GOVERNOR IGE EXTENDS COVID-19 EMERGENCY PERIOD THROUGH JULY, LIFTS INTER-ISLAND QUARANTINE NEXT WEEK
Governor Ige extends COVID-19 emergency period through July, lifts inter-island quarantine next week
News Release from Office of the Governor, June 10, 2020
HONOLULU – Gov. David Ige today signed a ninth supplementary emergency proclamation that extends the COVID-19 emergency period through July 31.
The emergency proclamation lifts the quarantine requirement for inter-island travelers effective 12:01 a.m. on June 16, 2020. However, it also leaves in place the quarantine requirement for out-of-state travelers. The governor has the authority to make exemptions for transit corridors/bubbles.
“We are working very hard toward re-opening out-of-state travel, but we’re not there yet. We are being very cautious. There are new virus flare-ups in key mainland markets – including California where more than 2,000 new cases were reported yesterday. Oregon, Arizona and Texas are also reporting their highest number of new daily cases,” said Gov. Ige.
The proclamation also includes:
Criminal liability for hosts of guests who violate quarantine requirements or owners of cars that are rented to quarantine violators.
The extension of the eviction moratorium through July 31.
The elimination of prohibitions related to beaches, boating, hiking and shoreline fishing, as these activities are being addressed through the counties in coordination with the state Department of Land and Natural Resources.
PDF: NINTH SUPPLEMENTARY PROCLAMATION RELATED TO THE COVID-19 EMERGENCY
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