20/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 75 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 49 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 24,620 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,067; Maui: 1,501; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 176; Hawaii island: 2,092; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 653; and cases pending, 0. 325 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,620 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2,127 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 19th, a total of 5,507 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,073 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,162 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 832 arrivals on Oahu, 789 arrivals on Maui, 443 arrivals on the Big Island, and 9 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Tuesday - January 19, 2021
  • On 01/19/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 65 new positive cases. There are 6 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 44 on Oahu, 9 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 5 out of state for a cumulative total of 24,546 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 20,018; Maui: 1,487; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 175; Hawaii island: 2,088; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 647; and cases pending, 0. 324 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,617 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2,184 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 18th, a total of 7,365 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,161 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,498 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,276 arrivals on Oahu, 1,356 arrivals on Maui, 511 arrivals on the Big Island, and 18 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Monday - January 18, 2021
  • On 01/18/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 129 new positive cases. There are 9 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 83 on Oahu, 21 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 14 out of state for a cumulative total of 24482 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 19974; Maui: 1478; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 175; Hawaii island: 2082; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 642; and cases pending, 0. 322 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1614 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2232 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 17th, a total of 6,770 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,276 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,157 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,176 arrivals on Oahu, 1,625 arrivals on Maui, 466 arrivals on the Big Island, and 9 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Sunday - January 17, 2021
  • On 01/17/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 132 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 86 on Oahu, 27 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 9 out of state for a cumulative total of 24,353 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 19,891; Maui: 1,457; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 173; Hawaii island: 2,073; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 628; and cases pending, 0. 322 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,611 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2,191 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 16th, a total of 9,819 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,707 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,107 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,699 arrivals on Oahu, 2,829 arrivals on Maui, 1,147 arrivals on the Big Island, and 32 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.

Week of January 10th - January 16th

Updates for Saturday - January 16, 2021
  • Effective January 19, 2021, Governor Ige has approved Maui Mayor Victorino's request for the mandatory contact tracing requirement for all travelers from both the mainland and interisland to Maui. All travelers to Maui, beginning January 19th, must download the AlohaSafe Alert App on their mobile phone. Failure to do so will result in mandatory 10-day quarantine. See our Hawaii Travel Restrictions page and the Maui Special Notice section for additional information.
  • On 01/16/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 150 new positive cases. There are 11 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 114 on Oahu, 30 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 9 out of state for a cumulative total of 24,223 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 19,805; Maui: 1,430; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 172; Hawaii island: 2,066; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 619; and cases pending, 0. 320 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,604 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2,190 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 15th, a total of 8,973 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,857 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,050 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,758 arrivals on Oahu, 2,204 arrivals on Maui, 874 arrivals on the Big Island, and 21 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - January 15, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since January 13th. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since December 18, 2020. No additional international partners have been added since December 9, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • Yesterday, January 15th, a total of 9,575 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,288 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,162 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,278 arrivals on Oahu, 2,212 arrivals on Maui, 778 arrivals on the Big Island, and 20 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 01/15/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 150 new positive cases. There are 5 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 111 on Oahu, 26 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 7 out of state for a cumulative total of 24,058 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 19,691; Maui: 1,400; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 171; Hawaii island: 2,055; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 610; and cases pending, 0. 318 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,596 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2,193 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Thursday - January 14, 2021
  • On 01/14/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 179 new positive cases. There are 13 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 118 on Oahu, 32 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 11 out of state for a cumulative total of 23,908 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 19,580; Maui: 1,374; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 170; Hawaii island: 2,050; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 603; and cases pending, 0. 318 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,596 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2,281 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 13th, a total of 7,901 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,025 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,107 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,579 arrivals on Oahu, 1,791 arrivals on Maui, 637 arrivals on the Big Island, and 18 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Wednesday - January 13, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, updated, or removed since January 13th. On 01/13/21, CityHealth Urgent Care at Oakland Airport was adjusted to all CityHealth Urgent Care locations. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since December 18, 2020. No additional international partners have been added since December 9, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • Yesterday, January 12th, a total of 5,703 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,651 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,052 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 952 arrivals on Oahu, 1,211 arrivals on Maui, 480 arrivals on the Big Island, and 8 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 01/13/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 106 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 73 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 13 out of state for a cumulative total of 23,733 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 19,462; Maui: 1,342; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 169; Hawaii island: 2,037; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 592; and cases pending, 0. 312 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,580 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2,292 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Tuesday - January 12, 2021
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, or removed since December 28th. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since December 18, 2020. No additional international partners have been added since December 9, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • Hawaii House Speaker Scott Saiki intends to tentatively introduce a bill that would make travel to Hawaii easier when the state's House of Representatives reconvenes on January 20th. According to KHON2, the new proposal would require trans-pacific travelers to provide proof of a single negative COVID-19 test result taken within three days of arrival regardless of which island they're visiting. Read the full story at Travel Pulse.
  • Yesterday, January 11th, a total of 7,242 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,115 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,517 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,303 arrivals on Oahu, 1,221 arrivals on Maui, 579 arrivals on the Big Island, and 12 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 01/12/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 114 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 83 on Oahu, 21 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 6 out of state for a cumulative total of 23,627 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 19,389; Maui: 1,331; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 167; Hawaii island: 2,030; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 579; and cases pending, 0. 309 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,561 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2,305 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Monday - January 11, 2021
  • On 01/11/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 172 new positive cases. There are 12 new cases on Hawaii Island, 9 on Kauai, 127 on Oahu, 30 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 20 out of state for a cumulative total of 23,341 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 19,198; Maui: 1,277; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 166; Hawaii island: 2,006; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 563; and cases pending, 0. 309 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,558 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2,152 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 10th, a total of 8,057 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,139 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,853 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,153 arrivals on Oahu, 1,450 arrivals on Maui, 529 arrivals on the Big Island, and 7 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Sunday - January 10, 2021
  • On 01/10/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 200 new positive cases. There are 12 new cases on Hawaii Island, 9 on Kauai, 127 on Oahu, 30 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 20 out of state for a cumulative total of 23,341 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 19,198; Maui: 1,277; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 166; Hawaii island: 2,006; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 563; and cases pending, 0. 309 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,558 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2,152 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 9th, a total of 9,891 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,057 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,599 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,654 arrivals on Oahu, 2,300 arrivals on Maui, 1,063 arrivals on the Big Island, and 40 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.

Week of January 3rd - January 9th

Updates for Saturday - January 9, 2021
  • On 01/09/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 250 new positive cases. There are 20 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 158 on Oahu, 50 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 20 out of state for a cumulative total of 23,143 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 19,071; Maui: 1,247; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 25; Kauai: 157; Hawaii island: 1,994; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 543; and cases pending, 0. 307 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,543 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 2,068 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 8th, a total of 8,913 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,002 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,787 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,501 arrivals on Oahu, 1,887 arrivals on Maui, 594 arrivals on the Big Island, and 20 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - January 8, 2021
  • On 01/08/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 264 new positive cases. There are 18 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 212 on Oahu, 56 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 34 out of state for a cumulative total of 22,631 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 18,711; Maui: 1,175; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 23; Kauai: 154; Hawaii island: 1,964; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 498; and cases pending, 0. 299 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,521 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,831 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 7th, a total of 11,020 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,756 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,180 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,974 arrivals on Oahu, 1,992 arrivals on Maui, 771 arrivals on the Big Island, and 19 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Thursday - January 7, 2021
  • House Speaker Scott Saiki plans to introduce legislation that would create statewide, uniform COVID-19 travel rules to reduce confusion for both residents and tourists. A Saiki bill calling for a uniform travel policy "would not allow for the kinds of exemptions that we are currently seeing, such as on Kauai. The statewide travel policy should be consistent and apply to all counties to avoid confusion and to help prop up our entire statewide economy." Read the full story in the Star-Advertiser.
  • On 01/07/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 322 new positive cases. There are 18 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 212 on Oahu, 56 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 34 out of state for a cumulative total of 22,631 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 18,711; Maui: 1,175; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 23; Kauai: 154; Hawaii island: 1,964; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 498; and cases pending, 0. 299 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,521 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,831 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 6th, a total of 9,076 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,768 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,204 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,513 arrivals on Oahu, 1,678 arrivals on Maui, 550 arrivals on the Big Island, and 27 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Wednesday - January 6, 2021
  • On 01/06/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 143 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 3 on Kauai, 85 on Oahu, 28 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 1 on Molokai, and 17 out of state for a cumulative total of 22,310 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 18,499; Maui: 1,119; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 23; Kauai: 153; Hawaii island: 1,946; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 464; and cases pending, 0. 299 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,519 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,543 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 5th, a total of 8,604 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,350 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,446 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,371 arrivals on Oahu, 1,397 arrivals on Maui, 563 arrivals on the Big Island, and 19 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Tuesday - January 5, 2021
  • Beginning today, January 5, 2021, intercounty travelers to Kauai will be allowed to participate in the state of Hawaii's Safe Travels program and be exempt from the 10-day travel quarantine with proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no less than 72 hours before intercounty travel. This is only for inter-county travel and does not apply to any transpacific travel. Also effective today, Governor Ige approved Kauai Mayor Kawakami's request to implement a pre-and-post-travel testing program for visitors who stay in "resort bubble" hotels. It will allow travelers who participate in the program to enjoy the resort amenities for the first three days of their vacation until they are eligible to take their post-travel test. Once the post-travel test shows they are COVID-free, they will be released from quarantine and can leave the "resort bubble."
  • On 01/05/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 124 new positive cases. There are 12 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 74 on Oahu, 21 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 16 out of state for a cumulative total of 22,168 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 18,414; Maui: 1,091; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 150; Hawaii island: 1,938; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 447; and cases pending, 0. 289 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,498 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,642 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 4th, a total of 11,015 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,552 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 3,913 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,533 arrivals on Oahu, 1,350 arrivals on Maui, 656 arrivals on the Big Island, and 13 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Monday - January 4, 2021
  • On 01/04/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 89 new positive cases. There are 4 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 62 on Oahu, 9 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 14 out of state for a cumulative total of 22,045 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 18,340; Maui: 1,070; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 150; Hawaii island: 1,926; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 431; and cases pending, 0. 289 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,488 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,598 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 3rd, a total of 12,120 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,540 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,870 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,175 arrivals on Oahu, 1,720 arrivals on Maui, 627 arrivals on the Big Island, and 18 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Sunday - January 3, 2021
  • On 01/03/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 149 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 88 on Oahu, 30 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 27 out of state for a cumulative total of 21,956 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 18,278; Maui: 1,061; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 150; Hawaii island: 1,922; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 417; and cases pending, 0. 289 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,479 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,655 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 2nd, a total of 12,238 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,570 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 4,217 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,347 arrivals on Oahu, 2,389 arrivals on Maui, 823 arrivals on the Big Island, and 11 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.

