Why Hawaii Resorts Aren’t Stressed About The Missile Scare
The world has been talking about the accidental and terrifying missile alert sent out to all Hawaii residents since it happened on Saturday, January 13. Though the Hawaii Tourism Authority was concerned about the impacts it might have on tourism to the area, it appears vacationers are still booking and traveling to their favorite Hawaii resorts.
Since December 2017, Hawaii has been testing its nuclear warning siren system for first time since the Cold War. According to media outlets around the country and local emergency officials, an incorrect emergency notification was sent out by the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency stating a ballistic missile threat was inbound for Hawaii. This alert has been declared a mistake caused by human error.