Hawaii's plan to allow tourists to travel between Islands

The authorities of Hawaii are planning to allow tourists to travel between Islands, according to Travel and Leisure.

Officials believe that travel between the Islands in the so — called "resort bubble" — tourists who come to the resort and passed a two-week quarantine is not a hazard.

From 1 September Hawaii plans to introduce a testing program that will allow travelers to avoid quarantine if they have a certificate of negative test COVID-19, taken within 72 hours after arrival.

Initially the program was supposed to start August 1, but was pushed back as in other places in the United States saw a surge in cases COVID-19.