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|COVID-19 testing in Hawaiʻi comes under fire
The state confirmed its first case Friday and a second on Sunday, though doctors have been frustrated at the lack of widespread testing in the community and say the Health Department has denied testing for some patients who physicians suspect might have the disease. Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
House Speaker Scott Saiki appoints members of coronavirus committee
Grand Princess docks in Oakland with 4 isle residents to be quarantined
State tourism hit hard as virus reaches Hawaiʻi
State study finds minimum wage hikes have had little long-lasting effect on business
Lawmakers want to subsidize rate increases by interisland shipper Young Brothers
CEO of the Queen’s Health Systems Joins CHANGE Event on 3/12
Dr. Jill Hoggard Green has dedicated her life to improving patient care. Join her and our panelists for a discussion on preparing for COVID-19, tackling ethnic healthcare disparities and more at the CHANGE Event this Thursday. Register today!
|Honolulu’s acting city prosecutor wants the job permanently
Acting city Prosecutor Dwight Nadamoto announced Monday he will join the race to be Honolulu’s city prosecutor. Hawaii News Now. Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat.
In trial for control of her fortune, heiress Abigail Kawananakoa takes the stand
St. Patrick’s Day block party cancelled over virus concerns
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