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A community organizations has petitioned the Hawaii Supreme Court to order the state health department to hire more contact tracers.
After revealing flaws in the state’s contact tracing program, Jennifer Smith, a state DOH case investigator, was put on leave on Friday.
Campaign buttons, poster bear catchy slogans supporting Dr. Sarah Park.
Announced with fanfare by Gov. David Ige last month, Emily Roberson says she is frustrated with trying to do her job and says leadership needs to make clear the chain of command.
With no end in sight to the shutdown of tourism, dozens of companies have filed letters with labor officials outlining job cuts and extended furloughs.
A House special committee wants immediate attention to recommendations on efforts that need to happen soon to pull the state out of the coronavirus crisis.
The State Auditor says it got no cooperation when it tried to get to the bottom of the Health Department’s methods for identifying how COVID-19 spreads.
Official says COVID-19 is now so out of control that contact tracing will no longer do much good to contain the current spike.
The chairwoman of a congressional subcommittee on health wants to know details about how the state spent $50 million in CARES Act money aimed at testing and tracing.