IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 911!
This page is intended for those who have or think they've been exposed to COVID-19.
If you experience any of these symptoms or have been in close contact with anyone with COVID-19, please call 211 (Aloha United Way), visit a testing center or contact your healthcare provider.
Wet or Dry cough
Temperature above 100.4°F
SHORTNESS OF BREATH
Inability to inhale or exhale properly
Muscle & Body Aches
New loss of taste or smell
Congestion or Runny Nose
Nausea or Vomiting
Persistent Chest Pain
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT IS CONSIDERED "CLOSE CONTACT?"
Quarantine begins the day you come in "close contact" with someone who has or is suspected of having COVID-19. Close contact is defined as being in the same vicinity or exchanging bodily fluids with someone with or suspecting to have COVID-19.
WHAT ARE THE CURRENT TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS IN HAWAIʻI?
If you are coming into Hawaiʻi from the continental U.S., you must quarantine for 14 days or for the duration of your stay, whichever is shorter. If you are traveling inter-island to Kauaʻi, Maui, Lanaʻi, Kahoʻolawe, Niʻihau, Molokaʻi or Hawaiʻi Island, you must quarantine for 14 days or for the duration of your stay, whichever is shorter.
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WHAT DOES QUARANTINE MEAN?
During quarantine, you should stay in one place, avoid contact with others and monitor your health as closely as possible.
HOW LONG DO I NEED TO QUARANTINE FOR?
To calculate how many days of quarantine you have left, take the last day you had close contact with an infected or potentially infected person, and add 14 days.
If you have to care for an infected person and they have been following quarantine mandates, your last day of quarantine is 14 days after they start their quarantine.
If you cannot avoid close contact with an infected person, your last day of quarantine is 14 days after they are cleared by a medical professional to stop their quarantine.