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Hawaii Hilton Quarantine for COVID19

Hawaii Hilton Quarantine for COVID19

Old Mar 24, 20, 1:23 am
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Hawaii Hilton Quarantine for COVID19

Fyi, whether you're headed to Hilton Hawaiian Village on Oahu, Hilton Waikoloa Village on Hawaii, Grand Wailea on Maui, or any other Hilton family property, a 14 day mandatory quarantine kicks in for guests arriving on Thursday or beyond into May anywhere in Hawaii.

You're not allowed to leave your room for any reason other than a medical emergency. You are not permitted to go to resort pools, beaches, or restaurants (if they're even open.) If you leave your room for a non-medical emergency, you're subject to a penalty up to 1 year in jail and/or $5,000 fine. After 14 days, you need to shelter in place and avoid groups 10 or more. In size.

Clearly, Hawaii doesn't want tourists. Today the governor begged guests to leave the islands while announcing a statewide shelter-in-place order.
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Old Mar 24, 20, 10:06 am
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Originally Posted by Weatherboy View Post
Fyi, whether you're headed to Hilton Hawaiian Village on Oahu, Hilton Waikoloa Village on Hawaii, Grand Wailea on Maui, or any other Hilton family property, a 14 day mandatory quarantine kicks in for guests arriving on Thursday or beyond into May anywhere in Hawaii.

You're not allowed to leave your room for any reason other than a medical emergency. You are not permitted to go to resort pools, beaches, or restaurants (if they're even open.) If you leave your room for a non-medical emergency, you're subject to a penalty up to 1 year in jail and/or $5,000 fine. After 14 days, you need to shelter in place and avoid groups 10 or more. In size.

Clearly, Hawaii doesn't want tourists. Today the governor begged guests to leave the islands while announcing a statewide shelter-in-place order.
This seems a bit of "you reap what you sow" - HI wanted tourists. For some/many tourists, this was their lifetime opportunity to visit the islands.

And now they're not leaving.

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Old Mar 24, 20, 10:41 am
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Originally Posted by DELee View Post
This seems a bit of "you reap what you sow" - HI wanted tourists. For some/many tourists, this was their lifetime opportunity to visit the islands.

And now they're not leaving.

David
I disagree. HI is taking this virus seriously. Too many people are not. Drastic situation calls for drastic measures. No one should be on holiday now, it is simply irresponsible.

GO HOME, STAY HOME
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