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Coronavirus in Hawaii

First Coronavirus Case Reported In Hawaii Not Linked To Out-Of-State Travel John Johnson/One Breath Photo

First Coronavirus Case Reported In Hawaii Not Linked To Out-Of-State Travel

A doctor reported that an Oahu woman working at Kualoha Ranch tested positive for COVID-19. Twenty-five people in contact with her have been tested.

Oahu Has A New Confirmed Coronavirus Case CDC

Oahu Has A New Confirmed Coronavirus Case

City officials announced the positive result Saturday evening.

Hawaii Now Has Six Cases Of Coronavirus Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Now Has Six Cases Of Coronavirus

UPDATED. Positive results came back late Saturday for a Maui visitor and a third person on Oahu.

Honolulu Cancels Meetings And Travel, Considers Disaster Funding Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Honolulu Cancels Meetings And Travel, Considers Disaster Funding

The mayor wants the power to tap into rainy day funds to respond to the coronavirus.

Honolulu: Virus Outbreak Is No Excuse To Not Pay Your Property Tax Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Honolulu: Virus Outbreak Is No Excuse To Not Pay Your Property Tax

Property owners who don’t pay could lose their homes to foreclosure, the city’s budget director says.

Keeping Hawaii’s Homeless Safe From Coronavirus Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Keeping Hawaii’s Homeless Safe From Coronavirus

Without housing to self-quarantine in, the homeless population is at greater risk of contracting COVID-19 and dying from it.

Can Hawaii’s Construction Industry Make Up For Slumping Tourism? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Can Hawaii’s Construction Industry Make Up For Slumping Tourism?

A task force on COVID-19 floated ideas to boost the state economy through an outbreak.

Coronavirus Q&A: Are We Banning Cruise Ships? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Coronavirus Q&A: Are We Banning Cruise Ships?

A Canadian doctor who traveled to Hawaii is infected, and school trips have been canceled. Meanwhile, readers are wondering why cruise ships are docking in Hawaii waters and how long the coronavirus can last on surfaces.

Coronavirus in Hawaii