Week of December 27th - January 2nd

Updates for Saturday - January 2, 2021
  • On 01/02/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 171 new positive cases. There are 20 new cases on Hawaii Island, 2 on Kauai, 92 on Oahu, 45 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 21,807 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 18,190; Maui: 1,031; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 148; Hawaii island: 1,920; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 390; and cases pending, 0. 289 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,479 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,736 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, January 1st, a total of 9,583 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,723 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,950 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,773 arrivals on Oahu, 2,208 arrivals on Maui, 727 arrivals on the Big Island, and 15 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - January 1, 2021
  • On 01/01/2021, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 241 new positive cases. There are 13 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 190 on Oahu, 28 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 9 out of state for a cumulative total of 21,638 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 18,098; Maui: 986; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 146; Hawaii island: 1,900; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 380; and cases pending, 0. 289 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,473 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,727 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 31st, a total of 10,507 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,875 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,189 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,191 arrivals on Oahu, 1,865 arrivals on Maui, 805 arrivals on the Big Island, and 14 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Thursday - December 31, 2020
  • Yesterday, December 30th, a total of 12,501 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 6,091 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,611 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,777 arrivals on Oahu, 2,338 arrivals on Maui, 953 arrivals on the Big Island, and 23 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • Kauai heard back from the governor yesterday on its proposal for quarantine at Kauai resort bubbles, and it was approved. According to Beat of Hawaii, more changes could be coming soon. The Garden Island's mayor also has proposed yet another plan that goes like this. Rule 23 would allow "Pre-travel testing exemptions for inter-island travel only." This would, in effect, "Rescind the county's moratorium on the Safe Travels program, but only as it applies to inter-island travel." Update: Beginning January 5, 2021, intercounty travelers to Kauai will be allowed to participate in the state of Hawaii's Safe Travels program and be exempt from the 10-day travel quarantine with proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no less than 72 hours before intercounty travel. This is only for inter-county travel and does not apply to any transpacific travel.
  • On 12/31/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 188 new positive cases. There are 14 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 135 on Oahu, 26 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 13 out of state for a cumulative total of 21,397 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 17,908; Maui: 958; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 145; Hawaii island: 1,887; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 371; and cases pending, 0. 288 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,462 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,619 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Wednesday - December 30, 2020
  • On the afternoon of December 30, 2020, Governor Ige approved Kauai Mayor Kawakami's request to implement a pre-and-post-travel testing program for visitors who stay in "resort bubble" hotels, effective January 5. It will allow travelers who participate in the program to enjoy the resort amenities for the first three days of their vacation until they are eligible to take their post-travel test. Once the post-travel test shows they are COVID-free, they will be released from quarantine and can leave the "resort bubble." See our travel restrictions page for more information.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners have been announced, added, or removed since December 28th. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since December 18, 2020. No additional international partners have been added since December 9, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • On 12/30/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 108 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 84 on Oahu, 17 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 2 out of state for a cumulative total of 21209 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 17773; Maui: 932; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 145; Hawaii island: 1873; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 358; and cases pending, 0. 285 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1458 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1578 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 29th, a total of 12,669 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 6,560 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,422 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,774 arrivals on Oahu, 2,627 arrivals on Maui, 1,150 arrivals on the Big Island, and 9 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Tuesday - December 29, 2020
  • Two additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners were included in yesterday's (12/28/20) Department of Health update; they are Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation and the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada. No additional inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since December 18, 2020. No additional international partners have been added since December 9, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • On 12/29/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 76 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 55 on Oahu, 9 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 4 out of state for a cumulative total of 21,103 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 17,689; Maui: 915; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 144; Hawaii island: 1,871; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 356; and cases pending, 0. 285 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,452 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,577 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 28th, a total of 12,426 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 6,154 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,407 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,438 arrivals on Oahu, 2,550 arrivals on Maui, 1,157 arrivals on the Big Island, and 9 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Monday - December 28, 2020
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners or inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since December 18, 2020. No additional international partners have been added since December 9, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • More travelers came to Hawaii from the mainland in the week leading up to Christmas than in any other week since the launch of the state's pre-travel testing program, data from the Hawaii Tourism Authority shows. Read the full story at Hawaii News Now.
  • Yesterday, December 27th, a total of 13,332 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,660 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,108 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,683 arrivals on Oahu, 3,531 arrivals on Maui, 1,427 arrivals on the Big Island, and 19 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 12/28/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 46 new positive cases. There are 2 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 29 on Oahu, 13 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 0 out of state for a cumulative total of 21,028 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 17,634; Maui: 906; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 144; Hawaii island: 1,864; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 352; and cases pending, 0. 285 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,446 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,558 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Sunday - December 27, 2020
  • On 12/27/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 95 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 72 on Oahu, 18 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 1 out of state for a cumulative total of 20,983 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 17,605; Maui: 893; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 143; Hawaii island: 1,862; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 352; and cases pending, 0. 285 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,445 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,701 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 26th, a total of 17,018 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 11,471 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1200 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 4,181 arrivals on Oahu, 5,204 arrivals on Maui, 2,058 arrivals on the Big Island, and 28 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.

Week of December 20th - December 26th

Updates for Saturday - December 26, 2020
  • On 12/26/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 120 new positive cases. There are 3 new cases on Hawaii Island, 3 on Kauai, 83 on Oahu, 20 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 20,888 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 17,533; Maui: 875; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 142; Hawaii island: 1,859; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 351; and cases pending, 0. 285 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,445 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,687 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 25th, a total of 11,257 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,650 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 597 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 3,130 arrivals on Oahu, 3,248 arrivals on Maui, 1,262 arrivals on the Big Island, and 10 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - December 25, 2020
  • On 12/25/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 120 new positive cases. There are 8 new cases on Hawaii Island, 0 on Kauai, 94 on Oahu, 17 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 0 out of state for a cumulative total of 20,769 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 17,450; Maui: 855; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 139; Hawaii island: 1,856; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 341; and cases pending, 0. 285 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,442 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,773 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 24th, a total of 12,723 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,625 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 927 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 3,056 arrivals on Oahu, 3,207 arrivals on Maui, 1,362 arrivals on the Big Island, and 0 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Thursday - December 24, 2020
  • On 12/24/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 129 new positive cases. There are 13 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 79 on Oahu, 32 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 20,650 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 17,356; Maui: 838; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 139; Hawaii island: 1,848; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 341; and cases pending, 0. 285 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,436 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,733 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 23rd, a total of 12,725 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 6,571 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1375 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,677 arrivals on Oahu, 2,668 arrivals on Maui, 1,222 arrivals on the Big Island, and 4 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Wednesday - December 23, 2020
  • We'll be taking the next few days off from updating this page to celebrate the holidays, but we'll be back on the 26th of December with fresh updates. Season's Greetings!
  • Yesterday, December 22nd, a total of 9,841 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,742 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,168 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,804 arrivals on Oahu, 1,977 arrivals on Maui, 958 arrivals on the Big Island, and 3 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 12/23/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 107 new positive cases. There are 13 new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 68 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 20,522 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 17,277; Maui: 806; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 138; Hawaii island: 1,835; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 338; and cases pending, 0. 285 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,426 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,723 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Tuesday - December 22, 2020
  • Kauai Mayor Kawakami has now extended the duration of the travel shutdown for Kauai county to be at least until February 20, 2021. Today's proclamation is effective for an additional 60 days unless something changes. Read more at Beat of Hawaii.
  • On 12/22/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 66 new positive cases. There are six (6) new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 51 on Oahu, seven (7) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and two (2) out of state for a cumulative total of 20,417 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 17,209; Maui: 792; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 138; Hawaii island: 1,822; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 328; and cases pending, 0. 282 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,415 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,700 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 21st, a total of 12,131 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 6,119 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,501 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,392 arrivals on Oahu, 2,440 arrivals on Maui, 1,279 arrivals on the Big Island, and 8 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Monday - December 21, 2020
  • Halemaumau Crater in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park began a surprise eruption last night around 9:30 pm HST. Lava fountains reportedly reached 165 feet into the air around 1 am HST. If you’re on Hawaii Island and want to get a glimpse of the eruption, then you're in luck: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is open for visitors. Read more at Hawaii News Now.
  • Yesterday, December 20th, a total of 13,045 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,175 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,436 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,519 arrivals on Oahu, 3,144 arrivals on Maui, 1,497 arrivals on the Big Island, and 15 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 12/21/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 134 new positive cases. There are 13 new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 104 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and two (2) out of state for a cumulative total of 20,351 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 17,158; Maui: 785; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 138; Hawaii island: 1,816; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 326; and cases pending, 0. 282 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,413 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,688 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Sunday - December 20, 2020
  • Yesterday, December 19th, a total of 16,995 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 10,068 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,438 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 3,550 arrivals on Oahu, 4,502 arrivals on Maui, 1,997 arrivals on the Big Island, and 19 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 12/20/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 204 new positive cases. There are 13 new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 178 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and no (0) out of state for a cumulative total of 20,217 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 17,054; Maui: 771; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 137; Hawaii island: 1,803; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 324; and cases pending, 0. 282 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,412 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,632 total active cases in the last 14 days.

