From November, it was a…

Oct. 28, 2020 12:10 JST

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From November, it was announced that if the pre-travel test is negative, Japanese will be able to travel to Hawaii without forced quarantine for 14 days.

Honolulu, Hawaii announced a program that would exempt 14 days of quarantine if there was evidence of a negative test partner for the new coronavirus (COVID-19) within 72 hours of departure Will also apply to Japanese people.
The number of travelers to Hawaii is expected to increase slowly as quarantine is required when returning to Japan.

It seems that there are at least 10 scheduled flights from Japan to Hawaii in November.

As of October 27, 2020, 21 test partners have been certified in Japan.
It can be found on the following web page.

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