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Coronavirus Healthcare Crisis
Coronavirus Healthcare Crisis
The Miracle Man: Retired HFD captain battles COVID, and wins
72-year-old Jack Denis spent 88 days in the hospital.
Cluster of COVID-19 cases at state’s largest nursing home grows to 15 as testing continues
Maui hair, nail salons welcome back clients with new safety measures in place
City reopens online appointment system for driver license, state ID services
The system will allow appointments only for those whose licenses are expiring in June, including all those under a 90-day extension that was granted in March.
Published May 22, 2020 at 2:19 PM
City unveils plan to offer 100,000 coronavirus tests as state reopens
The news conference comes a day after the state outlined a four-phase plan for reopening the economy.
Published May 19, 2020 at 3:39 PM
Army of volunteers assembled to staff free health clinic for Hawaii’s newly uninsured
For the hundreds of thousands of people out of work in Hawaii, health insurance has also become a casualty to the COVID-19 crisis.
Published May 14, 2020 at 5:21 PM
State announces plan to bolster contact tracing efforts as economy reopens
"We do have a plan ... to be able to handle any surge that we see.”
Published May 14, 2020 at 7:07 AM
Schatz urges state to quickly bolster contact tracing with $50M in federal funding
“There’s simply not any time left, but there is plenty of money to get this done.”
Published May 13, 2020 at 11:46 AM
With ERs empty, doctors worry patients are putting off emergency care over COVID-19 fears
Patients worried about contracting COVID-19 could be putting themselves at serious risk, doctors say.
Published May 13, 2020 at 11:02 AM
Video Player: Coronavirus Healthcare Crisis
New data reveals close to 30 people currently hospitalized with COVID-19 statewide
As more parents return to the office, many find child care near impossible to find
Stroke survivor’s message: Don’t delay care because of COVID-19 fears
NY doctor from HI recovers from COVID-19 and shares mental health aspects of the disease
Call the midwives: Amid pandemic, more pregnant women consider home delivery
Cluster of cases also continues to taint the Valley Isle's largest hospital...
1 new COVID-19 case reported as Hawaii takes slow steps to reopen economy
It’s an encouraging development that comes as more businesses across the state begin to reopen.
Published May 12, 2020 at 1:13 PM
To help newly-unemployed who lost health insurance, Green proposes pop-up clinic
Green estimates there are at least 50,000 people who are in limbo — out of work and with no health insurance.
Published May 1, 2020 at 8:39 PM
After 3 weeks in the hospital battling COVID-19, a Makiki senior says it’s ‘nice to be home’
Doctors gave her a grim 10 percent chance of survival.
Published April 30, 2020 at 1:35 PM
Hawaii blood bank launches effort to collect plasma for experimental COVID-19 treatment
"This a historic moment for the state."
Published April 29, 2020 at 8:44 PM
With few new COVID-19 cases on Oahu, Caldwell says it’s time to reopen some businesses
But he has to get the governor's approval to do it.
Published April 29, 2020 at 9:31 AM
From TROs to plea hearings, Hawaii courts are still offerings key services
A number of different types of cases are being taken up by the courts.
Published April 28, 2020 at 2:58 PM
‘I beat the odds’: Hawaii man thrilled to be home after long COVID-19 hospitalization
Edward Nakamura spent 16 days in the hospital, including eight days sedated and on a ventilator.
Health care worker who saw patients at Maui Memorial tests positive for COVID-19
Officials did not say what kind of provider the health care worker is, but said the person had been in self-quarantine since last week after experiencing symptoms.
Published April 27, 2020 at 4:13 PM
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Zippy’s begins to resume dine-in service as company struggles with revenue loss
Zippy’s has started to resume its dine-in service, beginning with the Makiki location on Monday.
Published 18m at 5:53 PM
Survey: 8 in 10 residents say they aren’t ready to welcome tourists back
The poll from the University of Hawaii Public Policy Center asked 600 residents for their thoughts on the state’s response to coronavirus.
Published 26m at 5:46 PM
Close to 30 people are currently hospitalized with COVID-19 statewide
Sources say the majority of Hawaii’s COVID-19 patients are being treated at The Queen’s Medical Center.
Published 28m at 5:43 PM
State, teachers union come to agreement on what social distancing will mean at public schools
The Hawaii State Teachers Association said 6 feet was the best practice ― and should be the only practice.
Published 50m at 5:21 PM
DOH: Clusters at Hawaiian Airlines, local gyms involve same patient
At least 44 cases of coronavirus that have been confirmed in Hawaii over the last several weeks can potentially be traced back to a single individual, the state health director said Monday.
Published 56m at 5:15 PM
Waikiki’s Halekulani Hotel announces closure until mid-2021
Management at Waikiki’s famed Halekulani Hotel informed employees on Monday that the property was closing until July 2021 for a series of renovations it says it can no longer wait to complete.
Published 57m at 5:14 PM
Oahu photographer looks to the past to capture stunning portraits for today
The images are called ambrotype. His pictures come out looking old-fashioned.
Published 1h at 5:09 PM
Ige delays plan to reopen tourism until Sept. 1 amid COVID-19 surge on the mainland
“This was not an easy decision to make. It really was a choice between two difficult options."
Published 1h at 5:06 PM
State hammers out quarantine modifications for university students
UH President David Lassner said the plans are to be finalized in the coming days.
Published 1h at 4:41 PM
US grapples with pandemic as WHO warns ‘no return to normal’
Tensions mounted over how the United States is grappling with a resurgent coronavirus outbreak Monday, as global health officials warned that the pandemic will only intensify worldwide unless officials adopt comprehensive strategies to combat it.
TAMARA LUSH and PABLO GORONDI
Published 1h at 4:30 PM