Tag: OCTOBER

Hawaii vacation news: October 22, 2020

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Here are a few quick updates to share:

– The initial results from the post-arrival surveillance test indicates that all tests have proven to be negative per Hawaii News Now.

– The new pre-travel testing program is still experiencing some issues. This Hawaii News Now story shows problems with a backlog in the Safe Travels program and problems with tests going missing.

– There’s new information regarding Kauai County’s voluntary post arrival testing that they’re urging visitors to take three days after arrival.

  • The cost of the voluntary test is at the visitor’s expense. They are offering a “gift”

Hawaii vacation news: October 28, 2020

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– Yesterday, Gov. Ige announced that starting November 6th, Hawaii will welcome travelers from Japan with a 72-hour pre-test from a trusted testing partner. This Hawaii News Now segment provides a summary of that announcement.

– In yesterday’s press conference, the governor shared the following helpful image to explain all the testing requirements based on where travel originates to and within Hawaii.

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– One of the bigger confusions/complaints/controversies we’re seeing since the October 15th re-opening is about masks. Some lawmakers are calling for a clear, statewide mask mandate. Rules can vary by county, but basically people are expected to wear

Caravanning News – OCTOBER 2020 edition


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OCT 21:
Police in South Australia are investigating the theft of a Jayco Swan camper trailer, rego S784TBF, from Tailem Bend.

OCT 21:
Victorian Government informs caravan dealers they can continue the “click and collect” method of contactless RV sales, but inspections and demonstrations not permitted.

 

* Tiaro rest area assault
victim airlifted to hospital

73,557
people reached.

* Warning on misleading compliance plates
… 28,383 people reached.


* Tough new laws for heavy-vehicle rest areas … 15,255
people reached.

* Cops hunt caravanner who lost