Editor's Note — Coronavirus cases remain in flux. Health officials advise delaying travel if you're not fully vaccinated and caught up on boosters. This article was last updated on JAugust 12.
(CNN) — If you're planning to travel to Hawaii, here's what you'll need to know and expect if you want to visit during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Arriving US citizens and legal permanent residents are not required to be fully vaccinated.
While the CDC still recommends everyone 2 and older wear a well-fitting mask on public transportation, masks are no longer required on airplanes, trains and other means of public transit.
What's on offer
Spectacular surfing, sandy beaches, traditional Pacific culture and rugged volcanoes await Hawaii visitors. Hawaii's geographical position and proud history make it unlike anywhere else in the United States.
Who can go
Fully vaccinated travelers are now allowed entry into the United States, including Hawaii.
Americans are still allowed to travel to Hawaii, regardless of vaccination status.
What are the restrictions?
Hawaii dropped its statewide mask mandate for indoor settings in late March. The mandate came to an end the same day as Hawaii's Safe Travels program expired.
All restrictions on intercounty travel have been lifted, meaning no pre-travel testing or quarantining is needed for travel between the Hawaiian islands.
What's the Covid situation?
With about 339,000 cases and roughly 1,600 deaths reported as of August 12, Hawaii has seen relatively low Covid numbers per capita compared with other US states. It maintained some of the strictest travel measures of any state during the heights of the pandemic.
What can visitors expect?
Statewide limits on social gatherings, restaurants, bars, gyms and other social establishments were lifted in December. All county-imposed restrictions have been lifted.
On the island of Oahu, the Safe Access O'ahu program, which required proof of vaccination or a negative test to enter businesses such as restaurants, bars and gyms, ended March 5.
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