(ANSA) – NEW YORK, 18 JAN – From next week Hawaii will require visitors to prove they have made the anti-Covid booster if they want to avoid quarantine. The US media reported it. Currently, according to state regulations, travelers must be fully vaccinated to avoid 5 days of isolation, i.e. have received two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine or one from Johnson & Johnson (or have a negative test within one day of voyage). On January 24, however, new rules will come into force, according to which only those who have also received the booster (the third dose) will be considered fully vaccinated. “We know the community needs time to react, so we will give at least two weeks to those who may be out of date to have the opportunity to go get vaccinated if necessary,” Governor David Ige said last week. (HANDLE).
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