Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-02-23 23:09:15 –
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Kahului, Hawaii (KHON2) —Two women in California say they learned lessons after being arrested on Maui last week for violating the state’s safe travel quarantine requirements.
Vanessa Hamilton (21 years old) and Ariel Catalano (27 years old) February 16, 2021 Four travelers arrested at Kahului Airport When they arrived from Oahu.
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Maui police say all four had a negative COVID-19 test before the trip and did not approve accommodation for the mandatory 10-day quarantine.
“To fly to Maui, we need the results of the COVID-19 test,” said Ariel Catalano. “We took the test, but we didn’t have any test results yet. You have to take it seriously, because they really take it here seriously. COVID- We didn’t take it seriously because we knew there wasn’t 19. We’re on vacation. It doesn’t mean it’s harmless. But they take it very seriously. I will. “
“If we don’t get results on landing, we’ll start quarantining,” says Vanessa Hamilton.
The women were released the day after their arrest and returned to Oahu.
They returned to California on Monday, February 22, 2021.
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