• Hawaii restaurants are allowed to open for indoor dining at 50% capacity, 100% on Oahu specifically starting May 11, 2021.
  • Starting January 2, 2021, Maui tightened restrictions on gatherings and restaurants. Each island is permitted to decide its own restrictions and plan to reopen; statewide, bars and restaurants must close by 10 p.m. and are limited to 30% capacity, while gatherings are limited to five people. This order remains in effect.
  • Most of the state is under an “Act with Care” plan for reopening which allows for most businesses to resume operations with some restrictions. Oahu, for example, is under a four-tier reopening approach; it is currently under the second tier, which allows for most businesses to operate at 50% occupancy. Most of Hawaii is permitting indoor dining at 50% occupancy.
  • On November 16, the Governor clarified the statewide mask mandate, which was previously assigned to local authorities on each island.