COVID-19 Town Hall Discussions

  Vaccinating Hawaii

As millions of people across the country wait for their turn to take the coronavirus vaccine, there are still lots of questions. We want to help answer them.

  Coronavirus Pandemic: Youth Sports Sidelined

A panel of experts debates whether they think youth sports should restart, whether it’s safe to do so, and what impact the current restrictions are having.

  Coronavirus Pandemic: The Tourism Test

Experts from the visitor industry and healthcare sector weigh in on what it'll take to keep people safe while jumpstarting the economy.

  Coronavirus Pandemic: Businesses on the Brink

As the coronavirus continues to crush the local economy, small business owners and operators talk about how they're adapting to the new normal.

  Coronavirus Pandemic: On The Frontline

A discussion with paramedics, firefighters and emergency room doctors to talk about the challenges, the danger, and the stresses they face.

  Back To School: Keiki Concerns

Our expert panel of health officials and local leaders answer questions from Hawaii's kids about how the coronavirus is impacting their return to school.

  Coronavirus Pandemic: Hawaii's Response (5/13/2020)

Mahealani Richardson talks with all four Hawaii mayors on how the individual counties are responding to their own unique challenges.

  Coronavirus Pandemic: Hawaii's Response (4/29/2020)

Business leaders from across the state discuss the economic impact that the outbreak has had — and will continue to have — on Hawaii.

  Coronavirus Pandemic: Hawaii's Response (4/22/2020)

Experts from the healthcare industry join Hawaii News Now for another town hall-style meeting on the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic.

  Coronavirus Pandemic: Hawaii's Response (4/14/2020)

There have been major new developments to navigate every day during the coronavirus pandemic which has crept into nearly every part of our daily lives.

  Coronavirus Pandemic: Hawaii's Response (3/26/2020)

A discussion with leaders from the political, economic and health sectors about how the state is responding to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Dave Chappelle tests positive for COVID-19; shows canceled

  State is hopeful Biden administration will dramatically ramp up vaccine distribution

  Biden’s new mask mandate and you

  Advocates worry seniors without computers may be left behind in vaccine distribution

  Governor: Public schools to face smaller budget cut than previously thought

Hawaii reports 3 additional COVID-19 fatalities, 119 new cases

  Can COVID-19 vaccines be mixed and matched?

The COVID-19 vaccines rolling out in the United States, the United Kingdom and other parts of the world so far require two shots given a few weeks apart.

  Hawaii businesses face huge unemployment insurance tax hikes

Hawaii businesses could see their unemployment insurance taxes triple in the spring.