With the Wuhan Corona Virus (COVID-19) still running rampant around the globe, we recommend that a face covering be worn, and social distancing of six feet (or two meters) be followed when spotting outside any of the Hawai‘i airports. Please take it upon yourselves to adhere to the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) and State of Hawai‘i Department of Health guidelines to protect your fellow spotters and yourselves from this potentially deadly virus.
While inside any of the state's airports, you will need to adhere to all posted procedures.
If you're not feeling well, or possibly have been exposed to the virus, stay home!
You are responsible for your own actions, and you may be subject to warnings or reprimand by the airport's law enforcement agencies if any COVID regulations are violated, especially if the state is under the Tier 1 or Tier 2 levels.
REVISED 01 August 2021