Hawaii’s pandemic crisis care plan raises ethical and legal concerns.
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|Hawai‘i’s pandemic crisis care plan raises legal and ethical concerns
Hawai‘i stood by its decision to use age as a tiebreaker if needed in treatment decisions, according to the latest version of its plan for allocating resources if the pandemic overwhelms the state’s health care system, despite criticism that the plan may discriminate against older patients. Civil Beat. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii Public Radio.
Gov. Ige’s request to halt nonessential travel impacts Hawai‘i hotel bookings, prices
Covid-19 screening ramps up in Hawai‘i’s public schools
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|Despite complaints and lawsuits, high-ranking ‘bully’ commander at HPD keeps getting promoted
A battle is brewing within the Honolulu Police Department as members of the rank-and-file push back against one of their leaders, Assistant Chief Stephen Gerona, accusing him of retaliation, sexual harassment and creating a hostile work environment. Hawaii News Now.
No violations found of Honolulu’s new vaccination, Covid-19 testing rules
Covid-19 sidelines 22 Honolulu Police Department officers
DOH issues Honolulu restaurant second red ‘closed’ placard; Failed to pay $3k fine
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The Great Resignation & Workplace Culture
Millions of employees have left their jobs at record-breaking levels, while other employees who remained with their companies reported a supportive workplace culture that inspired them to stay. How can you create a culture that slows down the Great Resignation?… read more.
|Still no whistle-blower hot-line: Four years later, audit recommendation yet to be implemented
The Human Resources Department has been scrutinizing interview packets before county departments vet candidates for employment, one of several practices instituted after a scathing 2017 audit found favoritism in county hiring. West Hawaii Today.
Covid cases trend downward, but Hilo Medical Center still over capacity
Decisions made on Puna roads, water service following 2018 Kīlauea eruption
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|Proof of Covid-19 vaccination required to enter Maui County restaurants, bars, gyms under new rules
Maui County’s new set of Safer Outside emergency rules in response to the Covid-19 surge went into effect at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday. Unlike O‘ahu’s Safe Access program, patrons at restaurants cannot use a negative Covid-19 test result to sit indoors. Star-Advertiser. Hawa
Conservation groups notify Maui resort of intent to sue for lights that harm endangered seabirds
|Council passes county’s own 3% TAT
A 3% transient accommodation tax levied by the county will soon be applied throughout the tourism industry. The council hopes that the tax will fill roughly $15 million per year the state previously gave the county in TAT revenues. Garden Island.
Island enters shearwater fallout season
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