In Step Toward Normalcy, Outdoor Masks No Longer Required

On Tuesday, Hawaii Governor David Ige lifted the state's outdoor mask mandate policy, a step forward toward returning to a more normal routine.  Nearly half of all adults are fully vaccinated island-wide across the state.

Ala Moana Center has also lifted its outdoor mask policy on Wednesday, in response to the state's updated guidelines.

On Oahu, social gatherings are still imited to 10 persons maximum, and masks are still required indoors.