Hawaii Update

November 23, 2020

The last few weeks have seen seismic shifts in the COVID-19 workplace safety landscape. Below is a state-by-state summary of some of the most important changes (and continued requirements):

On November 16, 2020, Hawaii Governor Ige issued a Proclamation updating and clarifying the state’s face covering mandate, along with other required business and workplace measures.

Employees are now required to wear a face covering in public settings. Previously, face coverings were required consistent with CDC guidelines.

The Proclamation was effective immediately.

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