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46 New COVID-19 Cases Reported in Hawai‘i County

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Forty-six new COVID-19 cases were reported on Hawai‘i Island on Saturday, June 12. Four people are hospitalized.

The Department of Health has scheduled a vaccination clinic for today, Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Kealakehe Middle School. The Department of Health, clinics, and pharmacies offer coronavirus vaccinations on a regular basis.

Beginning June 15, all restrictions on inter-island travel will end. Coronavirus testing, Safe Travels Hawai‘i registration, and quarantine exemptions for inter-island travel will no longer be required.

For Trans-Pacific travel, Safe Travels Hawaii registration, pre-travel coronavirus testing, or proof of vaccination in Hawaii remain in effect and are requirements for an exception to the mandatory 10-day quarantine.

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For information regarding vaccination, contact the Department of Health at 808-300-1120.

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