Hawaiʻi National Guard Soldiers and Airmen will be supporting the Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation with the medical screening of incoming and departing passengers as well as airline crew at five Hawaiʻi airports. Continue reading “National Guard to Assist at Five Hawai‘i Airports”
Around half a million Chinese people, some of them infected with coronavirus, entered America from December to February at the height of the COVID-19 outbreak, new figures show. Continue reading “Half a Million Chinese People Entered America at the Height of the Coronavirus Outbreak”
Police have issued at least 40 citations for violating emergency stay-at-home rules, with many of the violations occurring at beaches in the Kihei area, police said Tuesday. Continue reading “At least 40 citations issued for violations of new rules”
Hawaii prosecutors and public defenders will meet again today to try to reach agreement over which inmates now being held at the state’s four jails will be released in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19. Continue reading “Officials weigh the motion to release 426 inmates to curb the spread of COVID-19”
Civic participation is a challenge during the time of coronavirus. Some agencies are finding ways to still include the public, despite Gov. David Ige’s emergency order suspending the requirement among other state laws. Continue reading “Some Hawaii Agencies Get Creative To Keep Public Involved, Others Abandon Participation”
In the Mayor’s own words, “sunbathing is a no-no”.
Beach activities allowed: Continue reading “Maui Update: Sunbathing and Lounging at the Beach Outlawed!”