"We want this action to send a message to visitors and residents alike that we appreciate their love for Hawaii but at this time we believe our community is very important and we need to come together to fight this virus. We are asking them to postpone their visits to our island community. We know that our economy will suffer from this action but we truly appreciate the cooperation we've received from our hospitality industry to understand that these actions are necessary..."-- Hawai'i Governor David Ige
Changes are happening almost daily so the following may have been amended. Stay informed.
Statewide until April 30:
* 14-day quarantine for all incoming visitors and returning residents.
* "Stay-at-home" order whether in place of residence, vacation rental, hotel, or condominium.
Kaua'i County until April 30:
* Nightly curfew from 9pm to 5am.
* Police conducting road checkpoints to enforce the State's "Stay-at-home" order.
* Closed until further notice: Princeville Community Center; Prince Albert Park playground, Pavilion and restrooms.
* All park grass areas remain open for healthy activities and exercise - please observe social distancing protocols.
* The PHCA office is closed until Monday, May 4, though staff is working remotely.
* For assistance, contact El at (808) 826-6687 or email@example.com.
* Patrol is operating as usual and can be reached at (808) 826-6181.