Kauai, one of the islands forming the Hawaiin archipelago and the 4th largest Hawaiin island among with a population of over 70,000 people has been added to the list of areas in the United States undergoing Covid-19 restrictions and guidelines.
The county is open for travel activities but all of such travel activities must be under strict Covid-19 guidelines.
According to the Kauai county government’s Covid-19 website, wearing masks is backed by law, and as such citizens must abide strictly as a way of safeguarding against the coronavirus pandemic.
The government also mentioned that visitors and residents traveling to Kauai have several options under the current Covid-19 emergency rules effective January 5, 2021; some of which are:
- If you have been in the State of Hawaii for more than 72 hours, you are eligible to take an approved pre-travel test interisland travel to Kauai.
- If you are traveling from out of state, you can take a pre-travel test, stay in a “Resort Bubble” for 72 hours or more, then take a post-travel test to be released from quarantine.