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Possible First Case Of Monkeypox In Hawaii Is Being Investigated

A possible new case of monkeypox has been reported in the Tripler Army Medical Center, a well-known medical facility in Honolulu. Experts are investigating the possibility of the virus outbreak, as the first reported case makes its way to the shores of the pacific island. The patient is a resident of Oahu who recently traveled …

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Hawaii Amongst Most Expensive States For Gas As Prices Hit Record High

Gas prices have hit record prices at the islands in the wake of post pandemic travel. Honolulu, the Aloha state’s capital, averaged the price for regular lead free gasoline at $5.34 on Thursday indicating a new record was set 18 cents more than the last record earlier this May.  Lihue–situated on the Kauai county recorded …

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Legionnaires Disease Outbreak Confirmed At Hawaii Resort

Hawaii’s DOH (Department Of Health) confirmed the 5th case of Legionnaires disease in a tourist staying at the Grand Islander by Hilton Grand Vacations in Waikiki.  It is the 5th reported case in the same hotel, Grand Islander. The DOH and the hotel management are investigating to check for any possible disease focus in the …

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Hawaii Tourism Authority Launches Videos With Important Info Visitors Need To Know

The Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority (HTA) and Hawaiʻi Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB) are sealing a partnership to produce short videos to warn tourists about how things happen on the islands in the most various topics. These short videos have a weighty intention of informing visitors about ocean safety, culture, ocean conservation, land safety, astute renting, …

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Tourism In Hawaii Is Back To Pre-Pandemic Levels For American Tourists

Tourist arrivals in Hawaii reached a 96.3 percent recovery rate in April 2022 compared to April 2019, meaning that virtually, the numbers are back to pre-pandemic levels. The statistics are looking good for the tourism industry in Hawaii, as restrictions have been lifted, and things are finally getting back to the normal hecticness of daily …

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Honolulu To Build City Trail With Virtual Reality For Tourists

As the ongoing pandemic is waning and the tourism industry which was put on hold for the past two years is starting to make a strong recovery all across the country.  To fully leverage this, the Hawaii tourism authority is planning to spend $14 millions making a trail that would make use of virtual reality …

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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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2 Injured Swimmers Rescued After Large Wave Knocks Them Off Cliff In Oahu

The EMS, which was recently recognized by Hawaii Department of Health for rising to the challenge in Hawaii, is often overbooked. As a visitor, please follow their risk guidelines and do not jeopardize your safety by getting into perilous situations as the EMS resources are often stretched and could be utilized for something better.  The …

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Earthquake Hits Hawaii’s Big Island But No Tsunami Alert Issued

This Saturday, around 11:30 pm, Hawaii’s Big Island just felt a 4.7 scale earthquake very close to the city of Kailua-Kona. The epicenter was just underneath the Hualalai volcano, but according to reports, it shook all islands, although not that intense further away.  The Richter scale is used universally and measures the intensity of an …

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More Than 300 People Rescued By Lifeguards In Hawaii After Sudden Strong Rip Current

Recently, a high surf advisory has been issued on the islands, along with storms and snow on Mauna Kea. As a result, the sea got hectic, and the waves got more prominent, resulting in a very chaotic scenario for swimming. Nevertheless, some 300 beach goers went to the sea anyway and got swept away by …

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