AlohaSafe Alert is a voluntary new service that helps slow the spread of COVID-19. AlohaSafe Alert is the official exposure notification app of Hawaii and has been designed for use in Hawaii in coordination with the Hawaii State Department of Health.

The goal of AlohaSafe Alert is to support the re-opening of Hawaii communities and economies.

If you have enabled Exposure Notifications on your phone, whenever you are within close proximity (approximately 6 feet of someone for at least 15 minutes), your phones will exchange secure, anonymous tokens. If that person later tests positive for COVID-19, you will receive a notification about a possible exposure. If you test positive for COVID-19, you can share these anonymous tokens, which will send a notification to anyone with whom you have exchanged tokens recently, notifying them of possible exposure.

This service has been designed for use in Hawaii. This service does not collect any personally identifying information or share it with the State of Hawaii, the Hawaii State Department of Health, Apple, or Google. AlohaSafe Alert is a source of up to date COVID-19 information & guidance. The AlohaSafe Alert app was built using the open source project developed by PathCheck Foundation.

Use AlohaSafe Alert to report a COVID-19 diagnosis if your area is a part of the pilot program:
• Lana’i

From version AlohaSafe Alert 1.0.10:

• Snapshot of recent COVID-19 activity in Hawaii
• Share button to invite others to download the app

All versions
December 2, 2020
November 13, 2020