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Eleni Avendaño

Hawaii Judge Says Makers Of Blood-Thinning Drug Must Pay $834 Million Wikimedia Commons

Hawaii Judge Says Makers Of Blood-Thinning Drug Must Pay $834 Million

The judge found that the drugmakers failed to disclose that it didn’t work as well with Asians and Pacific Islanders.

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Feb. 12: 70 New COVID-19 Cases And 1 Death Claire Caulfield/Civil Beat

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Feb. 12: 70 New COVID-19 Cases And 1 Death

About 1,034 COVID-19 cases have been documented in Hawaii during the past two weeks.

Hawaii’s COVID-19 Tracking App Picks Up Speed Courtesy AlohaSafe Alert

Hawaii’s COVID-19 Tracking App Picks Up Speed

About 87,000 people have signed up in less than a week.

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Feb. 11: 95 New COVID-19 Cases And 1 Death Cory Lum/Civil Beat

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Feb. 11: 95 New COVID-19 Cases And 1 Death

About 1,078 COVID-19 cases have been documented in Hawaii during the past two weeks.

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Feb. 10: 56 New COVID-19 Cases And 5 Deaths Cory Lum/Civil Beat

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Feb. 10: 56 New COVID-19 Cases And 5 Deaths

Approximately 1,085 COVID-19 cases have been documented in Hawaii during the past two weeks.

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Feb. 9: 37 New COVID-19 Infections Claire Caulfield/Civil Beat

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Feb. 9: 37 New COVID-19 Infections

Approximately 7% of COVID-19 patients diagnosed in the state to date have been hospitalized.

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Feb. 8: 33 New COVID-19 Infections Cory Lum/Civil Beat

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Feb. 8: 33 New COVID-19 Infections

If Oahu sees few cases over the next two weeks, it could move into Tier 3 of its reopening plan with fewer restrictions.

Other States Have Opened Vaccinations To Those As Young As 65. Why Not Hawaii? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Other States Have Opened Vaccinations To Those As Young As 65. Why Not Hawaii?

Some argue the state should prioritize the most vulnerable before vaccinating a long list of essential workers.