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May 15, 2020

Some Hawaii hotels concerned about quarantine enforcement

By JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER
Associated Press

HONOLULU — Some Hawaii hotels say they need more guidance about how to enforce a 14-day quarantine on travelers, including what to do if guests refuse to comply or how to participate if they still use physical keys instead of cards.

The Hawaii Tourism and Lodging Association recently asked hotels to give out room key-cards that are only good for checking in, so that if a guest leaves the room, they need a new one to re-enter — signaling to hotel staff that a guest defied the quarantine.


 
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