Hawaii tourism workers worry over extended quarantine: “We’re not sure where to go from here”

Just when Hawaii was getting ready for the reopening of its tourism industry on August 1, Governor David Ige postponed it for another month. The state reported 55 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, the highest number of new cases in one day since the virus hit the islands in March. To make matters worse, the state is bracing for a major category 3 hurricane this weekend.

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  • Mario
    24 July 2020 at 7:42 pm - Reply

    HAWAII Government is snti-business, how will the restaurants, stores, Hotels survive? Hawaii is a single party system only Democrat Party, nobody will oppossed the decision of the Democrat Government.No classes,no classroom. Voting places are the classrooms which is NOT ready, therefore resort to MAIL IN Ballots.