Governor David Ige announced Monday that a new, mandatory 14-day quarantine for all interisland travelers will begin Wednesday, April 1, with only essential workers exempted. The interisland quarantine was established to supplement last week’s 14-day quarantine imposed on all passengers arriving in Hawaii to contain the spread of COVID-19 in the state. “We must continue to keep our guard up,” the governor said during a press conference Monday afternoon. The new quarantine will begin at 12:01am Wednesday and run through April 30th.
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