Economic Impacts

  New thermal cameras now helping scan passengers in Hawaii’s airports

  State sees soaring demand for food stamps, health insurance assistance

  Civil Beat-HNN poll: Most voters aren’t happy with state’s plans to reopen schools, tourism

  Months after losing their jobs, thousands still waiting for unemployment benefits

Renters being told to pay up or move out during pandemic could get legal aid

As the pandemic drags on, Maui County sets up a new virtual job fair website

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Citing family reasons, Hawaii’s Director of Human Services is stepping down

  Bar owners feel regulations they face are ‘overwhelming’ as closures begin

  Small businesses in Hawaii plead for government help to stay afloat

  Benefits for Hawaii’s unemployed cut by more than half after Congress fails to act

3-week bar shutdown on Oahu has some owners uncertain if they’ll reopen

Hawaiian Airlines prepares for layoffs, says it’s nowhere near declaring bankruptcy

  Mayor proposes 3-week shutdown of bars, limits on gatherings

“We are very concerned about the spike that we see."

After dismal earnings report, Hawaiian Airlines expected to move ahead with layoffs

Like many other companies, they’ve been hit hard by the economic downturn.

Top Coronavirus Stories From Hawaii News Now:

  US unemployment falls to 10.2% even as job growth slows

  Virus aid talks on brink of collapse, sides ‘very far apart’

Some Neighbor Island businesses say traveler quarantine is another blow to their bottom lines

The new inter-island quarantine rules, explained

  Do you have the right to know if a coworker tests positive for COVID-19?

  LIST: Here’s what the city and state are closing on Oahu to rein in the spread of COVID-19

  Oahu park users are disappointed (but not surprised) by shutdown

  Parks and beaches to close, partial inter-island quarantine reinstated amid COVID-19 surge

  Police chief says her officers will cite, arrest those who ignore emergency orders

Dire warnings by hospitals fueled decision to reinstate some COVID-19 orders