It’s a Hawaii no one has seen before. Empty beaches, empty roads, only a smattering of people going to essential jobs or paddling out for a quick “individual” surf session.
On April 10, only 424 people flew to Hawaii — down from roughly 30,000 arrivals the year before.
Here’s what that looks like on Oahu.
According to an ongoing survey from University of Hawaii, most people are staying home. Only 3% of the first 11,000 respondents said they kept attending social gatherings, even after the stay-at-home order in late March.