Will any other pre-travel tests be accepted, such as an antibody or antigen test?

Will any other pre-travel tests be accepted, such as an antibody or antigen test?

No. Additionally, the state of Hawaiʻi will accept test results ONLY from TRUSTED TESTING AND TRAVEL PARTNERS. If you take a pre-travel test that is not accepted, you will need to quarantine in a hotel or motel room. If you are a returning Hawai‘i resident or visiting family and/or friends, you will be required to quarantine at your place of residence, or that of your family and/or friends.

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