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Businesses, residents and visitors must comply with public health emergency rules established by the County of Maui to safeguard our communities during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Travel to Maui County - Guidelines
Travelers are not required to do pre-travel testing or quarantine for COVID-19 when traveling between islands.
Beginning July 8, travelers entering Hawaii from other states in the U.S. and its territories who have been fully vaccinated in the United States (including its Territories) may bypass quarantine without a pre-travel test. The vaccination record document must be uploaded to the Safe Travels platform or printed out prior to departure and hard copy in hand when arriving in Hawaii.
Other travelers can continue to bypass quarantine with a negative COVID-19 test result from a test taken from a trusted partner no more than 72 hours before beginning the final leg of their trip. Anyone without a negative test prior to departure must quarantine upon arrival. The negative test result must be uploaded onto Safe Travels or printed out prior to departure and hard copy in hand when arriving in Hawaii.
- For more information, visit HawaiiCovid19.com.
All travelers arriving into Maui County must complete the State of Hawaii Safe Travelsonline application.
Free Community COVID-19 Testing is available for all residents. No insurance or symptoms are required. *The test does not qualify for the State pre-departure test.*
- Pre-register at: www.minitmed.com/pre-register-maui-covid-19
- Pre-register at: www.minitmed.com/travelers-voluntary
AlohaSafe Alert App
County of Maui Public Health Emergency Rules strongly recommend the download of the AlohaSafe Alert application or other Google-Apple exposure notification system application for all travelers on the Safe Travels program.
For transpacific and interisland travelers, downloading the exposure notification app is strongly recommended.
The AlohaSafe Alert app is compatible with Android and iPhones. Android phones should be Version 6 or above. iPhones should have iOS 13.7 or greater.
The Department of Water Supply reports no changes from its boil water advisory issued Jan. 26. The boil water advisory remains in place as a precaution for residents of Waipoli Road, Kawehi Place and Lower Kula Road between Naalae and Waipoli roads. Read on...
Maui County's Office of the Mayor announced that Mayor Michael Victorino tested positive for COVID-19 today. All close contacts have been notified and the mayor is in isolation at home. Read on...
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As Maui County hospitals near capacity, Mayor Michael Victorino reminds both visitors and residents that the County’s revised Public Health Emergency Rules will go into effect on Monday, Jan. 24. Read on...
The National Endowment for the Arts has announced that Maui County has been approved for a $30,000 Grants for Arts Projects award to support its SMALL TOWN * BIG ART creative placemaking program in Wailuku Town and to make plans for countywide expansion. Read on...