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Hawaiii Experts Are Predicting Recent Wave Of Covid To Peak This June

According to specialists, Hawaii may reach a peak of covid – 19 infections in June this year, following the current rise in the cases and the ongoing tourism boom.  Infections are rising in Hawaii, meaning that we might be on the blink of another new wave, mainly driven by reinfections. It appears not to be …

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Hawaii Will No Longer Consider Covid An Emergency Health Risk

Hawaii, the state which ranked first in health and last in economic well being during the pandemic is changing its response to COVID-19. Thanks to the advent of vaccination and other forms of treatments that make the disease a lot less potent than it was when it burst into the scene, the state officials now …

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Maui Plans To Limit The Number Of Visitors Due To Overtourism in Hawaii

Many locals and policy makers alike from Maui–the second largest Hawaiian island are concerned about the return of over-tourism and have decided to take actionable steps to tackle the problem. The Maui City Council voted as recently as last Friday (22/04) to send a proposed bill to the Maui County Planning Commission. Their solution is to …

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Masks No Longer Required At Hawaii’s Airports Or On Public Transportation

On another sign pointing that we may be truly coming towards the end of the pandemic, the mask mandate for public transportation and airports, some of the last indoor places to require masks in Hawaii has ended. The long running mandate saw its last days after a federal judge struck down a national mandate that …

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