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The contract, as well as a job on Maui, was approved after Gov. David Ige suspended procurement rules.
Many DOE buildings are old and in need of repair. The current closures are a chance to make that happen.
New data on race shows that Native Hawaiians — previously lumped in with other Pacific Islanders — aren’t currently experiencing higher rates of COVID-19.
Wedding planners and other vendors say they need some sort of guidance from the state about when larger ceremonies can start up again.
There’s more to the story behind new federal data that reports Hawaii’s first COVID-19 death in a nursing facility.
It’s not clear whether the leave is voluntary, but agency officials say the labor director had been receiving death threats.
The temporary program mirrors a global trend to give people more street space so they can exercise at a safe distance.
Care facilities restrict visits from family members and friends because of COVID-19, leaving many elderly people feeling isolated.