The Hawaii State Library system requires vaccinations or a detrimental COVID-19 take a look at outcome for all guests
Starting Monday, all Hawaii State Public Library System public libraries and offices will require visitors 12 years and older to provide proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result issued within the last 72 hours and valid photo ID.
The library system will implement and enforce the requirements of Governor David Ige’s ordinance issued on Thursday.
Visitors aged 5 and over must wear a face mask that covers their nose, mouth and chin at all times, even in a library. Visitors must also keep a physical distance from others and practice hand hygiene.
Staff will be outside of buildings to provide assistance.