Spring break travel restrictions in Hawaii, Mexico, California, Vegas

Amy Stewart

Going on vacation for spring break? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently relaxed its guidance on mask wearing and other COVID-19 precautions. But travelers still need to know what requirements are in place at their destination. 

Popular spring break locations for Arizonans — including Hawaii, Mexico, Southern California and Las Vegas — have varying guidelines in place. And while most places have eased their pandemic policies, re-entering the United States by air still requires a negative COVID-19 test. And you still have to wear your mask in the airport and on the plane.

Here’s what spring break travelers should know about the latest COVID-19 protocols in popular vacation spots in the United States and Mexico. 

Latest Hawaii travel restrictions

Is vaccination or COVID-19 testing required? At this time, all travelers must create a Safe Travels Hawaii account and enter their trip details and health information. Travelers who do not meet certain criteria are subject to a mandatory five-day self-quarantine. To avoid the quarantine, U.S. citizens must either: 


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