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HONOLULU (AP) – Hawaii Lt. Gov. Josh Green suggested that the way to “perfect” the state’s coronavirus testing system for incoming travelers is to extend the mandatory pre-flight testing window from three days prior to arrival to four and requiring a second test when the person touches down.

The extra fourth day to get tested for the coronavirus prior to flying to Hawaii would allow tourists more time to find a test site and receive their results, Green told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser on Friday.

The article goes on to state the following:

A follow up test when the person arrives to Hawaii would provide a degree of certainty for residents and local mayors who have been calling for the testing requirements to be amended, Green said.

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