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Kauai requires you to quarantine, perhaps in a ‘bubble resort’

Hawaiian officials have stiffened restrictions on travelers to Kauai, requiring nonessential visitors to the island to quarantine for 14 days.

That move, which started Wednesday and was prompted by rising U.S. infection rates, sets Kauai apart from its Hawaiian sister islands, where visitors can avoid quarantine by testing negative for COVID-19 before boarding flights

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