Week of December 13th - December 19th

Updates for Saturday - December 19, 2020
  • On 12/19/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 156 new positive cases. There are 21 new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 116 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and four (4) out of state for a cumulative total of 20,015 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 16,876; Maui: 760; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 137; Hawaii island: 1,790; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 324; and cases pending, 0. 281 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,405 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,529 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 18th, a total of 13,244 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 6,980 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,395 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,677 arrivals on Oahu, 3,010 arrivals on Maui, 1,279 arrivals on the Big Island, and 14 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - December 18, 2020
  • Today, the U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners list was updated to include the Guam Department of Public Health while the Hawaii Department of Health removed UC San Diego Health (for the second time recently) from the trusted partner's list.
  • Today we received word that Lieutenant Governor Josh Green has recently said that he would ask Governor Ige to approve travel both trans-Pacific and interisland for anyone who has had a COVID vaccination without further requirements starting February 1, 2021. We'll continue to monitor this developing story closely and we'll post updates accordingly on our Hawaii COVID-19 Vaccination page.
  • Yesterday, December 17th, a total of 11,069 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,203 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,360 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,997 arrivals on Oahu, 2,108 arrivals on Maui, 1,090 arrivals on the Big Island, and 8 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 12/18/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 130 new positive cases. There are six (6) new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 104 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and six (6) out of state for a cumulative total of 19,859 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 16,760; Maui: 746; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 136; Hawaii island: 1,769; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 320; and cases pending, 0. 281 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,394 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,489 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Thursday - December 17, 2020
  • Yesterday, December 16th, a total of 9,600 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,344 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,315 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,630 arrivals on Oahu, 1,982 arrivals on Maui, 732 arrivals on the Big Island, and 0 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 12/17/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 142 new positive cases. There are 15 new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 113 on Oahu, seven (7) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and five (5) out of state for a cumulative total of 19,731 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 16,656; Maui: 735; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 135; Hawaii island: 1,763; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 314; and cases pending, 0. 280 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - there have been 1,468 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Wednesday - December 16, 2020
  • Late this evening, Governor Ige signed the 17th Emergency Proclamation, which goes into effect on Thursday, December 17th. It reduces the state's mandatory self-quarantine period for travelers entering the state and traveling between counties from 14 to 10 days. The change is based on updated recommendations issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the State of Hawaii's Department of Health.
  • Yesterday, December 15th, a total of 7,249 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,031 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,193 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,226 arrivals on Oahu, 1,213 arrivals on Maui, 583 arrivals on the Big Island, and 9 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 12/16/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 110 new positive cases. There are five (5) new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 85 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and six (6) out of state for a cumulative total of 19,590 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 16,543; Maui: 728; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 134; Hawaii island: 1,748; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 309; and cases pending, 0. 278 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,382 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,470 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Tuesday - December 15, 2020
  • Yesterday, December 14th, a total of 7,663 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,902 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,554 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,172 arrivals on Oahu, 1,203 arrivals on Maui, 526 arrivals on the Big Island, and one (1) arrival on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 12/15/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 57 new positive cases. There are 10 new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 35 on Oahu, seven (7) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and four (4) out of state for a cumulative total of 19,480 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 16,458; Maui: 714; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 134; Hawaii island: 1,743; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 303; and cases pending, 0. 274 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,374 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,435 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • According to Hawaii News Now, after nine months of being closed, Diamond Head State Monument will reopen to the public this coming Thursday with new COVID-19 protocols in place. The state Department of Land and Natural Resources said the park will still be closed Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, as well as Christmas, and New Years Day.
Updates for Monday - December 14, 2020
  • Yesterday, December 13th, a total of 7,975 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,741 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,366 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,278 arrivals on Oahu, 1,701 arrivals on Maui, 754 arrivals on the Big Island, and 8 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 12/14/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 190 new positive cases. There are 15 new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 157 on Oahu, 15 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and two (2) out of state for a cumulative total of 19,424 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 16,423; Maui: 707; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 134; Hawaii island: 1,733; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 299; and cases pending, 0. 274 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,367 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,425 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Sunday - December 13, 2020
  • On 12/13/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 90 new positive cases. There are 10 new cases on Hawaii Island, four (4) on Kauai, 55 on Oahu, eight (8) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 19,235 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 16,266; Maui: 692; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 134; Hawaii island: 1,718; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 297; and cases pending, 0. 274 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,365 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,319 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 12th, a total of 10,202 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,618 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,328 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 2,001 arrivals on Oahu, 2,544 arrivals on Maui, 1,054 arrivals on the Big Island, and 19 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.

Week of December 6th - December 12th

Updates for Saturday - December 12, 2020
  • On 12/12/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 198 new positive cases. There are 17 new cases on Hawaii Island, five (5) on Kauai, 152 on Oahu, 22 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and one (1) out of state for a cumulative total of 19,148 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 16,211; Maui: 684; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 130; Hawaii island: 1,708; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 287; and cases pending, 0. 271 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,361 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,293 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 11th, a total of 8,146 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,932 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,187 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,504 arrivals on Oahu, 1,664 arrivals on Maui, 757 arrivals on the Big Island, and 7 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - December 11, 2020
  • Yesterday, December 10th, a total of 8,438 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,807 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,259 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,553 arrivals on Oahu, 1,544 arrivals on Maui, 687 arrivals on the Big Island, and 23 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 12/11/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 89 new positive cases. There are three (3) new cases on Hawaii Island, two (2) on Kauai, 56 on Oahu, 18 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and eight (8) out of state for a cumulative total of 18,951 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 16,059; Maui: 662; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 125; Hawaii island: 1,691; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 286; and cases pending, 0. 269 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,357 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,171 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Thursday - December 10, 2020
  • On 12/10/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 123 new positive cases. There are 24 new cases on Hawaii Island, two (2) on Kauai, 79 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and seven (7) out of state for a cumulative total of 18,864 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 16,003; Maui: 644; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 123; Hawaii island: 1,688; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 278; and cases pending, 0. 268 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,354 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,175 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 9th, a total of 6,595 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,825 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,139 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,162 arrivals on Oahu, 1,222 arrivals on Maui, 427 arrivals on the Big Island, and 14 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Wednesday - December 9, 2020
  • UC San Diego Health was added back to the list as a trusted domestic pre-travel trans-pacific partner today. Several additional international partners have been added for Japan today as well, the first update to the Japanese partners since October 27, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • On 12/9/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 80 new positive cases. There are 12 new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 45 on Oahu, 15 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and seven (7) out of state for a cumulative total of 18,741 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,924; Maui: 633; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 121; Hawaii island: 1,664; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 271; and cases pending, 0. 266 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,346 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,179 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 8th, a total of 5,538 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,126 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,156 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 839 arrivals on Oahu, 936 arrivals on Maui, 345 arrivals on the Big Island, and 6 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Tuesday - December 8, 2020
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners or inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since November 20, 2020.
  • On 12/8/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 53 new positive cases. There are five (5) new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 39 on Oahu, six (6) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, three (3) on Molokai, and no (0) out of state for a cumulative total of 18,661 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,879; Maui: 618; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 22; Kauai: 120; Hawaii island: 1,652; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 264; and cases pending, 0. 262 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,329 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,207 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 7th, a total of 6,695 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,550 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,446 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,031 arrivals on Oahu, 1,099 arrivals on Maui, 414 arrivals on the Big Island, and 6 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • According to Hawaii News Now, state officials said today that the state of Hawaii plans to shorten the mandatory quarantine for incoming travelers who do not get a testing exemption, from 14 down to 10 days. There is currently no date set for this to go into effect, but we expect it to be announced in the next emergency proclamation by Governor Ige. We'll continue to follow this story closely and post updates accordingly.
Updates for Monday - December 7, 2020
  • In comments from readers, we've heard one consistent theme recently, and that is that the current Safe Travels program makes it very difficult to visit Hawaii at this time, primarily due to the time restraints with testing. Beat of Hawaii is reporting that more changes are in the pipeline and are likely imminent, as soon as this week. The Governor has some decisions to make regarding testing timelines (possibly extending it to 96 hours, up from the current 72-hour timeline), second post-arrival tests (who pays is to be determined), and whether Kauai will be allowed to continue to opt-out of the Safe Travels program. We're continuing to monitor the situation closely and will update both this website and our email list accordingly as we receive official updates.
  • Today, December 7th commemorates the 79th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and marks the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII. The theme of the event today is Above and Beyond the Call. Over 2,400 Americans died at Pearl Harbor and more than another 1,000 were injured during the bombing. Over 300 aircraft and 19 naval ships were damaged or destroyed. It marked the entrance of the US into World War II and FDR said the attack was, "A date which will live in infamy." There will be a live stream tomorrow morning (HST), the full details of which you can learn about at Beat of Hawaii.
  • On 12/7/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 81 new positive cases. There are 7 new cases on Hawaii Island, 1 on Kauai, 58 on Oahu, 12 on Maui, 0 on Lanai, 0 on Molokai, and 3 out of state for a cumulative total of 18608 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15840; Maui: 612; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 19; Kauai: 120; Hawaii island: 1647; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 264; and cases pending, 0. 262 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1329 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1210 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 6th, a total of 7,055 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,122 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,465 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,025 arrivals on Oahu, 1,411 arrivals on Maui, 676 arrivals on the Big Island, and 10 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Sunday - December 6, 2020
  • Kauai Mayor Derek Kawakami says leaders of each Hawaii county are calling on Gov. Ige for more required testing. "All four of Hawaii’s mayors have agreed on a unified proposal to require that the Safe Travels program require all incoming trans-pacific travelers to take a pre-travel test along with a second, post-travel test three to four days after arrival. This statewide proposal has been presented to Governor Ige for his consideration," Mayor Kawakami said (emphasis ours). Read the full story at Hawaii News Now.
  • Yesterday, December 5th, a total of 9,377 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,965 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,340 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,705 arrivals on Oahu, 2,394 arrivals on Maui, 836 arrivals on the Big Island, and 30 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 12/6/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 105 new positive cases. There are four (4) new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 87 on Oahu, six (6) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and seven (7) out of state for a cumulative total of 18,527 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,782; Maui: 600; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 19; Kauai: 119; Hawaii island: 1,640; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 261; and cases pending, 0. 262 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,328 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,235 total active cases in the last 14 days.

