After 70 percent of the state is vaccinated, Hawaii will refuse the quarantine and testing requirements for COVID-19, officials said.
Hawaii will also stop forcing people to wear masks indoors once it reaches that level, Hawaii Governor David Ige told reporters on Friday.
So far, 59 percent of the Hawaiian population has had at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 52 percent have completed the dosing regimen, according to public health data.
At present, passengers arriving outside the country must spend 10 days in quarantine or show evidence of a negative COVID-19 test taken before their departure for the islands at the airport.
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Restrictions on travel between the islands will open before then.
Ige said that from June 15, people will be able to fly between the islands without taking a COVID-19 test or showing evidence of vaccination.