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Coronavirus in Hawaii

Honolulu On Track To Spend All CARES Act Funds, City Says Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Honolulu On Track To Spend All CARES Act Funds, City Says

Households experiencing a pandemic-related hardship can still apply for relief funds up to $2,500 a month.

VIRUS TRACKER — Nov. 6: 122 New COVID-19 Cases In Hawaii Cory Lum/Civil Beat

VIRUS TRACKER — Nov. 6: 122 New COVID-19 Cases In Hawaii

The state has seen more than a hundred new daily cases for three consecutive days.

Can Hawaii Bring Students Back To The Classroom Safely Yet? Courtesy: Punahou School

Can Hawaii Bring Students Back To The Classroom Safely Yet?

Evolving COVID-19 guidelines and a patchwork plan among public and private schools leaves the state without a cohesive strategy.

Suicides In Hawaii Appear To Be Decreasing — Despite Pandemic Getty Images

Suicides In Hawaii Appear To Be Decreasing — Despite Pandemic

Experts say the preliminary data is an encouraging indicator that people are paying closer attention to their mental health and getting help.

VIRUS TRACKER — Nov. 4: 156 New COVID-19 Cases In Hawaii Cory Lum/Civil Beat

VIRUS TRACKER — Nov. 4: 156 New COVID-19 Cases In Hawaii

More than 100 cases were recorded on Oahu, which increased its average daily case count — a key metric for reopening.

Hawaii Health Department Still Won’t Share Info On COVID-19 Clusters Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Health Department Still Won’t Share Info On COVID-19 Clusters

The public has been given scant details about how and where people are being infected with the coronavirus.

Post-Travel Screening Indicates Pre-Travel Testing Is Working Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Post-Travel Screening Indicates Pre-Travel Testing Is Working

The rate of cases slipping through the cracks of Hawaii’s pre-travel testing program is lower than the state’s base rate of COVID-19 cases.

Coronavirus in Hawaii