Today, Gov. David Ige announced eight “reliable testing partners” for travel between the islands to Kauai and Maui counties.
Passengers flying from Hawaii to Maui or Kauai may circumvent the mandatory 14-day quarantine if they pass an FDA-approved nucleic acid amplification test at a CLIA-certified laboratory no earlier than 72 hours before departure and receive a negative result.
Travelers must register and upload their coronavirus test results to Hawaii’s Safe Travels account, and the test results must be with them upon arrival so that airport inspectors can review the result, according to a press release from the governor’s office.
Those who choose not to take the pre-exam or not take a negative test from a verified travel partner or participant will be subject to a 14-day inter-district quarantine or may be required to be released from the county in which they are located. travel to.
Maui Mayor Michael Victorino announced on Friday that Maui residents who travel to another island for the same day or night for medical purposes may be exempted from the testing requirement.
Eight trusted test partners for travel between counties:
>> Hawaii Clinical Laboratories: Visit cliniclabs.com to schedule an appointment and learn more about locations and ways to get lab results. All lab tests require the ordering of a licensed medical professional in Hawaii.
>> CVS Health (ongoing): Travelers can make an appointment up to two days in advance at selected CVS travel locations. The tests are available for people over the age of 12. Pre-registration required. Information More information can be found at cvs.com/selfpaytesting.
>> Hawaiian Pacific Islands: The tests are offered at Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women and Children in Oahu and Wilcox Medical Center in Kauai in partnership with Hawaii Clinical Laboratories. Appointments are required at Kapi’olani and should be scheduled online at medicallabs.com/covid. No appointment at Wilcox is required. More information about location, hours and cost can be found at hawaiipacifichealth.org/covid19testing.
>> Kaiser Permanente (members only): Schedule an online test or contact a doctor’s call center or consult a nurse in the traveler’s home area for planning instructions. Kaiser Permanente members returning home to Hawaii can call the line away from home at (951) 268-3900 for planning instructions. Information can be found at kp.org/travel.
>> Minit Medical: Schedule online testing before traveling to other islands. Minit Medical has three clinics on the island of Maui where testing is available. Meetings required; call (808) 667-6161 or log in to Minitmed.com.
>> Walgreens: Testing is available free of charge to those who meet CDC requirements. Tests are available for ages 5 and up. All test driveways are open-air and patients do not leave their cars. Meetings are needed. More information can be found at walgreens.com/covid19testing.
>> Emergency care in Hawaii: Register on ucarehi.com. You can place limited walks; results are sent by e-mail within 24 hours. For more information, call 797-7980.
>> Storage health: Tests at home with real-time audiovisual surveillance are available through Vault Health, the first FDA-approved saliva test. Tests are available for ages 5 and up. Tests are sent with accurate results in 72 hours or less. Information and costs can be found at learn.vaulthealth.com/state-of-Hawaii.