The Hawaii Medical Reserve Corps has 1,370 volunteers taking on a number of tasks during the pandemic.
Hawaii health officials believe the dwindling number of new positive test results is a lull and expect virus cases to rise again once the economy starts opening up.
UPDATED: Late Tuesday evening, Gov. David Ige announced more businesses will be allowed to reopen in the coming weeks.
Some think the Hawaii Department of Health is woefully short of people doing contact tracing, but the department says it has enough staff to handle the short term.
Due to uncertainty around the tests, Hawaii Pacific Health doesn’t plan to change any of its policies if any of its employees are found to have antibodies.