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Coronavirus in Hawaii

Lee Cataluna: How One Company Is Going The Extra Mile To Help Its Working Parents Courtesy Unlimited Construction

Lee Cataluna: How One Company Is Going The Extra Mile To Help Its Working Parents

Unlimited Construction has turned its Kauai workplace into a distance learning facility for employees’ kids.

What’s Happening On Maui? COVID-19 Surge Is Largely Blamed On Holiday Gatherings Nathan Eagle/Civil Beat

What’s Happening On Maui? COVID-19 Surge Is Largely Blamed On Holiday Gatherings

Officials point to holiday-related gatherings including an outbreak at a condo complex that was believed to have started with a choir practice.

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 10: 200 New COVID-19 Cases And 2 Deaths Cory Lum/Civil Beat

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 10: 200 New COVID-19 Cases And 2 Deaths

One of the deaths was on Oahu, the other was a Hawaii resident who died outside of the state.

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 8: 264 New COVID-19 Cases And 4 Deaths Cory Lum/Civil Beat

HAWAII VIRUS TRACKER — Jan. 8: 264 New COVID-19 Cases And 4 Deaths

Two cases were recorded on Molokai as surges on Maui and Oahu continue.

Hawaii National Guard Turns Plane Into ‘Mobile Vaccination Clinic’ 154th Wing Public Affairs

Hawaii National Guard Turns Plane Into ‘Mobile Vaccination Clinic’

Honolulu-based troops transported and administered vaccines to national guardsmen on neighbor islands as they continue pandemic response operations.

Coronavirus in Hawaii