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Proof of vaccination or negative test no longer required at Hawaiʻi State Capitol

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Visitors to the Hawaiʻi State Capitol will no longer have to show their vaccination card or proof of a negative COVID test, state officials announced Tuesday.

Mask rules differ in the state House and Senate. Masks are optional but requested in House chambers and rooms, but are mandatory in Senate chambers and rooms.

Visitors will still be issued a daily sticker which must be displayed while at the Capitol.

Officials say these rules are likely to remain in place through the rest of the legislative session, which ends in May.

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