Despite the setback, state health officials say appointments are still widely available at retail pharmacies.
Honolulu continues to widen COVID-19 vaccine eligibility.
Hospitals made do with existing space and invested in some new equipment, but the pandemic exposed a heavy reliance on out-of-state traveling nurses.
Honolulu is the only county in Hawaii that has yet to widen its COVID-19 vaccine eligibility pool to everyone 16 and older.
The circumstances of her resignation are still unclear.
More vaccines are on their way, but so are visitors.
Patients of the disease called angiostrongyliasis must confront conflicting clinical guidance and a medication price tag, in Alyx Barnett’s case, of $8,599.99
UPDATE: King’s Cathedral in Kahului still plans to hold in-person events this weekend, despite state health officials urging it not to.
Relaxed rules and increased funding have led to new initiatives such as mobile clinics. Will it last?