The popular visitor attraction was closed for nine months because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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During Diamond Head State Monument’s nine months of COVID-19 closure, the 761-foot-high summit was clear of the hikers who used to cluster there, taking in the panoramic vistas of East Oahu from Waikiki to Koko Head Crater to the green Koolau Range.
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