Wherever there are strict rules, there will be those trying to circumvent them. That seems especially true when it comes to travel in the time of COVID-19. Last week, two tourists from Louisiana flew to Hawaii and were arrested after allegedly trying to bribe an airport screener to avoid having to quarantine.
The state of Hawaii requires travelers to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of their arrival to avoid a 10-day quarantine. Apparently, these travelers thought they could buy their way out of that requirement.