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Coronavirus in Hawaii

Danny De Gracia: Coronavirus Could Be Hawaii’s Final Straw Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Danny De Gracia: Coronavirus Could Be Hawaii’s Final Straw

Our economy is on the verge of collapse and the virus is pushing us closer to the edge. Hawaii lawmakers need to put the brakes on big, ambitious spending proposals.

Hawaii Officials Confirm 2nd Virus Case Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Officials Confirm 2nd Virus Case

The man had returned from a trip to Washington state where he fell ill.

Cruise Ship Passenger Is Hawaii’s First Coronavirus Case Courtesy of Hawaii News Now

Cruise Ship Passenger Is Hawaii’s First Coronavirus Case

State officials said the Hawaii resident fell ill while in the islands and is “now doing fine” at home.

Coronavirus Is Causing A New Set Of Problems For Honolulu Rail Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Coronavirus Is Causing A New Set Of Problems For Honolulu Rail

The outbreak has created trouble for Hitachi’s supply chain. It’s not clear yet what that means for rail’s interim opening planned later this year.

Why Health Officials Are More Worried About Coronavirus Than The Flu Courtesy: Kaiser Permanente

Why Health Officials Are More Worried About Coronavirus Than The Flu

An epidemiologist answers some critical questions about the spread of the virus and potential responses.

Hawaii Preparing For Possible Economic Effects Of Coronavirus Kuʻu Kauanoe/Civil Beat

Hawaii Preparing For Possible Economic Effects Of Coronavirus

Lawmakers want to work with state officials to make sure Hawaii can weather potential impacts from the virus.

Ige Makes Green Coronavirus Healthcare Liaison Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Ige Makes Green Coronavirus Healthcare Liaison

The lieutenant governor, a medical doctor, is “uniquely positioned” for the job, says the governor.

Hawaii Officials Set Testing Procedures For Coronavirus Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Officials Set Testing Procedures For Coronavirus

Tests so far are coming back negative. But officials expect the number of people being checked out will grow.

Pacific Arts Festival Postponed Over Coronavirus Concerns

Pacific Arts Festival Postponed Over Coronavirus Concerns

Festival of the Pacific Arts & Culture was planned for June but event organizers are putting it off as concern about COVID-19 grows.

Coronavirus in Hawaii