Just before the summer travel season arrives, the U.S state most popular for its tropical tourism vibes will soon be open with a Hawaii vaccine travel programme against COVID-19. The lush green valleys and turquoise beaches of Hawaii will soon be welcoming tourists vaccinated against COVID-19. Have a vaccinated passport and travel to and within Hawaii.
The volcanic islands located in the Central Pacific Ocean, Hawaiin Islands will soon be welcoming tourists who are vaccinated against COVID-19. This stunning U.S. state island will soon be open to travellers carrying a vaccinated passport.
The Hawaii Vaccine Travel Programme 2021
Lush green landscapes, turquoise waters, glistening sandy beaches and diverse marine life is what defines Hawaii, a tropical paradise encompassing the U.S. territory. This paradisiacal group of islands will soon be welcoming vaccinated travellers via a new Hawaii vaccine travel system. Yes! You read that right. After one complete dreadful year, Hawaii will open to vaccinated travellers. The vaccinated people will be provided with an electronic code that would facilitate travel across the Hawaiin Islands. This electronic code would also allow travellers to skip the 10-days mandatory quarantine period.
According to reports, the Hawaii vaccine travel programme would commence by 1st March. Initially, the program would roll off with the essential frontline workers of the state, those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19. Presently, visitors travelling to Hawaii can skip the mandatory quarantine period if they present a negative COVID-19 test result, taken within the timespan of 72 hours of boarding the flight. The test results must be from a certified laboratory.
Travellers around the globe are happy to hear that countries like Seychelles and Georgia are already welcoming vaccinated tourists, while Hawaii, Iceland, and Denmark are also working their way around it.
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