COVID-19 UPDATE - MAUI

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Beginning March 26, 2022, the Safe Travels Hawaii program will conclude.  There will be no COVID-related requirements for arriving domestic passengers. Travelers arriving in Hawaii directly from international airports must still comply with U.S. federal requirements; consult with your airline.

In-Flight and Arrival Information
 
TSA’s mask mandate has been extended through April 18, 2022 and requires that masks be worn in airports and on airplanes.

Hawaii’s indoor mask mandate ended on March 25, 2022. Masks are still strongly recommended for people over age 65, those with compromised immune systems or who care for people at risk of severe illness, and those unvaccinated for COVID-19.

Some businesses may still require or encourage the wearing of masks.
What Do I Need To Know Once I’m in Hawai‘i?
 
By following some simple  tips and advice, you will be keeping yourself, your family and friends, and communities across the Hawaiian Islands healthy and safe. We thank you in advance for being mindful of putting public health first and following local guidelines.

Wearing a Mask or Face Covering
Wearing a mask lowers the risk of transmission. It is wise to wear a mask while indoors with people whose vaccination status is unknown and when you are unable to maintain physical distancing. Masks are strongly recommended for people over age 65, with compromised immune systems, who care for people at risk of severe illness and those unvaccinated for COVID-19.

Hotels and Accommodations
Please visit the website of your Hawai‘i accommodations for information about their property-specific safety protocols. Some businesses may still require or encourage the wearing of masks.

Parks and Beaches
While parks, beaches, and trails on all islands are open, there may be some restrictions. Select state parks and monuments statewide are open, though emphasizing social distancing. You will find a detailed listing of open and closed state parks at the Division of State Parks website. National Park Service-managed parks, historic sites and memorials in Hawai‘i are gradually increasing access and services to their sites and facilities utilizing a phased approach. You will find a detailed listing of open and closed sites at the National Park Service’s Hawai‘i webpage.

Dining and Activities
Most county restrictions have been lifted. Refer to county websites for additional information. (County of Maui website)
How is Luxurious Destinations Cleaning and Sanitizing Its Privately Owned and Managed Residences?
 
  • At Luxurious Destinations we remain diligent in our efforts to provide the highest standards of cleanliness and sanitation. 
  • Our professional housekeeping staff are only permitted to use cleaners and disinfectants that meet EPA standards.  All Luxurious Destinations cleaning products are included in the Environmental Protection Agency’s list of approved solutions.
  • Our professional housekeepers are focused on devoting extra time to sanitizing commonly touched items and spaces, i.e. door handles, appliances, phones, remote controls, as recommended by the CDC guidelines on cleaning and disinfecting.
  • All of our professional housekeepers are required to wear protective (PPE) gear to help prevent cross-contamination.
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If you have unanswered questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact a Luxurious Destinations Reservation Specialist at 888-LUX-DEST or [email protected]