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Hawaii No Longer Requires Face Masks Outdoors As Covid-19 Cases Drop

Hawaii no longer requires residents to wear face masks outdoors since all have received at least one dose of coronavirus vaccine and under half the population has been fully vaccinated. Starting June 1, ocean sports competitions like surfing contests and canoe paddling races to take place.

Gov. David Ige said Tuesday that he will maintain a requirement that people wear masks indoors, whether or not someone is vaccinated. He also says he will encourage people who are in large groups outdoors to continue to wear masks.

Ige says that starting June 1, he will allow ocean sports competitions like surfing contests and canoe paddling races to take place.

The governor says 57% of Hawaii’s residents have received at least one dose of coronavirus vaccine while just under half the population has been fully vaccinated.

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