• Sabrina

Hawaii explores travel bubble with Australia

Updated: Sep 4


The Hawaiian government is hoping to create a trans-Pacific travel bubble with Australia as early as October 1, to kickstart the struggling tourism industry.


All visitors arriving from out-of-state to Hawaii would still be subject to a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine. Governor of Hawaii David Ige has suggested creating ‘geo-fenced’ hotels, where guests could move freely around a resort complex while still technically in quarantine; he has also proposed waiving the 14-day quarantine for any arrivals who test negative within 72 hours of their arrival.

Too good to be true?

Would you accept doing quarantine for the pleasure to travel to the paradise?

Safe travels

Sabrina


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