Week of November 29th - December 5th

Updates for Saturday - December 5, 2020
  • On 12/5/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 133 new positive cases. There are 13 new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 82 on Oahu, 15 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, one (1) on Molokai, and 22 out of state for a cumulative total of 18,423 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,695; Maui: 594; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 19; Kauai: 119; Hawaii island: 1,636; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 254; and cases pending, 0. 261 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,326 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,258 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, December 4th, a total of 7,876 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,979 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,151 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,529 arrivals on Oahu, 1,723 arrivals on Maui, 713 arrivals on the Big Island, and 14 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - December 4, 2020
  • The Hawaii Health Department changed its quarantine recommendations today for anyone exposed to COVID-19, saying they now need only self-isolate for 10 days. Health Department officials said the updated recommendation doesn't change the state's current quarantine mandate for travelers. Trans-Pacific passengers must still complete a 14-day quarantine if they fail to receive a negative COVID-19 result before departure for the islands. Read the full story at Hawaii News Now.
  • The Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa is closing its doors next week after Kauai's mayor's decision to opt-out of the state's pre-travel testing program for visitors. The resort has announced it will remain closed through at least December 31 and has not set a reopening date in 2021 at this time.
  • Vault Health has a notice on their website that's worth noting, "Due to no Sunday UPS shipping and an increase in UPS holiday traffic, we encourage passengers to look for a local testing solution if traveling on a Tuesday or Wednesday for the remainder of the year." So if you're planning to visit Hawaii on either of those two weekdays, we'd follow Vault's advice and use another provider instead.
  • Yesterday, December 3rd, a total of 8,908 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,203 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,408 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,744 arrivals on Oahu, 1,813 arrivals on Maui, 640 arrivals on the Big Island, and 6 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 12/4/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 106 new positive cases. There are 10 new cases on Hawaii Island, three (3) on Kauai, 73 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and four (4) out of state for a cumulative total of 18,290 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,613; Maui: 579; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 18; Kauai: 119; Hawaii island: 1,623; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 232; and cases pending, 0. 256 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,325 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,300 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Thursday - December 3, 2020
  • Yesterday morning, the CDC updated its recommendation that the quarantine period for those testing negative for COVID is reduced from 14 to only 7 days. This news will likely impact Hawaii's travel rules as well, potentially lowering the number of days required in quarantine. We're still awaiting updates from the state and will update our readers promptly once any changes are announced.
  • Yesterday, December 2nd, a total of 8,228 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,690 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,674 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,483 arrivals on Oahu, 1,595 arrivals on Maui, 605 arrivals on the Big Island, and 7 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system. The large drop in arrivals on Kauai was expected provided yesterday was the first day of required quarantine for all Kauai traveler arrivals.
  • On 12/3/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 144 new positive cases. There are seven (7) new cases on Hawaii Island, two (2) on Kauai, 116 on Oahu, 14 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and three (3) out of state for a cumulative total of 18,186 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,540; Maui: 565; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 18; Kauai: 116; Hawaii island: 1,613; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 228; and cases pending, 0. 246 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,315 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,288 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Wednesday - December 2, 2020
  • Starting today, December 2nd - all travelers to Kauai - including those on neighbor island flights - now need to quarantine for 14-days upon arrival, regardless of COVID-19 test results.
  • Hanauma Bay on Oahu has reopened following an 8-month COVID-19 closure. Only 720 people will be admitted per day to visit the popular attraction, and the bay will be closed every Monday and Tuesday. That is a pretty significant change from 2019 when the average number of daily visitors to the park was about 3,000.
  • Yesterday, December 1st, a total of 9,185 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,935 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,027 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. In terms of Vacation/Leisure travel, there were 1,283 arrivals on Oahu, 1,518 arrivals on Maui, 472 arrivals on the Big Island, and 662 arrivals on Kauai. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 12/2/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 78 new positive cases. There is one (1) new case on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 62 on Oahu, four (4) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and eight (8) out of state for a cumulative total of 18,044 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,424; Maui: 551; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 18; Kauai: 114; Hawaii island: 1,606; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 225; and cases pending, 0. 244 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,304 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,250 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Tuesday - December 1, 2020
  • Beginning tomorrow, Wednesday - December 2nd, the Big Island of Hawaii will begin testing all incoming trans-Pacific travelers for COVID-19. Read more at Hawaii News Now.
  • On 12/1/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 44 new positive cases. There are six (6) new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 32 on Oahu, five (5) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and no (0) out of state for a cumulative total of 17,968 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,362; Maui: 547; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 18; Kauai: 113; Hawaii island: 1,605; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 217; and cases pending, 0. 244 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,291 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,243 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 30th, a total of 8,876 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,134 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,776 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Monday - November 30, 2020
  • According to an article at Beat of Hawaii today, more changes are coming in regards to the Safe Travels program. The Hawaii Lieutenant Governor has several new proposals for pre and post-travel testing while Oahu Mayor Caldwell has other proposals for the same program. Bottom line is to expect additional changes to the Safe Travels program. If you're visiting Hawaii soon, we'd recommend watching these developments closely. We're continuing to follow this story closely and will post updates accordingly.
  • Yesterday, November 29th, a total of 6,626 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,112 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 2,335 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 11/30/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 85 new positive cases. There are four (4) new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 66 on Oahu, nine (9) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, one (1) on Molokai, and four (4) out of state for a cumulative total of 17,925 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,330; Maui: 542; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 18; Kauai: 113; Hawaii island: 1,599; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 217; and cases pending, 0. 244 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,290 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,243 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Sunday - November 29, 2020
  • On 11/29/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 57 new positive cases. There are four (4) new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 46 on Oahu, three (3) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and two (2) out of state for a cumulative total of 17,840 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,264; Maui: 533; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 112; Hawaii island: 1,595; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 213; and cases pending, 0. 244 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,288 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,254 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 28th, a total of 7,323 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,510 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,481 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • For the week of November 22 - November 28, a total of 59,718 people arrived in Hawaii from out of the state; 30,786 were those on vacation/leisure travel and 9,140 were residents.

