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Governor Ige says changes coming as federal COVID-19 funds come to an end.

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Ige: Changes coming as COVID funding ends
Ige: Changes coming as COVID funding ends

Due to changes in federal funding, the state of Hawaii will alter its approach to testing, treatment and other COVID-19 mitigation strategies.


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