Coronavirus booster dose could be required to visit Hawaii

NITN | @notintownlive | 17 Jan 2022, 10:00 am

Coronavirus booster dose could be required to visit Hawaii Hawai

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Honolulu: Hawaii will soon make it compulsory for travellers to get their Covid19 booster dose.

State Governor of Hawaii David Ige said his office is looking at revising the meaning of entirely vaccinated from two shots of covid19 vaccine to three doses, CNN reported.

Travellers entering the island state with only two doses would have to undergo a five day isolation if the changes occur, reported CNN.

Currently, the State of Hawai requires fully inoculated international visitors directly entering Hawaii to present their vaccination record and a negative covid test result taken three days before onboarding their flight to the U.S, said the Governor of Hawaii's office.

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