Maui County Public Health Emergency Rules to be revised according to Governor Ige’s Executive Order
Governor David Ige’s office has asked Mayor Michael Victorino to amend his recent request to revise Maui County’s emergency public health rules to conform with the Governor’s Executive Order #21-08 announced yesterday, that will go into effect on November 12, 2021.
Restaurants, bars and gyms with requirements for patrons to provide proof of vaccination and/or a negative COVID test within 48 hours, may operate up to full capacity. This consent is contingent upon social distancing and mask requirements remaining in place.
Limits on private social gatherings will remain at 10 indoors and 25 outdoors. Commercial events with professional management intended for more than 50 participants will require an approved exemption from the Office of the Mayor.
“All county mayors remain in regular contact with the governor’s office and the Hawaii Department of Health to methodically ease restrictions as we enter into the holiday season,” said Mayor Victorino. “Thanks to the community’s support, Maui County’s situation is looking very promising.”