Governor Ige has extended the COVID-19 emergency period to the end of October.
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Gov. David Ige officially extended the state’s COVID-19 emergency period through the end of October, while codifying loosened travel restrictions that will go into effect Oct. 15.
The state Department of Health reported 168 new COVID-19 cases today, with 154 cases on Oahu, 13 on Hawaii Island and one in Maui County.
Hilo Medical Center is reporting today another coronavirus-related death related to a cluster at Yukio Okutsu State Veterans Home, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense.
The state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations announced Tuesday the staggered distribution of funds to claimants of current unemployment insurance programs including the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program.
The Leeward Planning Commission on Monday deferred decision on an after-the-fact permit for a wedding venue in the coffee-growing region of Holualoa.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the county Department of Water Supply will continue offering in-person services by appointment only through Oct. 30.
The state Department of Health reported 63 new COVID-19 cases today, with 55 on Oahu and eight on Hawaii Island.
Hilo Medical Center reports an additional coronavirus-related death associated with the outbreak at Yukio Okutsu State Veterans Home, Hawaii County Civil Defense said this morning.