Week of November 22nd - 28th

Updates for Saturday - November 28, 2020
  • On 11/28/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 76 new positive cases. There are 17 new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 48 on Oahu, nine (9) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and one (1) out of state for a cumulative total of 17,784 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,218; Maui: 530; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 111; Hawaii island: 1,591; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 211; and cases pending, 0. 240 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,287 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,304 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 27th, a total of 7,173 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,803 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 944 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - November 27, 2020
  • Breaking News: On November 27th, Governor David Ige just announced that starting December 2, 2020, all transpacific and intercounty travelers arriving on Kauai will be subject to the 14-day quarantine regardless of testingEmergency Rule 23 temporarily pauses Kauai's participation in the state's pre-travel testing program. Read the full press release here.
  • In the Star-Advertiser today, they reported that additional island Mayors are also seeking travel rule changes amid surging coronavirus cases. We'll continue to follow this story closely.
  • On 11/27/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 92 new positive cases. There are five (5) new cases on Hawaii Island, five (5) on Kauai, 69 on Oahu, four (4) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and seven (7) out of state for a cumulative total of 17,708 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,170; Maui: 521; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 110; Hawaii island: 1,574; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 210; and cases pending, 0. 240 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,287 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,332 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 26th, a total of 8,116 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,420 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 952 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Thursday - November 26, 2020
  • We wanted to wish a very Happy Thanksgiving to all our U.S. readers today.
  • On 11/26/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 120 new positive cases. There are 11 new cases on Hawaii Island, three (3) on Kauai, 90 on Oahu, 13 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and no (0) out of state for a cumulative total of 17,618 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,101; Maui: 517; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 105; Hawaii island: 1,569; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 203; and cases pending, 0. 237 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,286 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,341 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 25th, a total of 8,443 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,098 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,440 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Wednesday - November 25, 2020
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners or inter-island partners have been announced, added, or removed since November 20, 2020. No additional international partners have been added since October 27, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • Yesterday, November 24th, a total of 7,380 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,373 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,235 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • For both Hawaii visitors and returning residents alike, navigating traveler testing rules is complicated. Recent changes to Hawaii's pre-travel testing program, combined with a shortage of COVID-19 tests on the mainland amid the continued surge in cases, are continuing to cause headaches for would-be visitors and residents trying to return to Hawaii. Read more at Hawaii News Now.
  • On 11/25/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 108 new positive cases. There is one (1) new case on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 93 on Oahu, five (5) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and eight (8) out of state for a cumulative total of 17,501 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 15,011; Maui: 504; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 102; Hawaii island: 1,558; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 203; and cases pending, 0. 235 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,269 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,340 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Tuesday - November 24, 2020
  • Is Kauai heading for a complete travel shutdown beginning December 1st? This is a breaking story we're following closely. The Mayor of Kauai, Derek Kawakami, has proposed to the Governor that Kauai implement a strict 14-quarantine for ALL arrivals beginning December 1, 2020; regardless of taking the pre-travel test or not. Read the full story on Beat of Hawaii and/or Hawaii News Now.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners or inter-island partners have been announced since November 20, 2020. No additional international partners have been added since October 27, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • According to Beat of Hawaii, CVS is looking to pull out of Hawaii's pre-travel testing program, while other testing partners like Vault are overwhelmed. We will continue to monitor this situation closely and advise travelers accordingly.
  • Beginning today, November 24th, all trans-Pacific travelers who board a plane on the final leg of their trip to the Hawaiian Islands without first securing a negative test will be subject to mandatory quarantine. Tests must be taken with trusted testing and travel partners with 72 hours of departure. The negative test result must be uploaded onto SafeTravels prior to departure or printed out prior to departure and a hard copy in hand when arriving in Hawaii. There is growing concern about this new set of restrictions, both from those working in the Hawaii tourism industry and from travelers alike. More in the Star-Advertiser.
  • We also now know why Quest Diagnostics was quietly removed as a trusted partner last week. Apparently, Quest Diagnostics suspended its participation in the Hawaii pre-travel testing program due to high testing demand. Additionally, UC San Diego Health, who also was temporarily removed as a trusted partner, has a message on their website currently stating, "Although we were recently listed as one of the state of Hawaii's travel partners, that service is not yet operational. We expect to offer testing for Hawaii travel by late November or early December."
  • Yesterday, November 23rd, a total of 10,515 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,299 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,730 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 11/24/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 61 new positive cases. There are six (6) new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 45 on Oahu, four (4) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and four (4) out of state for a cumulative total of 17,393 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 14,918; Maui: 499; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 101; Hawaii island: 1,557; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 195; and cases pending, 0. 233 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,268 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,313 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Monday - November 23, 2020
  • Earlier today, Hawaiian Airlines announced the expansion of their COVID pre-travel testing program that guarantees results within 36 hours. They will provide pre-travel tests for all travelers departing to Hawaii from Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Portland, and Seattle. Read the full story at Beat of Hawaii.
  • Yesterday, November 22nd, a total of 10,768 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 6,283 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,358 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 11/23/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 114 new positive cases. There are 10 new cases on Hawaii Island, three (3) on Kauai, 79 on Oahu, 11 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and 10 out of state for a cumulative total of 17,333 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 14,873; Maui: 495; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 100; Hawaii island: 1,551; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 191; and cases pending, 0. 233 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,261 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,314 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Sunday - November 22, 2020
  • We've heard from quite a few of our readers that they are not especially pleased with the sudden rule changes going into effect next week beginning November 24th. It seems they're not alone - as a story yesterday at Beat of Hawaii highlights many traveler's similar concerns about the new restrictions going into place so suddenly.
  • On 11/22/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 123 new positive cases. There are 14 new cases on Hawaii Island, six (6) on Kauai, 96 on Oahu, four (4) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and two (2) out of state for a cumulative total of 17,220 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 14,794; Maui: 484; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 97; Hawaii island: 1,541; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 181; and cases pending, 0. 233 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,255 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,336 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 21st, a total of 13,690 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 9,042 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,123 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • For the week of November 15 - November 21, a total of 66,304 people arrived in Hawaii from out of the state; 36,212 were those on vacation/leisure travel and 8,100 were residents.

Week of November 15th - 21st

Updates for Saturday - November 21, 2020
  • We want to remind all travelers that beginning November 24th, all trans-Pacific travelers who board a plane on the final leg of their trip to the Hawaiian Islands without first securing a negative test will be subject to mandatory quarantine. Tests must be taken with trusted testing and travel partners with 72 hours of departure. The negative test result must be uploaded onto SafeTravels prior to departure or printed out prior to departure and a hard copy in hand when arriving in Hawaii.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners or inter-island partners have been announced since November 20, 2020. One partner was removed yesterday ('Quest Diagnostics'). No additional international partners have been added since October 27, 2020.
  • On 11/21/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 163 new positive cases. There are 15 new cases on Hawaii Island, four (4) on Kauai, 122 on Oahu, 12 on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and nine (9) out of state for a cumulative total of 17,098 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 14,698; Maui: 480; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 91; Hawaii island: 1,527; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 179; and cases pending, 0. 231 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,239 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,340 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 20th, a total of 11,750 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 7,260 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 935 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Friday - November 20, 2020
  • Yesterday, November 19th, a total of 9,783 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,501 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,047 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 11/20/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 95 new positive cases. There are 13 new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 70 on Oahu, five (5) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and six (6) out of state for a cumulative total of 16,936 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 14,576; Maui: 468; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 87; Hawaii island: 1,512; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 170; and cases pending, 0. 224 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,234 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,301 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Thursday - November 19, 2020
  • In what we believe is a pretty significant development, the state of Hawaii announced today that travelers to Hawaii, who cannot present a negative pre-arrivals test upon arrival, will NOT be able to bypass the 14-day quarantine once their test arrives. Travelers must now have their negative test results prior to departure before arriving in Hawaii. Previously, if the results were not available upon arrival, a traveler simply needed to wait for their negative result to come in before they could be released from quarantine. This would no longer be the case. Read the full story at the Star-Advertiser or at Hawaii News Now. According to Hawaii Tourism Authority President and CEO John De Fries, "Starting Tuesday - November 24th, if you disembark here in the islands through a trans-Pacific flight you must have a negative test uploaded, and if not, you automatically will go into a 14-day quarantine. It's a much stricter policy that is being taken."
  • Travelers who previously came in with a pending test result have been allowed to get out of the quarantine - once their negative test results could be verified through the state's Safe Travels Hawaii system. However, the state quickly found itself with a backlog of pending tests, including at one point, where there were more than 3,700 travelers waiting to get out of quarantine. Because travelers were growing frustrated as they waited sometimes three to four days or more wait for a manual review, the state decided to make the change they did today. Again, this change goes into effect on November 24th.
  • Initial details were announced for Canadian residents looking to travel to Hawaii this holiday season. Today, Governor Ige said the state is working now to get trusted testing partners in Canada, the second-largest visitor market to Hawaii. He said he expects the program will be in place for Canadian visitors to be able to travel to Hawaii with a negative pre-flight COVID-19 test by mid-December. At this point, we know that WestJet and Air Canada have both entered into a COVID-19 testing agreement with the state of Hawaii.
  • Yesterday, November 18th, a total of 8,879 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,527 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,192 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 11/19/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 107 new positive cases. There are 12 new cases on Hawaii Island, four (4) on Kauai, 75 on Oahu, nine (9) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and seven (7) out of state for a cumulative total of 16,841 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 14,506; Maui: 463; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 86; Hawaii island: 1,499; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 164; and cases pending, 0. 223 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,228 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,527 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners or inter-island partners have been announced since November 17, 2020. No additional international partners have been added since October 27, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
Updates for Wednesday - November 18, 2020
  • According to Hawaii News Now, the unprecedented surge in coronavirus cases on the U.S. mainland is now making it harder for visitors to fly into, and for residents to return to, the Hawaiian islands. Currently, it is because many of Hawaii's trusted partners, including the pharmacies, diagnostic labs, and clinics that provide tests for travelers to Hawaii, are having trouble keeping up with the demand for the COVID-19 tests. We're continuing to monitor this situation.
  • We are closely monitoring the situation on Kauai after yesterday's announcement that the island's mayor was looking to implement stricter travel restrictions upon new arrivals to the island. Ultimately, Kauai's mayor is proposing divergent COVID rules than the rest of the state, yet, Governor Ige has been clear that no such rules can be implemented without his specific approval. The last time Mayor Kawakami asked the governor for a mandatory quarantine, Governor Ige said no. Read the full story at Beat of Hawaii. We'll update our readers accordingly once we know more.
  • Lt. Gov. Josh Green recently shared some positive news about Hawaii's Safe Travels program, "Right now, Hawaii is lowest in the United States for COVID-19 cases and has the second-lowest mortality rate. ** This COVID-19 reality for Hawaii (lowest in the nation) is a testament to the hard work being done by our partners and leadership in all phases of the COVID-19 response, and specifically as we have implemented the Safe Travels Hawaii pre-travel testing program and our surveillance study effort."
  • In news that continues to be very positive for the travel industry as a whole, including future travel to Hawaii - Pfizer said Wednesday that new test results show its coronavirus vaccine is 95% effective, is safe, and also protects older people most at risk of dying. Read the full story at Hawaii News Now.
  • On 11/18/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 71 new positive cases. There are two (2) new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 58 on Oahu, two (2) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and seven (7) out of state for a cumulative total of 16,734 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 14,431; Maui: 454; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 82; Hawaii island: 1,487; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 157; and cases pending, 0. 223 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,221 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,420 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 17th, a total of 7,277 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,159 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,310 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Tuesday - November 17, 2020
  • Kauai mayor Derek Kawakami is potentially proposing stricter rules for travelers arriving on the island of Kauai. The first of two new rules, similar to the one the mayor proposed in September, would require all travelers to take a post-travel test in addition to the state-required pre-travel test. All travelers would need to quarantine for 72 hours on the island before taking the second test. The second rule would require travelers to upload their negative test results to the Safe Travels program before flying. If the results are unavailable upon arrival, the traveler would need to quarantine for 14 days. Read the full story on Hawaii News Now.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners or inter-island partners have been announced since November 17, 2020. No additional international partners have been added since October 27, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • On 11/17/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 53 new positive cases. There are six (6) new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 36 on Oahu, two (2) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and eight (8) out of state for a cumulative total of 16,665 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 14,373; Maui: 452; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 82; Hawaii island: 1,485; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 150; and cases pending, 0. 222 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,212 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,440 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 16th, a total of 7,675 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,034 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,446 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Updates for Monday - November 16, 2020
  • Late today, Governor David Ige issued an emergency proclamation to extend and further clarify that Hawaii's statewide mask mandate is required, effective immediately on all islands. The new ruling replaces a previous mask mandate from April that lacked specificity and allowed for each island county to set their rules. The governor said, "We all agreed it's important to have a single message and consistent exceptions." Read the full story at Beat of Hawaii.
  • On 11/16/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 95 new positive cases. There are eight (8) new cases on Hawaii Island, two (2) on Kauai, 76 on Oahu, six (6) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and two (2) out of state for a cumulative total of 16,613 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 14,337; Maui: 450; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 82; Hawaii island: 1,479; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 142; and cases pending, 0. 222 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,210 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,466 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 15th, a total of 7,250 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,689 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,047 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners or inter-island partners have been announced since November 14, 2020. No additional international partners have been added since October 27, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • There is an interesting article today from Beat of Hawaii that dives into how adaptable Hawaii travelers are right now; because due to the state of affairs in Hawaii - you have to be pretty flexible in your expectations. Due to the COVID pandemic, many stores, restaurants, farmers' markets, etc remain shuttered. The article also speaks about the forthcoming resurgence of Hawaii travel that's very likely coming in early 2021 and into 2022. Visiting Hawaii now is like stepping back in time, you just have to be comfortable with the current changes COVID has brought upon the Aloha state.
  • In what could be truly great news for the travel industry, including for Hawaii, a second coronavirus vaccine shows striking success in US tests; appearing at this stage to be up to 94.5% effective. Read more at Hawaii News Now.
  • Hawaii's COVID-19 cases are climbing, just not as quickly as in most of the U.S. That's according to the Star-Advertiser today, who reports that the 14-day change in Hawaii cases was up 36% through this past Saturday, but for the nation as a whole, that number was up an incredible 80%.
Updates for Sunday - November 15, 2020
  • Yesterday, November 14th, a total of 9,415 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,128 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,051 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • The Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) is shifting its data window this weekend, and as such, case numbers will not be available today. We will resume reporting Hawaii case counts on Monday - November 16, 2020.
  • For the week of November 8 - November 14, a total of 52,839 people arrived in Hawaii from out of the state; 25,842 were those on vacation/leisure travel and 7,100 were residents.

