Coronavirus Pandemic

  Oahu’s vaccine eligibility expands this week, but the state isn’t getting more doses

“There is going to be a vaccine for everybody. It’s just going to take a little time.”

92 new COVID infections reported statewide, no new fatalities

  Georgia pauses Johnson & Johnson vaccine site after adverse reactions

Report: Hotel will house Olympic athletes with COVID-19

  Green hopes to roll out vaccine passport pilot for inter-island travel by May 1

Extended Coverage: Coronavirus Town Halls

  The New Normal - The Pandemic: A Year With Coronavirus

We discuss how the pandemic has changed Hawaii, how we’ve adapted, what changes will stay with us and how we can thrive despite the virus.

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  As vaccine supply exceeds demand, Maui health officials urge residents to get vaccinated

In newest emergency proclamation, Ige extends eviction moratorium through June

  Stalled at first jab: Vaccine shortages hit poor countries

  Vaccinations are moving at a fast clip, but herd immunity remains elusive goal

Hawaii reports 87 new COVID cases; number of vaccines administered tops 900,000

  Pfizer asks US to allow more kids to get vaccine

  CDC ties COVID clusters to youth sports

  Oahu’s wedding industry moves forward with cautious optimism after tier modifications

  No region in the world spared as virus cases, deaths surge