Traveler Health Form

About the Form

Interisland travel without the 14-day quarantine began on June 16, 2020. This is a major step forward on the state’s road to economic recovery. Passengers on flights between the islands are now required to complete a new form before they board a plane for an interisland flight. 

NOTE: Travelers who are subject to the 14-day traveler quarantine should not complete this form. Interisland travel is prohibited for those in quarantine. Learn more

Ensuring Public Health and Safety

Best practices in public health and epidemiology have been vitally important to safeguard Hawai‘i from the further spread of COVID-19. Through everyone’s cooperation with practicing physical distancing and complying with other safeguards, Hawai‘i has achieved encouraging outcomes to date. We must continue to balance economic recovery with public health and safety. 

As the state begins to reopen, the Hawai‘i Department of Health, in collaboration with the Hawai‘i Emergency Management Agency (HIEMA), Hawai‘i Department of Transportation and other state and federal government agencies, is introducing new policies and practices to ensure we continue along a positive path to keep Hawai‘i safe. It is required by Hawai‘i Sate Law (Hawai‘i Revised Statutes Section 127A-12 and 127A-13) that all travelers provide the information on the form.