Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-03-03 03:14:44 –
Honolulu (KHON2) — Spring break is approaching, raising concerns about managing spring break. COVID-19 (new coronavirus infection) (# If there is no character limit, add parentheses when it first appears Virus.
The hospitality industry said it is playing a role in ensuring that people follow the rules, hoping that more people will travel.
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Airlines and hotels expect more people to arrive on the island, but not close to numbers in 2019. However, we will continue to increase the safety information of COVID-19 through videos, emails and apps.
Play a video of the Hawaii Tourism Board, according to Hawaiian Airlines Clena Campaign For flights arriving on the island. The video describes some of the important rules that visitors need to know before they arrive. The airline also Travel Pono Content series.
Avi Mannis, Senior Vice President of Marketing, Hawaiian Airlines, said: “We worked with our partners to provide some video components that explain what to do and how to behave when you are here.”
Hotels also play a role in providing information to travelers.
“More signs. Some hotels use QR codes to avoid them. Also, Mufi Hannemann, chairman of the Hawaii Lodge and Tourism Association, said:
He said more hotel staff would be able to help.
“We know when it will be a much busier time of the year. Sure, if you do, you need to look more at the ball. In this particular case, to do that. If we need human resources, we obviously need additional staff to handle them, “Hannemann said.
Spring break has led to large parties and floatillas over the past few years. Currently, rallies on Oahu are currently limited to 10 people, and the Honolulu Police Department (HPD) has stated that it will enforce the rules. HPD has not yet announced whether patrols will increase.
The State Department said that even with few cases of COVID-19 on the island, people should still refrain from traveling.
“Travel, especially unnecessary travel, increases the risk to everyone, not just yourself,” said Brooks Vale, a spokesman for the Hawaii Department of Health. “I would like to ask people not to travel unless it is necessary.”
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