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Another two deaths were also reported, both on O‘ahu.
The broad-based COVID-19 testing at the neighbor island jails has begun, starting with Kaua‘i Community Correctional Center and its staff
The Hawai‘i Department of Health reported 90 new cases of coronavirus Friday.
A water service shutdown is scheduled this week on a portion of Hanapepe Road between Ko Road and Hana Road, and also includes approximately four customers on Kona Road in Hanapepe.
UH will disseminate COVID-19 educational curriculum to community schools to empower students and families to implement preventative practices, encourage testing, and help reduce infections.
The telephone forum will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 10 a.m.
The request for legislative proposals went public in July.
A total of 10,155 individuals have been released from isolation and are considered recovered.
Mass inmate testing results for three Hawai‘i prisons are negative for COVID-19, officials announced Saturday.
The Hawai‘i Department of Health reported 127 new cases of coronavirus on Friday, pushing the statewide total to 11,018 since the pandemic began.
Hawai‘i Department of Transportation announced road and lane closures for Sept. 26 to Oct. 2.
The access gate to Queen’s Bath in Princeville will be closed through March 2021 in the interest of public safety.
Hanapēpē Road near the intersection of Kona Road and Hanapēpē Road will be closed for waterline work next week.
All three fatalities were reported on O‘ahu.
Another COVID-19 case was identified on Kaua‘i for the second day in a row, bringing the active number of cases to two and the cumulative total of infections to 59.
The majority — more than 85% — of the positions are for medical-surgical nurses, critical care nurses, and telemetry nurses.
Hawai‘i Department of Transportation announced weekend lane closures fo Sept. 25-27.
The Water Quality Advisory for Kalapaki Beach Park has been canceled.
One new positive COVID-19 case has been identified on Kaua‘i after several weeks of no new or active infections, bringing the overall total of cases to 58.
The Kaua‘i Police Department (KPD) is asking for the public’s help in identifying remains that were found along the mountain trail behind Kalepa Village Apartments off Hulei Road in Hanamāʽulu more than a year ago.
The total number of cases now identified in the state since the pandemic began is 11,779.
Roadwork in Kōloa is scheduled next month to conduct maintenance on roadways.
A Brown Water Advisory has been issued at Kalihiwai Bay Beach.
Kaua‘i police recognized Forensic Science Week by holding a small ceremony on Wednesday for the Kauaʽi Police Department’s criminologists.
A water quality advisory was issued at Kalapaki Beach Park after abnormal levels of bacteria were detected in the water during a routine beach monitoring.
The statewide total of cases now stands at 11,689 since the pandemic began.
A water service shutdown is scheduled for a portion of Hanapepe Road; between Ko Road and Hana Road, and includes approximately four customers on Kona Road in Hanapepe.
The program will pay $300 a week to all eligible claimants that have a weekly benefit amount of $100 or more in unemployment insurance benefits.
Four people were displaced after a structure fire Monday evening in Anahola.
The statewide total of cases reported since the pandemic began now stands at 11,522.