Economic Impacts

  Japanese travel agency extends tour cancellations to Hawaii until Aug. 31

  As economic crisis deepens, Hawaii Foodbank vows to support families still struggling

  Surge in COVID-19 cases across US raises questions about Hawaii’s plan to reopen tourism

Federal loans helped keep thousands of Hawaii businesses afloat during pandemic

  Honolulu mayor: ‘I am concerned’ about reopening tourism on Aug. 1

Gov. Ige: Hawaii faces more public worker cuts without aid

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Judge rules Hawaii’s quarantine is reasonable during pandemic

  Games, scrimmages for most outdoor team sports allowed to resume on Oahu

  One after another after another, small businesses in Hawaii call it quits

  Efforts to combat unemployment fraud create new headaches for filers

  Bankruptcy filings soar in Hawaii as economic fallout of pandemic widens

Survey: 45% of Hawaii households have seen their incomes decline during the pandemic

Hawaii legislators reject draft proposal to aid cargo firm

Hawaii legislators have opted not to approve a proposal to give an ocean cargo company $30 million in federal coronavirus relief funding to avoid a shutdown of its service.

  Some 11,000 people in Hawaii still haven’t gotten unemployment payments

Many laid-off Hawaii workers are growing desperate as they wait for their unemployment benefits.

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Atlanta mayor to defy governor, require masks in city

COVID-19 surge on the mainland leads to shortage of testing supplies in Hawaii

As mainland cases surge, City Council asks state to ‘consider’ delaying changes to travel restrictions

Realtors survey finds alarming number of Oahu tenants unable to pay their rent in June

  Trump to America’s schools: Reopen or may lose federal funds

  US virus cases top 3 million, Americans face frustrating test delays

Hawaii reports 23 new COVID-19 cases, pushing statewide total to 1,094

AP Source: Ivy League calls off fall sports due to outbreak

Health official: Trump rally ‘likely’ source of virus surge

US consumers reduced their borrowing by $18.3 billion in May