Maui to drop proof of vaccine for indoor service at eating places, bars and gymnasiums efficient February 21

In a press conference on February 18, 2022, Maui Mayor Victorino introduced that proof of vaccination will now not be required for indoor service at eating places, bars and gymnasiums inside Maui County. (Maui County consists of the islands of Maui, Lanai and Molokai.) This variation goes into impact on Monday, February 21, 2022.

Maui’s rule to supply proof of vaccination or proof of a damaging check (taken inside 48 hours) for indoor restaurant, bar and fitness center entry has been in impact since September 15, 2021. In January, Mayor Victorino made the rule much more strict by requiring proof of a booster, if eligible, for indoor service. That booster rule was dropped earlier this month after being in impact for about two weeks.

Mayor Victorino talked about that the statewide indoor masks mandate stays in impact. Any choice to chill out the indoor masks rule will likely be as much as the state’s governor.

By the way, Oahu’s mayor can also be contemplating dropping the island’s vaccine-or-test proof for entry to eating places, bars, gyms, theaters and different comparable venues per Hawaii News Now.

Kauai and Hawaii (Large) Island haven’t applied vaccine-or-test necessities for restaurant, fitness center and bar entry.

To journey to Hawaii with out a five-day quarantine vacationers should nonetheless present proof of vaccination or a damaging check as a part of the Safe Travels Hawaii program. These guidelines may be relaxed quickly as we shared earlier this week.

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