Hawaii mulling booster requirement for travelers
Hawaii is considering imposing a three-dose requirement on tourists to be considered fully vaccinated. Hawaii Gov. David Ige said in an interview he is mulling the need for booster shots for domestic travelers.
Ige said if imposed it will not become effective for a few weeks to allow people to get booster shots.
Domestic travelers are currently classed as fully vaccinated after two doses or the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
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