Kaua‘i Police is monitoring more than 1,300 people in quarantine on the island…right now. Officials tell reporters 1,605 people arrived in the state, 43 directly onto Kaua‘i. The numbers come from the Hawai’i Tourism Authority. Both trans-Pacific and interisland travelers are required to self-quarantine for two weeks. On Friday, the state announced the Safe Travels app will be mandatory for travelers on Sept. 1. The app collects health and travel information, digitizing the current paper process. The application will be provided to the state’s health department…the Attorney General…and county law enforcement.