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Coronavirus in Hawaii

Hawaii Officials Are Struggling To Get Help To Overburdened Agencies Nathan Eagle/Civil Beat

Hawaii Officials Are Struggling To Get Help To Overburdened Agencies

Confusion within the Ige administration over Hawaii’s collective bargaining law is slowing aid to departments feeling the crunch of the coronavirus crisis.

Hawaii Records 32 New COVID-19 Cases, One Death Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Records 32 New COVID-19 Cases, One Death

UPDATED: The new cases bring the state’s total count to 351.

How Susceptible Are You To Coronavirus? The Answer Could Be In Your DNA Cory Lum/Civil Beat

How Susceptible Are You To Coronavirus? The Answer Could Be In Your DNA

Researchers think ethnicity may play a role in how hard a population gets hit by the virus.

The Imprecise Science Of Predicting The Spread Of COVID-19 Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Imprecise Science Of Predicting The Spread Of COVID-19

In Hawaii, the projected peak for coronavirus cases is in early May. But it’s a moving date, dependent on a complex set of factors.

Hawaii National Guard Called Out To Help With Coronavirus Response Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii National Guard Called Out To Help With Coronavirus Response

The number of guard members on active duty has been doubled and will help at the airport as well as assist law enforcement, officials said.

Gov. Ige: Banning Air Travel To Hawaii Is ‘Impossible To Enforce’ Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Gov. Ige: Banning Air Travel To Hawaii Is ‘Impossible To Enforce’

Three of Hawaii’s county mayors have asked Trump to implement a ban on air travel to the islands.

Honolulu To Get $91 Million For Transit During Coronavirus Outbreak Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Honolulu To Get $91 Million For Transit During Coronavirus Outbreak

It’s not clear yet precisely how the city will spend those federal dollars. Officials say they’re still incurring costs, so it’s still too early to know.

Third Person Dies of COVID-19 In Hawaii Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Third Person Dies of COVID-19 In Hawaii

By Friday, Hawaii had documented 319 cases of the coronavirus.

Hawaii AG: No Papers Needed To Drive Under Stay-At-Home Order Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii AG: No Papers Needed To Drive Under Stay-At-Home Order

The attorney general’s office says a statewide policy requiring workers to show documents proving they can drive for work is not necessary.

Coronavirus in Hawaii