Hawaii is paying for visitors to leave.

The state agency that welcomes travelers to Hawaii is paying to give them the boot if they don’t abide by Hawaii’s mandated two-week quarantine when they arrive.

The Hawaii Tourism Authority has set aside $25,000 for the costs to send rule-breaking tourists packing, with outbound flights being organized by the Visitor Aloha Society, a nonprofit that typically assists visitors with problems during their stay.

“The ability to return people quickly to their airports of origin during the coronavirus crisis greatly assists law enforcement’s ability to ensure the success of our statewide emergency measures,” Hawaii’s Attorney General Clare Connors said in a statement.

“The fact scarce government funds do not need to be expended for these return trips also helps fulfill the mission of keeping Hawaii safe.”

So far the state has paid to send 19 people back home since the rule was established April 1 during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the state’s Health Department.

One woman from Los Angeles was flown out after she was caught violating her quarantine when she shared images from the outdoors to social media.

Another two visitors who were caught breaking quarantine were given a second chance — only to be caught again after they switched hotels, the Health Department said.

Some scofflaws have faced misdemeanor charges and have been forced to pay fines.

Hawaii has seen a dramatic drop off of visitors as the country grapples with the spread of the coronavirus and global air travel tanks.

On Thursday 438 people arrived by air, a 98.5 percent decline from the 30,000 who arrive daily on average this time of year, according to the Tourism Authority.

The state has confirmed 596 coronavirus cases along with another 12 related deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.