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Tens Of Thousands In Hawaii May Be Working Less Because They Have ‘Long Covid’ Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat/2021

Tens Of Thousands In Hawaii May Be Working Less Because They Have ‘Long Covid’

A University of Hawaii researcher says the lingering disease may be contributing significantly to Hawaii's labor shortage.
‘The Best Medicine’: Kalaupapa Is Rolling Back Some Pandemic Restrictions Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

‘The Best Medicine’: Kalaupapa Is Rolling Back Some Pandemic Restrictions

The former leprosy colony has reopened to sponsored visits from residents' family and friends.
Hilo Man Sentenced To Federal Prison For Defrauding Covid-19 Relief Programs Wikimedia Commons

Hilo Man Sentenced To Federal Prison For Defrauding Covid-19 Relief Programs

Carey Mills is the first person sentenced for Covid-19 fraud in Hawaii and must pay $957,575 in restitution to the Small Business Administration.
Children As Young As 5 Can Now Get The New Covid Booster Shot Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Children As Young As 5 Can Now Get The New Covid Booster Shot

The Hawaii Department of Health is encouraging parents to schedule appointments for their children.
Wastewater Data Confirms Decrease In Covid-19 Cases In Hawaii Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2018

Wastewater Data Confirms Decrease In Covid-19 Cases In Hawaii

The wastewater report will be posted every two weeks on the Hawaii Department of Health's Covid-19 website.
Inclusion Of Covid-19 Reinfections Boosts Hawaii’s Weekly Case Count Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Inclusion Of Covid-19 Reinfections Boosts Hawaii’s Weekly Case Count

The state health department began reporting reinfections as separate cases, saying they used to be rare but have become more common.
The Son Of A Slain Oahu Jail Inmate Is Suing The State Over Lax Practices Submitted

The Son Of A Slain Oahu Jail Inmate Is Suing The State Over Lax Practices

Oahu Community Correctional Center failed to follow "common sense correctional practices" and placed the 62-year-old prisoner in jeopardy, the lawsuit says.
How Homeless People Have Weathered The Pandemic In Hawaii Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

How Homeless People Have Weathered The Pandemic In Hawaii

Data collected from Hawaii and several other states shows that Covid-19 spread more slowly among homeless people compared with the general population.
Denby Fawcett: The New Covid Booster Shot May Be A Hard Sell, But It’s Worth It Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Denby Fawcett: The New Covid Booster Shot May Be A Hard Sell, But It’s Worth It

Experts are urging people to get the new shot to help stave off an anticipated Covid surge in the fall and winter.
Registration For The New Covid Booster Shot Is Already Underway Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Registration For The New Covid Booster Shot Is Already Underway

After approval from the Food and Drug Administration and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the bivalent booster is "trickling" into Hawaii.