Shelter-In-Place ordered for Honolulu and Maui through April 30; Curfew for Kaua‘i through May 3
From HawaiiCovid19.com, March 23, 2020
Honolulu County: Effective March 23, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. anyone in the City and County of Honolulu is required to shelter-in-place, meaning stay at home and/or work from home, except to work for or obtain health care services, or for other essential activities. Under the order, essential activities include:
- Activities essential to the health and safety of the individual or of their household members.
- Obtaining necessary services or supplies, or delivering services or supplies to others, that are necessary to maintain safety, sanitation and essential operation of residences.
- Engaging in outdoor activity, provided the individuals comply with Social Distancing Requirements.
- Performing work providing products and services at businesses defined as “essential” under the order.
- To care for a family member or pet in another household.
This order, issued by Mayor Kirk Caldwell on March 22, 2020, and is effective until April 30, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. Read the order here.
Maui County: Effective March 25, 2020, anyone in the County of Maui is required to shelter-in-place, meaning stay at home and/or work from home, except to work for or obtain health care services, or for other essential activities. This is an amendment to Emergency Rule #1, issued by Mayor Mike Victorino on March 22, 2020, and is effective until April 30, 2020. Read the proclamation here.
Kaua‘i County: Effective March 20, 2020, anyone in the County of Kaua‘i must adhere to a curfew from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m., during which every individual must remain in their residence. The only exceptions to this rule are individuals Community to and from work or the airport, subsistence fishing or hunting, conducting work for an essential services provider, delivery services associated with food or household supplies, or seeking medical attention.
This is an amendment to Emergency Rule #2, issued by Mayor Derek Kawakami on March 19, 2020, and is effective until May 3, 2020. Read the proclamation here.
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