Ive seen more and more people doing it over the years. Its never bothered me at alll. Unless its country music...get that nonsense outta here.. Sudden sounds is what bothers me on the course, not really consistent noise.
They just made it a state law:
Beginning Nov. 24: Negative COVID-19 test result required prior to departure to avoid 14-day quarantine in Hawaii. Tests ONLY accepted from TRUSTED TESTING AND TRAVEL PARTNERS
HAWAII'S PRE-TRAVEL TESTING PROGRAM The state of Hawaii will ONLY accept Nucleic Acid...
But like @Vinsk said, it is a joke. How difficult is it to just stay home?
My wife is going on day 9 of no taste or smell, her daily headaches have seemingly gone away so that's a positive step and I had a couple days of slight congestion but nothing significant. Our quarantine is set to be over on Thursday, probably will wait until Friday or Saturday before leaving the house.
But it’s not really. A lot can happen from the time one tests negative to boarding the plane. Or the test may have not detected the virus at test time. Testing negative when asymptomatic isn’t that reliable due to the unknown status of the virus in the body if present. This silly ‘ negative test no more than 72hrs old’ is a joke. Sure it’s better than nothing....but barely.
Sadly, people are flocking to urgent care clinics and testing sites to get their golden ticket to travel. It’s irresponsible.