Do I need to provide a Covid-19 test?
Flying from Guam to Texas, but have a 3 hour layover in Hawaii. Will I need to provide a negative test when I land in Honolulu or will I be fine without one since I won’t be leaving the airport?
- RedstoneLv 72 months ago
Since Hawaii is your connecting and not destination, you should be fine. Make an inquiry to the airline to be sure. Rules tend to change without notice.Source(s): Work part-time as a TSA officer @ HNL.
- HerfnerdLv 72 months ago
Hawaii is not your final destination - you will only need to show the 72-hour COVID test upon arrival if you are staying in Hawaii. You're fine
- W.T. DoorLv 72 months ago
You have to check with your airline.
- 3 months ago
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- A HunchLv 73 months ago
Texas does not have any travel restrictions in place at this time.
On a federal level, the US does not have any quarantine requirements when arriving in the US.
-- just common sense.
At this point, don't we all know that a negative test does not mean you don't have covid unless it's a quick response test....