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Lt. Gov. Josh Green and doctors call for more tests to stem a wave of patients while the state health department advocates conserving testing capacity.
The 72-year-old U.S. senator says she’s changed her own habits to protect herself and the community during the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite the continuing school closures, the DOE school system, on a whole, remains open and operational, said the superintendent.
Bathrooms at state parks and harbors, which homeless people rely on, are closed.
Updated: After recently naming him as the state’s liaison, Gov. David Ige has now essentially fired Green, a medical doctor, from participating in the coronavirus effort.
UPDATED: Passenger counts have plummeted as COVID-19 numbers climb. Some drivers remain wary of what lies ahead.
The famous surfer and swimmer had to scuttle his aviator dreams when he came down with it on a mainland tour.
Gov. David Ige issued a stay-at-home order for the entire state that will begin this week.
Update: On Monday, the state also reported Hawaii’s largest single-day jump in cases to date, with the state Department of Health reporting there are now 77 documented cases of COVID-19.