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Lawmakers and the public have been calling for better data, and the state has been promising it at least since Aug. 6.
A powerful federal law shields lots of health information from the public’s view, but there are some exceptions.
Test positivity rates have been climbing steadily in recent weeks, as Oahu’s had before there was a sudden surge in late July.
New data released this week from the health department is mostly repackaged information already available on the state dashboard.
Louisiana and Alaska publish much more information about clusters and contact tracing.
Experts talked to Civil Beat about how to make sense of available data during a recent Hawaii Variable event.
Despite a troubling rise in the number of cases, the public does not seem to have an appropriate sense of urgency, an epidemic tracking expert says.
Mobility data gives us a clearer picture of just how much people have been moving around during the pandemic.
Despite the pandemic, this could be the year that election participation starts to improve.