By looking closely at the antibodies developed by recovered coronavirus patients, University of Hawaii scientists hope to help find ways to halt the progression of the disease.
The state health director said the risk posed to residents and other staff at the facility is “low.”
When the virus spread, a nonprofit in Papakolea Hawaiian Homestead quickly shifted gears to ensuring kupuna got food, supplies and necessary health care.
Interisland travel will be opened on June 16. Passengers will be subject to a temperature check and anyone with a fever over 100.4 degrees will not be allowed to board.
There’s more to the story behind new federal data that reports Hawaii’s first COVID-19 death in a nursing facility.
Care facilities restrict visits from family members and friends because of COVID-19, leaving many elderly people feeling isolated.
Josh Green is proposing the state ask random airline passengers to take a voluntary test as a way to measure the prevalence of the virus among travelers.