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Coronavirus in Hawaii

Ige, Green Smooth Over Differences On COVID-19 Response Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Ige, Green Smooth Over Differences On COVID-19 Response

Hawaii’s lieutenant governor said he and the governor talked about working more closely together on the coronavirus crisis.

Honolulu Said It Would Reopen Public Bathrooms. It Hasn’t Christina Jedra/Civil Beat

Honolulu Said It Would Reopen Public Bathrooms. It Hasn’t

The CDC says park bathrooms should be open 24 hours a day. Honolulu still isn’t following those guidelines.

DOE Will Increase Meals To Meet High Demand Cory Lum/Civil Beat

DOE Will Increase Meals To Meet High Demand

DOE officials acknowledge meal shortages at some sites. New sites will help alleviate that, they said.

Have An Expired Vehicle Safety Check? It’s Now Valid Through May Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Have An Expired Vehicle Safety Check? It’s Now Valid Through May

With roads clear of heavy traffic, many contraflow lanes on Oahu will be suspended during the COVID-19 crisis, too.

Hawaii’s Blood Banks Need Your Help To Avert ‘A State Crisis’ Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat

Hawaii’s Blood Banks Need Your Help To Avert ‘A State Crisis’

Supplies are dropping and hospitals are conserving blood as much as possible. But health officials say it’s still safe to give blood.

The Hawaii Chamber Of Commerce Asks Ige For General Excise Tax Break Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Hawaii Chamber Of Commerce Asks Ige For General Excise Tax Break

The organization says businesses hurt by COVID-19 need support.

Restaurants Can Apply To Use Curbside Parking For Food Pickup Courtney Teague/Civil Beat

Restaurants Can Apply To Use Curbside Parking For Food Pickup

Food trucks can also apply to use the city’s metered stalls for free as the COVID-19 crisis takes its toll on local eateries.

Hawaii Reports 6 New COVID-19 Cases Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Reports 6 New COVID-19 Cases

Updated: Coronavirus cases continue to rise, now reaching a total of 95.

Report Of Hawaii’s First COVID-19 Death Was Inaccurate Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Report Of Hawaii’s First COVID-19 Death Was Inaccurate

The health department will re-test all samples for accuracy going forward.

A $2 Trillion Coronavirus Deal Will Pump Billions Into Hawaii Economy Nick Grube/Civil Beat

A $2 Trillion Coronavirus Deal Will Pump Billions Into Hawaii Economy

Expanded unemployment benefits, direct payments and business loans meant to incentivize companies to keep workers employed are all part of the largest stimulus in U.S. history.

Coronavirus Could Send The Cost Of Your Prescription Drug Soaring Flicker.com

Coronavirus Could Send The Cost Of Your Prescription Drug Soaring

Some drugs that have been touted — but not tested — for their potential to help COVID-19 patients are becoming more expensive.

Coronavirus in Hawaii