Interisland Quarantine Reinstated; Oahu Activities Restricted

on "August 10, 2020 8:12 am"

Oahu parks and beaches, which reopened in May, closed again on Saturday, August 8. Download updated one-page flyers that reflect changes.

Gov. David Ige and Mayor Kirk Caldwell announced the new order, which they call “Act With Care — Do Not Gather,” at a news conference last week.

The closures include all pools, playgrounds, courts, fields, exercise equipment, dog parks, skate parks, the Koko Crater tramway and the People’s Open Markets. The order runs through midnight Sept. 4, although the end date may change depending on the circumstances, city officials said.

Governor Ige also reinstated the interisland quarantine, effective Tuesday, August 11 through August 31. It requires anyone arriving by air on any island except Oahu to quarantine for 14 days.

Mahalo to the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii for providing updated one-pager guides in accordance with these changes.

Click here to download the updated one-pagers.