Week of November 8th - 14th

Updates for Saturday - November 14, 2020
  • New trusted partners have been added! According to Hawaii's official State Department of Health, the state lists its approved U.S. trusted testing partners as: American Family Care (AFC)*, AFC Urgent Care Portland, American Samoa Department of Health*, Atlas Genomics*, Bartell Drugs, Capstone Clinic*, Carbon Health, CityHealth Urgent Care at Oakland Airport, Clarity Lab Solutions*, Clinical Laboratories of Hawaii, Color, Costco/AZOVA*, CVS Health, Diagnostic Laboratory Services (Hawaii), Discovery Health MD, Go Health Urgent Care*, Hawaii Pacific Health, Kaiser Permanente, Minit Medical, Quest Diagnostics, National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii’s Consortium* (through an agreement with the City and County of Honolulu), S&G Labs Hawaii LLC*, UC San Diego Health*, University of Washington Medicine*, Urgent Care Hawaii, Vault Health, and Walgreens, WestPac Labs*, and XpresCheck* (as of 11/14/20). *depicts new partners recently added. For the full list of trusted testing partners, see our domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners or inter-island partners pages.
  • The state has added the city of Honolulu's mobile testing unit at the Daniel K. Inouye International (HNL) airport as one of the new trusted partners for interisland COVID-19 testing. According to Hawaii News Now, the mobile lab was originally only available to first responders and airport and city workers but is now available to local residents and visitors traveling from county to county. As we reported previously, up to 10,000 tests per day can be processed at the lab, and the results can be obtained within three to six hours.
  • No additional international partners have been added since October 27, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • Yesterday, November 13th, a total of 7,547 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,984 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 830 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • Recently announced travel advisories in western U.S. states could hit Hawaii hard. According to the Star-Advertiser, three governors from Hawaii's top tourist markets, including California, Oregon, and Washington state, issued travel advisories Friday urging against nonessential out-of-state trips and asking people to self-quarantine for 14 days after arriving from another state or country.
  • On 11/14/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 108 new positive cases. There are 12 new cases on Hawaii Island, three (3) on Kauai, 89 on Oahu, one (1) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and two (2) out of state for a cumulative total of 16,519 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 14,261; Maui: 444; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 80; Hawaii island: 1,471; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 140; and cases pending, 0. 222 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,209 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,454 total active cases in the last 14 days.
Updates for Friday - November 13, 2020
  • No additional domestic U.S. trusted pre-travel trans-pacific partners or inter-island partners have been announced since November 13, 2020. No additional international partners have been added since October 27, 2020. We will continue to monitor for additional testing partners.
  • Yesterday, November 12th, a total of 7,587 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,804 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 875 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 11/13/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 110 new positive cases. There are eight (8) new cases on Hawaii Island, two (2) on Kauai, 92 on Oahu, one (1) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and seven (7) out of state for a cumulative total of 16,412 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 14,172; Maui: 443; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 77; Hawaii island: 1,459; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 138; and cases pending, 0. 222 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,194 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,414 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Despite a growing surge of COVID-19 infection on the mainland, tourism to Hawaii is making a slow but steady comeback. The Hawaii Lodging and Tourism Association says nearly 70% of its hotels are now open, with more slated for the holidays. Read the full story at Hawaii News Now.
Updates for Thursday - November 12, 2020
  • On 11/12/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 97 new positive cases. There are 15 new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 72 on Oahu, six (6) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and three (3) out of state for a cumulative total of 16,302 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 14,080; Maui: 442; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 75; Hawaii island: 1,451; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 131; and cases pending, 0. 222 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,187 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,397 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 11th, a total of 7,715 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,806 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,034 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • Kauai is potentially inching towards more restrictions due to new active COVID-19 cases. Read the full story at Beat of Hawaii.
  • Kauai additionally reported four travel-related coronavirus cases in two days. The new case, which was reported on 11/11/20, comes after the county reported three new, travel-related cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday - 11/10/20. Read more at the Star-Advertiser.
  • Despite the recent news from Kauai above, post-arrival testing has found very few COVID-19 cases among trans-Pacific travelers. Out of more than 15,000 people who arrived in Hawaii since tourism reopened on October 15th, only 19 were positive for COVID-19 after a second test. Read more at Hawaii News Now.
  • Hawaii reopened travel from Japan almost a full week ago, and despite a small number of visitors so far, officials are seeing encouraging signs that tourism is slowly ramping up from the state's top international market. Read more at Hawaii News Now.
Updates for Wednesday - November 11, 2020
  • Yesterday, November 10th, a total of 6,463 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,719 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,040 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 11/11/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 118 new positive cases. There are 23 new cases on Hawaii Island, three (3) on Kauai, 84 on Oahu, six (6) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and one (1) out of state for a cumulative total of 16,205 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 14,008; Maui: 436; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 74; Hawaii island: 1,436; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 128; and cases pending, 0. 222 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,185 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,376 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Beginning 11/11/20, the residents of Lanai will shift from a 'stay-at-home' order to a 'safer-at-home' order. Governor Ige granted approval for the new order after the island completed a two-week lockdown. It was put into place following an outbreak of more than 100 COVID-19 cases. Read the full story at Hawaii News Now.
Updates for Tuesday - November 10, 2020
  • Yesterday, November 9th, a total of 7,275 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,951 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,330 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 11/10/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 78 new positive cases. There are four (4) new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 62 on Oahu, five (5) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and nine (9) out of state for a cumulative total of 16,088 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 13,924; Maui: 430; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 71; Hawaii island: 1,413; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 127; and cases pending, 0. 222 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,180 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,319 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Lt. Gov. Josh Green is speaking up again about Hawaii's testing program and wants to see changes implemented. Additionally, visitors can expect to see changes soon regarding the wearing of masks in Hawaii. Read the full story at Beat of Hawaii.
  • The issue of whether masks are mandatory across the islands arose once again yesterday, with key state legislators pressing Governor David Ige to emphatically state that wearing masks is required statewide. This is necessary to help slow the rising spread of COVID-19 and to help attempt to prevent another surge of cases. Read the full story in the Star-Advertiser.
Updates for Monday - November 9, 2020
  • Yesterday, November 8th, a total of 6,837 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,450 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 940 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • On 11/9/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 64 new positive cases. There are four (4) new cases on Hawaii Island, two (2) on Kauai, 52 on Oahu, none (0) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and five (5) out of state for a cumulative total of 16,010 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 13,862; Maui: 425; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 73; Hawaii island: 1,409; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 118; and cases pending, 0. 221 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,160 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,306 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • There was another interesting article in TIME we thought our readers might want to know about: Hawaii Welcomes Back Tourists—and Reignites Old Tensions. Read the full article on the TIME website.
Updates for Sunday - November 8, 2020
  • On 11/8/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 128 new positive cases. There are 19 new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 106 on Oahu, two (2) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and one (1) out of state for a cumulative total of 15,947 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 13,810; Maui: 425; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 71; Hawaii island: 1,405; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 113; and cases pending, 0. 221 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, - 1,161 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,280 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 7th, a total of 9,155 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 5,193 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 890 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.

