Public Health Emergency Rules (January 19, 2021)
- Rule 5a.2 - Face Covering
- Face coverings must be worn while walking to and from the pool or beach area and may only be removed once the person is stationary and adequately separated from non-household members.
- Rule 5e - Limited occupancy
- Essential or designated retail businesses shall limit total occupancy to 30 percent of the facility's maximum occupant load.
- Rule 11b - Quarantine Lodging
- Persons subject to quarantine while awaiting Covid-19 test results must now quarantine at an approved hotel/motel. This now includes inter-island travelers.
- Rule 12d – Travelers with Negative COVID-19 Test – Pre-arrival
- All travelers must download either the AlohaSafe App or other Google-Apple exposure notification (GAEN) system prior to entry into Maui County.
- Failure to register with a GAEN system prior to arrival into Maui County shall result in mandatory quarantine, except for any individuals under the age of 18, or those who do not possess a mobile device. Only for those who do not possess a mobile device, at least one individual in their traveling party will be required to comply.
- Interisland travelers whose negative test results are not available at the time of arrival, must quarantine at their place of lodging for 10 days or the duration of their stay in Maui County, whichever is shorter.
- Persons subject to quarantine who require paid or commercial lodging must quarantine at an approved hotel or motel.
- Children under the age of five traveling with their guardian who is approved for previously testing positive for Covid-19, will receive an exemption as well without providing additional documentation.
- Exhibit A #17
- Bars and restaurants must close no later than 10 p.m. This restriction does not apply to drive-through, non-liquor-related take out, delivery, or room service.
- Exhibit A #28
- Gyms, yoga studios, and similar venues, whether indoor or outdoor, must comply with Rule 5, and specifically must ensure that all occupants wear face-covering at all times.
Social Gatherings Limited to 5 Individuals
You may have seen it on the news this weekend; social gatherings (except for those involving ONLY your own household members) are now limited by the County to five people or less right now. Start the new year right by observing rules so we can continue to move forward as a community. For move information, review the Public Health Emergency Rules, Amended Dec. 30, 2020.
How can I see friends and ohana while staying safe? The Hawaii Department of Health provides resources to help you understand the level of risk and how to protect yourself, your family and friends. Read more.
Travel to Maui County
Get more information about interisland travel and guidelines for those entering Maui County. Learn more.