Well it doesn't look good for us in Hawaii. Our site is now cleared enough of parked rental cars to use but the Mayor has announced that we are starting a Tier system that may adjust every 2 weeks if the number of Covid19 cases on 7 day average and the percent of infected vs those tested is within a certain range. The lower the infection numbers the more things may open. However even at the highest level tier 4 the allowance for public gatherings such as autocross is limited to 25 total. This is to stop any large gathering of mass of people such as what young people did at beaches and parks both day and night when things opened up in June leading to a large surge in cases that took two months to reduce. As a result we are unlikely to have any chance to have motorsports until our numbers are literally undetectable and the pandemic is over.
We need to see better than Tier 4 which is under 20 cases per day on 7 day average and infection rate of less than 1% for 14 days. Given that we are also trying to open up tourism on Oct 15 I doubt that the possible influx of travelers will do anything but increase infection in the community and further escalate health concerns. There is a 14 day quarantine (must not leave their hotel or lodging room except for medical reasons) for those who travel to Hawai both residents and non residents but enforcement is a total joke with no way to monitor people. There is talk of a resort bubble being offered to tourist that allow them to move in and about a set resort and have to wear an electronic monitor on the wrist to keep them within the resort.