Today, Governor David Ige announced eight “trusted testing partners” for trips between the islands to Kauai and Maui counties.
Passengers flying from Hawaii to Maui or Kauai can circumvent the mandatory 14-day quarantine if they take an FDA-approved nucleic acid amplification test from a CLIA certified laboratory no earlier than 72 hours before departure and get a negative result.
Travelers must register and upload their coronavirus test results to their Safe Travels Hawaii account and must have the test result with them on arrival so that airport inspectors can view the result, a news release from the governor’s office.
Those who choose not to take a pre-trip test or who do not arrive with a negative test from a trusted tester or travel partner will be subject to a 1
Maui Mayor Michael Victorino announced on Friday that Maui residents leaving for medical purposes on the same day or overnight on another island could be exempted from the requirement to test with appropriate documentation.
The eight trusted partners for testing travel between counties are:
>> Hawaii Clinical Laboratories: Visit cliniclabs.com to schedule an appointment and for more information on locations and how to get lab results. All lab tests require an order from a licensed health care provider in Hawaii.
>> CVS Health (Longs): Travelers can schedule an appointment up to two days in advance at selected driving locations at the CVS pharmacy. The tests are available for ages 12 and up. Pre-registration is required. More information can be found at cvs.com/selfpaytesting.
>> Hawaiian Pacific Health: The tests are available at Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women and Children in Oahu and Kauai Wilcox Medical Center in partnership with Hawaii Clinical Laboratories. Registrations are required at Kapi’olani and must be scheduled online at medicallabs.com/covid. No appointment at Wilcox is required. More information about the site’s location, hours and price can be found at hawaiipacifichealth.org/covid19testing.
>> Kaiser Permanente (members only): Schedule a test online or contact the meeting call center or the nurse’s advice line in the passenger’s home region for planning instructions. Kaiser Permanente members returning home to Hawaii can call a line away from home at (951) 268-3900 for planning instructions. Information can be found at kp.org/travel.
>> Minit Medical: Plan testing online before traveling to other islands. Minit Medical has three Maui clinics with tests available. Meetings are needed; call (808) 667-6161 or log in to Minitmed.com.
>> Walgreens: Testing is available free of charge to eligible individuals who meet the CDC criteria. Tests available for ages 5 and up. All driving test sites operate outdoors and patients do not leave their cars. Appointments are mandatory. Find more information at walgreens.com/covid19testing.
>> Hawaii Emergency: Register at ucarehi.com. Limited walks can be accommodated; results are sent by email within 24 hours. Call 797-7980 for more information.
>> Vault health: Real-time home audio-visual monitoring tests are available with Vault Health, the first saliva test approved by the FDA. Tests available for ages 5 and up. Tests are sent with accurate results in 72 hours or less. Information and costs can be found at learn.vaulthealth.com/state-of-Hawaii.