From MeetHawaii.com, Hawaii Tourism Authority
July 8, the State of Hawai‘i began granting quarantine exceptions to travelers on domestic flights (from U.S. states and territories) who uploaded proof of full vaccination (two (2) Moderna or Pfizer shots or one (1) Johnson & Johnson shot plus 15 days after last dose) received within the 50 states and U.S. territories.
VACCINATION EXCEPTION PROGRAM QUESTIONS:
- Any traveler who is fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in the United States or U.S. Territories will be eligible for the quarantine exception. This means two shots of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or one dose of Johnson and Johnson plus 15 days after the last dose.
- Travelers must still create an account in Safe Travels Hawai’i, enter their trip details, upload their vaccination documentation, sign the legal attestations, and within 24 hours of departing to Hawai‘i, complete the online health questionnaire.
- Travelers will need one of the following vaccination records as proof of vaccination:
- A CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card (preferred)
- VAMS (Vaccine Administration Management System) printout or certificate
- DOD DD Form 2766C.
- A SMART Health Card with your vaccine record (which can be uploaded via CommonPass) or a vaccine record uploaded to CLEAR Health Pass.
- Proof of vaccination (source document) provided by a medical provider or authorized COVID-19 vaccination administrator.
- The documents listed above must clearly state:
- Traveler’s name and date of birth (which must match the name on the traveler’s SafeTravels account and their official photo ID),
- Vaccine type (i.e., Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson)
- Date(s) vaccination was administered
- Lot number(s) for each shot
- Vaccination site or location, which must be within the United States or its territories.
All information must be clear and readable. If a traveler’s document is missing information, they should return to the provider to request a completed duplicate CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card or proof of vaccination. Additionally, the traveler can contact their local Department of Health.