Governor Ige and his staff get their first doses of COVID-19 vaccine.
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|Governor, cabinet members get their first dose of vaccine
Gov. David Ige, Hawai‘i’s first lady and 65 of their cabinet and staff members got their first COVID-19 vaccine yesterday. Hawaii News Now. KHON2. KITV4.
As of Monday, the state had administered 306,432 doses, up more than 19,000 from the previous day. Honolulu Star-Advertiser. KHON2.
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A third of military personnel are opting out of vaccinations
Hawai‘i hotel occupancy remained flat in January
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|Honolulu is expected to move to Tier 3 on Thursday
Distancing rules will still apply, but capacity limits for retailers and religious services will be lifted. Social gatherings can have 10 people, restaurants can allow 10 people per party, and gyms can increase capacity from 25% to 50%. Hawaii News Now.
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|Hamakua-Kohala Health purchases the Kohala Club Hotel
The former hotel will become the new permanent home of the Kohala Health and Wellness Center. Big Island Video News.
Nearly 2,000 vaccinated during weekend clinic
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|Large groups of unmasked tourists are stirring frustration and anger
With Maui now reporting more new COVID-19 infections than O‘ahu, some residents are getting increasingly upset at unmasked visitors on the island. Hawaii News Now. KHON2.
Landing fees waived for passenger flights to Molokaʻi and Lānaʻi
South Dakota visitor is arrested on Maui for breaking travel rules
Lānaʻi deer, sheep hunting applications accepted today
|Flood insurance rate changes go into effect Feb. 26
FEMA’s new flood insurance rate maps include changes to Moloa‘a Stream near Moloa‘a Bay, as well as reclassifying areas behind the Waimea and Hanapepe levees to special flood hazard areas. Garden Island.
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