Japan’s pandemic deaths slow, but future remains uncertain.
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TOKYO — Japan has kept its deaths from the new coronavirus low despite a series of missteps that beg the question of whether it can prevent future waves of infections.
Health officials Thursday afternoon issued a second high bacteria count advisory for waters in Kailua Bay.
HONOLULU — The head of Hawaii’s tourism agency announced he plans to retire as the industry continues to experience the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic that has significantly reduced travel to the state.
HONOLULU — Members of the U.S. military arriving in Hawaii will not be subjected to the state’s quarantine rule resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, but service members will follow a separate order restricting their movements.
For months, Hawaii residents have been eagerly awaiting the reopening of the kamaaina economy; with the mandatory 14-day quarantine for interisland travelers scheduled to be lifted on June 16, local businesses are preparing for a boost.
Health officials Wednesday afternoon issued a high bacteria count advisory for waters in Kailua Bay.
Big Island police on Wednesday identified the person killed in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday morning on Daniel K. Inouye Highway.
Hawaii County reported no new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, leaving the island’s total case count at 81.
HONOLULU — Coronavirus information from Hawaii health officials presents an incomplete story of the pandemic’s impact on racial and ethnic communities in the state, some critics said.
One person was killed in a two-vehicle crash involving a semitrailer Tuesday morning on Daniel K. Inouye Highway in Hilo.
Hundreds braved the brutal midday sun this week, holding signs, waving and chanting while drivers sounded their horns almost incessantly.