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Coronavirus Outbreak Headlines


COVID-19 vaccines for Hawaii children under 5 roll out this week.

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Accessed on 22 June 2022, 0521 UTC.

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                                Sam Aiona, executive director of Palama Settlement.
 Sam Aiona: Palama Settlement reopens its campus as it celebrates 125 years of service to the Kalihi-Palama community

Palama Settlement is celebrating 125 years of service to the Kalihi- Palama community and beyond. We serve more than 1,000 people through a multitude of programs, which include sports/recreation, community services, senior enrichment programs, computer education and other programs aimed to empower those in our neighborhood who have the greatest needs. Read more

                                Honolulu mayor Rick Blangiardi speaks during a news conference on Monday, April 5, 2021, in Honolulu. Blangiardi and stakeholders including Catholic Charities Hawaii and the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement announced the start of the Rental and Utility Relief Program which will help thousands of Oʻahu households that have been financially impacted the most by the COVID-19 pandemic.
 Off the News: Last call for help with the rent

The end of the fiscal year is around the corner — June 30, less than two weeks away — a deadline for many things. Among the most important in these inflationary days is that that’ll be the last day to apply for the city’s Rental and Utility Relief Program, tapped out of the federal pandemic-relief funds. Read more

                                Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, director general of the World Trade Organization, speaks at a press conference after the closing of the 12th Ministerial Conference at the headquarters of WTO in Geneva, Switzerland.
WTO ministers reach deals on fisheries, food, COVID vaccines

World Trade Organization members have reached a string of deals and commitments aimed to limit overfishing, broaden production of COVID-19 vaccines in the developing world and reform a 27-year-old trade body that has been back on its heels in recent years. Read more


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