Week of November 1st - 7th

Updates for Saturday - November 7, 2020
  • On 11/7/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 128 new positive cases. There are 11 new cases on Hawaii Island, two (2) on Kauai, 108 on Oahu, two (2) on Maui, none (0) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and five (5) out of state for a cumulative total of 15,819 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 13,704; Maui: 423; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 71; Hawaii island: 1,386; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 112; and cases pending, 0. 220 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total - 1,157 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,273 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 6th, a total of 8,212 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 4,344 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 870 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • Mayor Harry Kim, on the Big Island of Hawaii, has scaled back post-arrival COVID-19 testing of travelers flying to the Hawaii island. Under the newest amendment for the county of Hawaii, which went into effect today and will last through November 30th, just up to 25% of arriving passengers will now be required to take the second, post-arrival coronavirus test. Read the full story in the Star-Advertiser.
Updates for Friday - November 6, 2020
  • Today, November 6th, Hawaii reopens to Japanese visitors through the pre-travel testing program. Japanese visitors must use a trusted international pre-test partner. Read more on Hawaii News Now.
  • On 11/6/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 122 new positive cases. There are 19 new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 86 on Oahu, six (6) on Maui, one (1) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and six (6) out of state for a cumulative total of 15,691 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 13,596; Maui: 421; Lanai: 106; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 69; Hawaii island: 1,375; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 107; and cases pending, 0. 219 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, 1,147 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,234 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Yesterday, November 5th, a total of 7,787 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,988 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 797 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • Today, there was an interesting article in the New York Times we wanted to share with our readers. The article talks about how Hawaii's reopening has been good for tourism but focuses on whether it has also good for local residents. The travel industry and the islands' authorities say using testing could create a model for reopening international travel. But some locals object to being part of the experiment. You can read the full story at the NY Times.
  • According to Lt. Governor Josh Green, the pre-travel testing program was launched to travelers from the mainland on October 15th. Since then - 174,515 screened individuals have arrived in the state of Hawaii, of which 152,814 were exempted and 10,979 ended up in quarantine.
  • Southwest Airlines on November 4th, began its long-anticipated daily, nonstop service from San Diego to Hawaii. Read more in the Star-Advertiser.
Updates for Thursday - November 5, 2020
  • On 11/5/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 100 new positive cases. There are 24 new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 65 on Oahu, one (1) on Maui, one (1) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and seven (7) out of state for a cumulative total of 15,572 cases statewide. Total cases per island: Oahu: 13,510; Maui: 415; Lanai: 105; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 68; Hawaii island: 1,356; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 101; and cases pending, 0. 219 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii. In total, 1,138 individuals required hospitalization, and there have been 1,244 total active cases in the last 14 days.
  • Governor David Ige, Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell, and others held a news conference on 11/5/20, to unveil a new mobile COVID-19 testing lab at Honolulu's airport. This new lab is geared toward traveler arrivals who do not have a valid COVID-19 test. The new lab would allow for up to 10,000 PCR tests per day, with results coming back within a few hours. As soon as the lab is added to the official trusted partner's list, it can also be used for inter-island pre-travel testing. Officials are currently seeking trusted partner status. Tests will cost $125 but will remain free for first responders, their families, and government employees.
  • Yesterday, November 4th, a total of 7,446 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 3,415 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 931 returning residents. The remainder of the arrivals were a mix of military, airline crew, essential workers, arrivals for other official business, etc. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from information provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • With 125 coronavirus cases reported on Oahu, it appears unlikely that Honolulu will move this month to the next phase, Tier 3, of economic reopening. In fact, according to the Star-Advertiser,  Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell is now warning, "it could move backward."
  • Fewer than 1 in 1,000 travelers infected with COVID-19 have slipped through the cracks of Hawaii's pre-testing travel program. The testing, which was conducted on October 19th through November 2nd, found 10 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 out of 11,027 tests conducted, for a rate of 0.091%. Read the full story on the Honolulu Civil Beat.
  • The post-flight COVID-19 testing program for travelers arriving to the Big Island will be scaled back beginning tomorrow, November 6th, Mayor Harry Kim told the Tribune-Herald earlier today. Since the post-flight testing program, which allows travelers to skip a 14-day quarantine if they test negative for COVID-19 immediately after arrival, began on October 15th, only 17 travelers have tested positive for COVID-19 out of more than 12,000 tests, Kim said.
Updates for Wednesday - November 4, 2020
  • On 11/4/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 156 new positive cases. There are 21 new cases on Hawaii Island, none (0) on Kauai, 124 on Oahu, four (4) on Maui, one (1) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and five (5) out of state for a cumulative total of 15,473 cases statewide. A total of 11,958 have recovered and been released from isolation, leaving a total of 3,515 active cases in Hawaii at this time. Total case numbers per island: Oahu: 13,445; Maui: 414; Lanai: 104; Molokai: 17; Kauai: 67; Hawaii island: 1,332; Hawaii residents outside of the state, 94; and cases pending, 0. 219 deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported in Hawaii.
  • Yesterday, November 3rd, a total of 5,841 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,310 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,107 returning residents. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from data provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • Nu'uanu Pali State Wayside (Pali Lookout) reopens today, Wednesday - November 4, 2020. After being closed since the early days of the coronavirus pandemic the DLNR Division of State Parks has announced the popular Nu'uanu Pali State Wayside will reopen to the public. Open hours for the wayside park are 6 am -  6 pm, daily. Visitors are reminded to adhere to social distancing rules and to wear face coverings when visiting the often-crowded overlook.
  • The Hawaii Department of Health & DLNR is reporting that many people continue to ask about the reopening of the Diamond Head State Monument. State Park's leadership continues working on plans and no date has been announced.
Updates for Tuesday - November 3, 2020
  • On 11/3/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 89 new positive cases. There are seven (7) new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 71 on Oahu, none (0) on Maui, three (3) on Lanai, none (0) on Molokai, and five (5) out of state for a cumulative total of 15318 cases statewide. A total of 11,930 have recovered and been released from isolation, leaving a total of 3,388 active cases in Hawaii at this time.
  • Yesterday, November 2nd, a total of 7,099 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. A total of 2,669 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,465 returning residents. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from data provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • Less than 1% of travelers have tested positive for COVID-19 in Hawaii's post-travel testing program. HI-EMA reported today that of the roughly 11,000 people who have been tested post-arrival, only 10 have been found to have COVID-19. Read the full story in the Star-Advertiser.
Updates for Monday - November 2, 2020
  • On 11/2/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 78 new positive cases. There are four (4) new cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 64 on Oahu, two (2) on Maui, one (1) on Lanai, zero (0) on Molokai, and five (5) out of state for a cumulative total of 15,231 cases statewide. A total of 11,868 have recovered and been released from isolation, leaving a total of 3,363 active cases in Hawaii at this time.
  • Generally speaking, there is still a lot of confusion over the 'Mask Mandate' put in place by Governor Ige last week. You can read more about the confusion behind Hawaii's mask policies at Beat of Hawaii.
  • Hawaii's visitor industry is slowly reopening as signs of 'green shoots' appear in the fragile COVID-19 economy. Read more about this story in the Star-Advertiser.
  • Yesterday, on November 1st, a total of 7,367 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. 3,620 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation. There were also 1,030 returning residents. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from data provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • Governor David Ige announced on November 2, 2020, that the State of Hawaii is seeking additional trusted testing partners for domestic transpacific travel as part of the state's pre-travel testing program. Two requirements and at least one of six criteria must be met for an entity to become a trusted testing partner. Potential testing partners can view the requirements/criteria and read the full press release. Interested parties must submit the required information by 2 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time (HST) on November 5, 2020.
Updates for Sunday - November 1, 2020
  • On 11/1/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 83 new positive cases. There are 26 cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, 53 on Oahu, and three (3) out of state for a cumulative total of 15,154 cases statewide (reported since 2/28/2020).
  • Yesterday, on October 31st, a total of 6,111 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. 2,934 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation. There were also 931 returning residents. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from data provided by the Safe Travels digital system.

