11. Juni 2020 - 10:42 Mark

Hawaii verlängert 14-tägige Quarantäne-Pflicht

Hawaii verlängert die Quarantäne-Pflicht für alle Passagiere, die die hawaiianischen Inseln erreichen. Reisende müssen für 14 Tage zuhause oder ihrem Hotel bleiben. Die Quarantäne-Pflicht wurde bereits im März eingeführt und gilt nun bis zum 31.07.2020.

“All individuals, both residents and visitors, arriving from out-of-state to Hawaii through July 31, 2020 are still subject to a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine. The mandate applies to all arrivals at state airports, including private and commercial aircrafts. All arriving passengers are required to initial and sign this order confirming they are aware of the 14-day quarantine and acknowledging they understand violating the order is a criminal offense, and subject to up to a $5,000 fine and/or a year imprisonment. The period of self-quarantine begins from the time of entry into the State and lasts 14 days or the duration of the person’s time in Hawaii, whichever is shorter.”

Reisen zwischen den hawaiianischen Inseln ohne anschließende Quarantäne sollen ab dem 16.06.2020 wieder möglich sein.

“Reopening travel for interisland on June 16th will allow us to refine our systems and processes. It will allow us to plan thoughtfully for the re-opening of our economy for transpacific travel.”

Quelle: Hawaii Tourism Authority