Disney’s Aulani Resort in Hawaii has been a popular destination for guests since it first opened in 2011.
With oceanfront views and white sand beaches, this Disney resort is truly unlike any other. But, like all other Disney Resort Hotels, Aulani has also been affected by the COVID-19 virus. Current and future guests of the resort are being urged to familiarize themselves with Hawaii’s current travel requirements — we’ve got everything you need to know below!
With the status of COVID-19 ever-changing, it’s important to remain up to date on the restrictions and requirements your destination may have in place.
The Government of Hawaii is currently monitoring those who are traveling to the islands through the Safe Travels Program. The program requires anyone who enters the state to remain in quarantine for five days — or show proof of up-to-date vaccinations or a negative COVID test result.
Originally, the Hawaiian Government was considering requiring a booster shot as well as the full COVID-19 vaccine, but that was scrapped. Travelers only need to show proof of their original vaccine.
The current vaccine criteria for entering Hawaii is as follows, “Any traveler (including minors) who is up to date with their vaccination against COVID-19 will be eligible for the quarantine exception. Travelers are considered up to date on the 14th day for vaccines that require two shots or for vaccines that require only one shot.”
For more information on Hawaii’s travel restrictions and requirements, you can visit the State of Hawaii’s website.
We will keep an eye on this evolving situation and let you know if anything changes! As always, stay tuned to AllEars for your Disney and theme park news!
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