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Update: On Monday, the state also reported Hawaii’s largest single-day jump in cases to date, with the state Department of Health reporting there are now 77 documented cases of COVID-19.
The mayors of Oahu and Maui ordered most residents to stay at home except for essential errands, while Hawaiian airlines announced it was suspending nearly all long-haul flights.
Gov. David Ige mandated all residents and visitors flying to Hawaii self-quarantine in hotels or at home for two weeks.
The statewide COVID-19 case count rose to 37, and more politicians are calling on the governor to take stricter measures to prevent its spread.
The total number of coronavirus cases in Hawaii rose by 11, including the first child who has tested positive for the virus.
Hawaii politicians are asking the governor to mandate home quarantine for air passengers. You’re wondering why airlines are cutting fares.
Lt. Gov. Josh Green slammed the pace of the state Department of Health’s screening program as a “total fail.”
Fourteen cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the islands. We answer more of your questions about the virus.