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.
When it comes to public bathrooms, Honolulu is doing the opposite of what the CDC advises.
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.
One prosecutor — Justin Kollar of Kauai — has signed on to a national initiative to release some low level offenders not considered a threat to the community.
Political campaigning in the face of the coronavirus will be a whole different thing.
UPDATED: Maui is taking similar steps and Gov. David Ige says some sort of statewide action is in the works as state lawmakers put pressure on the administration to do more.
The airline, which is Hawaii’s largest private employer, faces uncertainty amidst the COVID-19 crisis.