Week of October 26th - 31th

Updates for Saturday - October 31, 2020
  • On 10/31/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 68 new positive cases. There are 15 cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Maui, 46 on Oahu, and six (6) out of state for a cumulative total of 15,071 cases statewide (reported since 2/28/2020).
  • Yesterday, on October 30th, a total of 5,313 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. 2,346 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 789 returning residents. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from data provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • With numerous COVID-19 restrictions still in place, visitors are trying to make the most of their Hawaii vacations. One of the biggest issues seems to be simply finding places to eat. Read the full story on Hawaii News Now.
Updates for Friday - October 30, 2020
  • On 10/30/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 94 new positive cases. There are 14 cases on Hawaii Island, three (3) on Maui, two (2) on Lanai, one (1) on Kauai, and 74 on Oahu for a cumulative total of 15,003 cases statewide (reported since 2/28/2020). Two previous cases were removed due to updated laboratory information.
  • Yesterday, on October 29th, a total of 5,778 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. 2,287 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 994 returning residents. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from data provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • Hawaii's visitor arrivals dropped approximately 25% during the second week of reopening since the beginning of the pre-travel testing program when compared to the first week. A little over 27,000 visitors traveled to Hawaii during the first week after reopening, but that number dropped to roughly 20,200 during the second week. You can read the whole story at the Star-Advertiser.
  • For those who are interested, we've also been monitoring the Quarterly Tourism Forecast, and as you can see - 2021 is expected to rebound in comparison to 2020, but only at levels last seen around 2011. There will almost undoubtedly be some perks for visitors arriving later in 2020 and in early 2021 but the real value you will receive over the next few months, perhaps even years is the reduction of crowds. Travelers can enjoy the natural wonders of the Hawaiian islands with fewer other visitors, at least relative to the last couple of years before 2020.
Updates for Thursday - October 29, 2020
  • On 10/29/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 77 new positive cases. There are eight (8) cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, three (3) on Lanai, 60 on Oahu, and six (6) out of state for a cumulative total of 14,911 cases statewide (reported since 2/28/2020). One previous case from Maui was removed and added to Lanai due to updated laboratory information.
  • Yesterday, on October 28th, a total of 4,622 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. 1,548 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 905 returning residents. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from data provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • We've added a new 72-hours timeline visual to assist with determining when to take your pre-travel test. We've also covered all of the available trusted testing options for travelers at this time.
  • Here's the updated list on What's Open, Closed, and Re-opening Soon. We've updated this list to include some hotel properties which are further delaying their re-openings until mid-November.
Updates for Wednesday - October 28, 2020
  • On 10/28/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 62 new positive cases. There are five (5) cases on Hawaii Island, one (1) on Kauai, seven (7) on Lanai, two (2) on Maui, 40 on Oahu, and six (6) out of state for a cumulative total of 14,834 cases statewide (reported since 2/28/2020). One previous case was removed due to updated laboratory information.
  • Yesterday, on October 27th, a total of 4,371 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. 1,284 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,088 returning residents. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from data provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • We have now split the state-approved U.S. domestic trusted testing partners from the International trusted testing partners and Inter-island trusted travel partners. We created the later two pages to clarify the types of tests and who the respective partners were. Additionally, we did so because we expect multiple new partners to be added for the international program as it continues to expand to international locations beyond Japan.
  • The CDC and Hawaii state health officials were alerted after a passenger learned of a positive COVID-19 test result shortly after landing in Honolulu on Tuesday (10/27/20). The Department of Health confirms the passenger was onboard a United Airlines flight from Chicago to Honolulu that landed about 1:30 p.m HST. The passenger started the trip with a pending test result. Read the story at Hawaii News Now.
  • Today, Kauai health officials reported a new positive case of COVID-19 from a recent visitor who has been placed in isolation. The Kauai District Health Office said the traveler had previously tested negative as part of the state's pre-travel testing program and tested negative in a second voluntary post-travel test. However, later on, the visitor then reported symptoms consistent with COVID-19 and tested positive days later. Read the full story at the Star-Advertiser.
Updates for Tuesday - October 27, 2020
  • Hawaii Governor David Ige announced that a mask mandate is now official in Hawaii. "We have issued a statewide mask order," he said earlier today. This order is meant to help further reduce the spread of COVID-19. More details are forthcoming, we'll update here accordingly.
  • Details were announced today, at a press conference with the Governor, about the new Japan Pre-Travel Testing program. Japanese visitors will be able to take advantage of Hawaii's pre-travel testing program starting next month, with travelers arriving as early as November 6th. The pre-travel testing program works like the U.S. trans-pacific program in that it will allow incoming trans-Pacific passengers from Japan to forgo quarantine if they provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken with a trusted testing provider no more than 72-hours before departure. The partners are as follows: Sapporo Higashi Tokushukai Hospital (Hokkaido), National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Center Hospital (Tokyo), St Luke’s International Hospital (Tokyo), Nishi-Shinbashi Clinic (Tokyo), Kameda Kyobashi Clinic (Tokyo), Tokyo Medical University Hospital (Tokyo), Mita Kokusai Building Clinic (Tokyo), Loco Clinic (Tokyo), Karada Internal Medicine Clinic (Tokyo), T Care Clinic Hamamatsucho (Tokyo), Shiba Kokusai Clinic (Tokyo), CLINIC FOR Tamachi (Tokyo), CLINIC FOR Otemachi (Tokyo), Kameda Medical Center (Chiba), Shonan Kamakura General Hospital (Kanagawa), Travel Clinic Shin-Yokohama (Kanagawa), Fujita Health University Hospital (Aichi), Fujita Health University Bantane Hospital (Aichi), Fujita Health University Okazaki Medical Center (Aichi), Nozaki Tokushukai Hospital (Osaka), Yamasaki Family Clinic (Hyogo) (as of 10/27/20).
  • On 10/27/2020, the Hawaii Department of Health reported 66 total new positive cases. There are three (3) new cases on Hawaii Island, nine (9) on Lanai, two (2) on Maui, 50 on Oahu, and two (2) out of state for a cumulative total of 14,773 cases statewide [reported since 2/28/2020]. Two former cases were removed due to updated laboratory information.
  • Yesterday, on October 26th, a total of 4,748 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. 1,322 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,211 returning residents. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from data provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • The island of Lanai is in the midst of a COVID-19 outbreak. A new stay-at-home order went into effect for Lanai at midnight last night. The order also restricts travel for essential work or medical purposes only. All other travelers to Lanai will have to quarantine for 14-days.
  • At this time, International Travel Restrictions still prohibit European and other countries from traveling to the U.S. Currently, as we understand the rules, this additionally means no travel directly to Hawaii from either Canada or Japan (see above). However, we have now received an email from a Canadian resident who first flew into the western U.S., then got properly tested within 72-hours prior to departure from a trusted partner, and then flew into Hawaii successfully. So that may provide an option for Canadian travelers who are looking to visit Hawaii at this time. Canada residents may still want to check with official sources to ensure this method works prior to traveling. At the press conference announcing the Japan program today, Governor Ige did express interest in broadening the pre-travel testing program to additional international travelers, including those from South Korea, Canada, Taiwan, and New Zealand. Canada is the second large international market for Hawaii after Japan, so we expect details on a Canada program soon.
Updates for Monday - October 26, 2020
  • Hawaii's Department of Health reported 38 new cases of COVID-19 statewide Monday, including 26 new cases on Oahu, nine on Hawaii island, and one additional case on Kauai. Two Hawaii residents were additionally diagnosed out of state, and one case was removed from Oahu’s case count.
  • Yesterday, on October 25th, a total of 4,752 people arrived in Hawaii from out of state. 1,760 people indicated they came to Hawaii for vacation or leisure travel. There were also 1,032 returning residents. The trans-pacific passenger arrival data is derived from data provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
  • The island of Lanai is in the midst of a COVID-19 outbreak. The island, part of Maui county, has seen dozens of new COVID-19 cases this week, including workers at a popular resort and several students at a local school. According to the Department of Health, a total of 79 new confirmed cases have been reported on Lanai to date. A new stay-at-home order will go into effect for Lanai at midnight on Tuesday, 10/27/20.
  • Hawaiian Airlines and its COVID-19 tests have finally come online. Today they announced the mail-in tests offered by their partnership with Vault Health, which is available nationwide. Available for US residents in all locations, these new mail-in packets are $150 video supervised, at-home tests. The tests are ordered via the Hawaiian Airlines website to ensure prioritized processing. Expect it to take about two days to receive the kit. Make sure you order in time to test 72-hours prior to your trans-pacific flight! Drive-through testing has also now been announced for select locations in California. More information, details, and related costs can be found on the Hawaiian Airlines or Vault Health websites via our Hawaii Travel Partners page.
  • Lt. Governor Josh Green has requested the Governor issue a "clear" statewide mask mandate. You can watch the story on Hawaii News Now.
  • Police in Honolulu alone have already issued approximately 10,000 citations, warnings, and arrests since Hawaii's re-opening. Travelers should make sure they understand all the Hawaii Travel Restrictions in place, especially when it comes to the proper use of facemasks and Hawai's strict quarantine policies.
  • We have heard from several readers that AFC Portland has run out of test supplies. Currently, there is a message on their website that says, "We're currently experiencing a supply shortage of Rapid Molecular COVID-19 Tests. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to get more in soon."

Additional Hawaii COVID-19 Information & Resources

The following resources have been compiled by GoUS Hawaii to better assist travelers in navigating the various restrictions and state-approved test requirements for visiting Hawaii during the COVID pandemic. If you have questions, we are always happy to assist, and you can contact us anytime. You may also want to direct your questions to an official state resource, and we've compiled an updated list of Hawaii Official COVID-19 Contacts for travelers, including phone numbers and email addresses when applicable.

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