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Coronavirus in Hawaii

DOH Names Care Homes Affected by COVID-19 Cory Lum/Civil Beat

DOH Names Care Homes Affected by COVID-19

A new list doesn’t include case numbers and is not as comprehensive as advocates would like.

Hilo Veterans Home Deaths: War Veteran And Storyteller Melvin Tomita Was A Fighter To The End Courtesy Photo: Roxsanne Ruff-Tomita

Hilo Veterans Home Deaths: War Veteran And Storyteller Melvin Tomita Was A Fighter To The End

The retired Honolulu firefighter was one of 12 residents of the Yukio Okutsu State Veterans Home to die with COVID-19.

This Is How Honolulu Is Spending $387 Million In CARES Act Money Cory Lum/Civil Beat

This Is How Honolulu Is Spending $387 Million In CARES Act Money

The clock is ticking. The federal money has a “use it or lose it” provision.

Distance Learning Means ‘Musical Chairs’ For Windward Oahu Family Courtesy of Adrienne Robillard

Distance Learning Means ‘Musical Chairs’ For Windward Oahu Family

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced parents to figure out how to turn their homes into classrooms.

These Big Island Residents Are Trying To Keep Remote Beaches Safe And Sanitary Peter Serafin/Civil Beat

These Big Island Residents Are Trying To Keep Remote Beaches Safe And Sanitary

Illegal campers are flocking to beaches that have no county police to enforce shutdown orders.

Handi-Van Riders Forced To Verify Disability In Person Despite Pandemic Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Handi-Van Riders Forced To Verify Disability In Person Despite Pandemic

Similar services, such as the DMV, remain closed under the mayor’s latest emergency order.

Lt. Gov. Josh Green: ‘I Don’t Feel Differently At All’ Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Lt. Gov. Josh Green: ‘I Don’t Feel Differently At All’

The state’s vocal COVID-19 medical liaison was diagnosed with COVID-19 on Friday. He’s still doing his popular whiteboard video updates from his son’s bedroom.

Coronavirus in Hawaii