Stay At Home order approved for Lanai, starting Tuesday, Oct. 27

Mayor Michael Victorino announced that the County of Maui received approval from the Governor to issue a mandatory Stay At Home order for Lanai residents and visitors beginning 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 27.

Under the order, Lanai residents and visitors may leave home or their place of lodging for only essential work and essential activities. Only one member of a household should leave at a time, unless other family members such as children and disabled persons cannot be left alone.

All travel will be restricted to only essential work or medical purposes. All other travelers would be required to quarantine for 14 days.

The order will remain in place until Nov. 11.

Essential workers traveling to Lanai may request limited quarantine by visiting

“It’s abundantly clear that large gatherings without physical distancing or wearing of masks can quickly lead to an outbreak that threatens the entire community,” Mayor Victorino said. “We continue to work with the State Department of Health, local healthcare providers and the Lanai Incident Command Post on providing emergency support and resources. Everyone needs to do their part to ensure we protect our friends, family and loved ones.”

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