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Hawaii reports 431 COVID cases

HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) reports 431 new coronavirus cases on Monday, Sept. 20. There are 290 coronavirus cases on Oahu, 59 on the Big Island, 32 on Kauai, 38 on Maui, and 12 diagnosed out of state. Find more COVID-19 news: cases, vaccinations on our...
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Hawaii reports 474 COVID cases, 12 new deaths

HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) reports 474 new coronavirus cases, and 12 new deaths on Sunday, Sept. 19. There are 297 coronavirus cases on Oahu, 77 on the Big Island, 45 on Kauai, 36 on Maui, six on Molokai, and 13 diagnosed out of state. That...
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Hawaii Airport Workers Given Extra Time for Vaccine Mandate

HONOLULU (AP) — Airline workers and Transportation Security Administration staff have been granted a grace period to comply with a Hawaii order that requires people going to state facilities like airports to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test. The grace period is for thousands of airport and...
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Popular Hawaii Attraction Closing, The Consequences Of Catching COVID While Overseas, Ridiculous Suit Against American Airlines, & More

Happy Sunday to all our travel friends, both near and far. Here are some articles we’ve read from other bloggers (and other sources) that we think you may like, so we’re passing them along. Once again, YouTube and Instagram adventurists have caused enough trouble to get the government involved. First,...
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Researchers predict downward trend for Hawaii COVID-19 cases

A forecast for Honolulu’s peak number of daily coronavirus cases has been revised downward due to recent data and a combination of other factors, including new restrictions and fewer travelers. The new model released Sunday by the Hawaii Pandemic Applied Modeling Work Group is based on the past 12 days...
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This is How Many COVID-19 Vaccines Hawaii Has Received So Far

It has now been 40 weeks since the first shipments of the COVID-19 vaccine were sent out to states, kicking off the largest vaccination campaign in human history. As of September 19, the U.S. has sent 466,561,785 doses of the vaccine across the country — equivalent to 142.1% of the U.S. population. While the initial […]
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Hawaii reports 569 COVID cases, 8 new deaths

HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) reports 569 new coronavirus case, and 8 new deaths on Saturday, Sept. 18. There are 367 coronavirus cases on Oahu, 79 on the Big Island, 46 on Kauai, two on Lanai, 50 on Maui, six on Molokai, and 19 diagnosed out of state.
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Antibody treatments lagging in Hawaii amid strong U.S. demand

Monoclonal antibody treatments for COVID-19 have shown to be lifesaving. But just as the state gears up to make the drugs more widely available, a national shortage is limiting the state’s supply and requiring health care providers to curtail who can receive it. The federal government has capped Hawaii’s weekly...
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Second pregnant Hawaii woman dies of COVID-19

HONOLULU (KHON2) — The COVID-19 virus claimed the lives of two pregnant women in Hawaii during the month of September. “We had our second maternal deaths from COVID recently, and these are moms who actually contracted the disease when they were pregnant, and then deliver their baby and subsequently pass away from COVID-19,” explained Dr. Stacy Tsai, chair of the Hawaii State Maternal Mortality Review Committee.
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Hawaii reports 431 new coronavirus cases, bringing statewide total to 75,911

Hawaii Department of Health officials reported 431 new confirmed and probable coronavirus infections today, bringing the state’s total since the start of the pandemic to 75,911 cases. No new virus-related fatalities were reported today so the statewide COVID-19 death toll remains 714. The state’s official coronavirus-related death toll includes 542...
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Hawaii sees few flu cases so far

Hawaii is heading into its second flu season since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. “In terms of flu cases, not much as changed since COVID started,” said Chad Shibuya, manager of Hilo Medical Center’s Infection Control Department. “We’ve continued to see very low numbers of flu, which is good. At the same time, we continue to see record numbers of COVID cases.”
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Hawaii reports 474 new COVID cases, 12 additional fatalities

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hawaii reported 474 new COVID infections on Sunday and 12 additional deaths. The death toll from the virus now stands at 714. So far this month, Hawaii has recorded 125 COVID-related deaths alone. Meanwhile, the total number of infections since the start of the pandemic has risen...
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Letters: Hawaiian Immersion, Homeless, Dr. Pang, Vaccines & COVID-19 Mandates

Keakaulike High School Not Supportive of Hawaiian Immersion Program. I have been teaching Advanced Placement Literature and Senior English at Kekaulike High School for 23 years. Since November of 2019 we have a new administration at the school who is not supportive of the Hawaiian Immersion program, Driver’s Education program or the Culinary Program. I have Kula Kaiapuni students in my English class who tell me they are being harassed by administration because they are choosing to eat their lunches outside of the Hawaiian Immersion classrooms because there is not room in the Cafeteria because of COVID-19 restrictions.
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Hawaii’s lieutenant governor Josh Green seeks U.S. surgeon general’s support in addressing pandemic

Lt. Gov. Josh Green texted the U.S. surgeon general over the weekend to encourage him to provide Hawaii and other states with more support to avoid rationing health care. Green also told Gov. David Ige and members of the COVID-19 leadership team that he doesn’t support Hawaii’s health care rationing plan, and that he hopes they will rescind it, Green told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Green said he does not support health care rationing for any state — a message that he plans to take national this week.
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