Hawaii State Public Library System to require vaccination or negative COVID-19 test for all visitors.
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Hawaii State Public Library system to require vaccinations or negative COVID-19 test result for all visitors
Visitors 5 years old and older must also wear a face mask covering their nose, mouth and chin at all times while in a library. Read more
Hawaii Department of Health announces federal teams will assist with COVID-19 antibody treaments statewide
The Hawaii Department of Health today announced that a federal team of 30 clinicians is arriving in the state later this month to help administer monoclonal antibody therapy to COVID-19 patients. Read more
The Wilcox Medical Center in Lihue will offer drive-up COVID-19 testing on Saturdays for Kauai residents, starting this weekend. Read more
Hawaii used a balanced attack to beat visiting USC in a women’s volleyball match tonight at SimpliFi Arena at the Stan Sheriff Center. Read more
American Savings Bank, Hawaii Pacific Health and community organizations have partnered to encourage vulnerable communities in Oahu to get vaccinated. Read more
A 21-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of auto theft this morning after allegedly stealing a vehicle and later colliding with a truck in downtown Honolulu. Read more
The new federal vaccine requirement announced by President Joe Biden has created another worry for large businesses: With help wanted signs up almost everywhere, some could lose valuable employees or won’t be able to find new ones. Read more
Joe Biden will hold the rank of commander in chief as he marks the anniversary of the nation’s worst terror attack. Read more
Twenty years after 9/11, Sekou Siby still feels the pangs of survivor’s guilt. A cook and dishwasher at the World Trade Center’s Windows on the World restaurant, Siby had swapped shifts that day with a co-worker who ended up dying in the terrorist attacks. Read more
Today’s new confirmed and probable infection count by island includes 456 new cases on Oahu, 100 on Maui, 140 on Hawaii island, 43 on Kauai, two on Molokai and six Hawaii residents diagnosed outside the state. Read more
One study tracked over 600,000 COVID-19 cases in 13 states from April through mid-July. Read more
Judge Jill Otake has said she was troubled by “egregious conditions” that led to virus outbreaks at five of the state’s eight prisons and jails. Read more
The Biden administration today provided the first public look inside a U.S. military base where Afghans airlifted out of Afghanistan are being screened, amid questions about how the government is caring for the refugees and vetting them. Read more
The opposition follows the new round of rules Biden outlined on Thursday. Read more
The day for day-and-date releases has passed — at least for the Walt Disney Co.’ upcoming releases. All its remaining films this year will open exclusively theatrically. Read more
Police said Shawn Lee Galigo of Puna is 5 feet, 7 inches, 160 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Read more
A Miami Beach apartment building owned by the mayor of the Florida town where a condominium had collapsed in June has given his tenants 45 days to vacate the building so extensive repairs can be completed. Read more
After weeks of smooching on yachts and holding hands on intimate walks, Jennifer Lopez and old flame turned new again Ben Affleck made it official on the red carpet for the premiere of Affleck’s “The Last Duel” at the Venice International Film Festival. Read more
Christie said the GOP must discredit extremists and conspiracy theories to offer credible alternatives to Democrats and win midterm elections in 2022 and the White House in 2024. Read more
A Wisconsin woman who admitted to helping stab a classmate to please online horror character Slender Man will be freed Monday from a mental health institution under strict conditions, a judge ruled. Read more
The Big 12 didn’t even wait for Oklahoma and Texas to leave before expanding and the league may not necessarily be done growing after adding BYU, UCF, Cincinnati and Houston. Read more