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Coronavirus in Hawaii

Face Masks, Temperature Checks: The New Reality For Summer School Students Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Face Masks, Temperature Checks: The New Reality For Summer School Students

The Department of Education’s in-person, summer learning hubs offer a trial run for how many schools may operate when they reopen in the COVID-19 era.

What’s Behind The Recent Uptick of COVID-19 Cases In Hawaii? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

What’s Behind The Recent Uptick of COVID-19 Cases In Hawaii?

Family members in large households are the source of many new cases, but some officials think that big Memorial Day gatherings and recent protests will also drive the numbers up.

Hawaii Researchers Search For Clues To The Mysteries Of COVID-19 Hawaii Pacific Health

Hawaii Researchers Search For Clues To The Mysteries Of COVID-19

By looking closely at the antibodies developed by recovered coronavirus patients, University of Hawaii scientists hope to help find ways to halt the progression of the disease.

Elderly Care Nurse Among Latest COVID-19 Diagnoses Fotalia

Elderly Care Nurse Among Latest COVID-19 Diagnoses

The state health director said the risk posed to residents and other staff at the facility is “low.”

How This Hawaiian Homestead’s Swift Response To COVID-19 Paid Off Cory Lum/Civil Beat

How This Hawaiian Homestead’s Swift Response To COVID-19 Paid Off

When the virus spread, a nonprofit in Papakolea Hawaiian Homestead quickly shifted gears to ensuring  kupuna got food, supplies and necessary health care.

Ige: I Told Murakami To Take A Break Courtesy of Hawaii News Now

Ige: I Told Murakami To Take A Break

Scott Murakami, head of the state labor department, went on leave in early June after receiving death threats.

Gov. David Ige Extends Trans-Pacific Travel Quarantine To July 31 Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Gov. David Ige Extends Trans-Pacific Travel Quarantine To July 31

Interisland travel will be opened on June 16. Passengers will be subject to a temperature check and anyone with a fever over 100.4 degrees will not be allowed to board.

Teachers, Just Like Other Working Parents, Are In A Bind Over Lack Of Child Care Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Teachers, Just Like Other Working Parents, Are In A Bind Over Lack Of Child Care

Many child care centers have shuttered, delayed reopening or increased tuition due to the pandemic. That leaves many teachers who need to return to their classrooms with few options for their kids.

Experts: Test Passengers To Reopen Hawaii Tourism Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Experts: Test Passengers To Reopen Hawaii Tourism

People traveling to Hawaii could get a COVID-19 test before boarding the plane at a national pharmacy chain under a deal in the works with state officials.

Coronavirus in Hawaii