Hawaii Lt. Governor Josh Green says it’s safe to travel interisland because of continued flattening of the COVID-19 curve.
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With the flattest COVID-19 curve in the nation, Lt. Gov. Josh Green said Wednesday that Hawaiʻi should have reopened interisland travel and limited business activity 10 days ago. Green monitors coronavirus numbers across the country and said, “I’m extremely pleased. The curve is the flattest in America, definitely. We’re ready. We’re ready to open the state for interisland. It is safe to travel interisland.” Honolulu Star-Advertiser. KITV4.
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