Residents of American Samoa and the Republic of the Marshall Islands stranded by the pandemic can go home on Monday.
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More than 1,000 residents of American Samoa and the Republic of the Marshall Islands who have been stranded in Hawaii for up to a year because of COVID-19 are expected to start returning home Monday after quarantining here and satisfying testing requirements.