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  Business Report: Head of Hawaiiana Management to retire

  Guy's breaking news: Jet skis scramble for safety

  Vet on the Set: How to safely secure your pet outdoors

  Dr. Frank shares his favorites from the Consumer Electronics Show

  Morning Beat: Budget will be top priority for legislative session

  Open House: 1 BD, 1 BA unit in Kakaako and starter home in Makiki

First up, Waihonua is in the heart of Kakaako and just a block away from Ala Moana Shopping Center. Enjoy the beautiful mountain and city views on the cool side of the building in this 1-bedroom, 1-bath unit complete with a parking stall and storage locker.

  Open House: Upgraded 2 BD, 2 BA unit in Waikiki and stunning home in Kalani Iki Estates

  Open House: Upgraded unit in Salt Lake and pet-friendly unit in Ala Moana

  Open House: Diamond Head home and move-in-ready home in Mililani

  Open House: 2 BD, 2 BA in Urban Honolulu and 2 BD, 1 BA in the Heart of Makiki

  Healthier Hawaii: Concerns grow over new COVID-19 variants

There are growing concerns over new variants of coronavirus, one found in the U.K. and another in South Africa.

  Healthier Hawaii: A mass vaccination effort is underway. Here’s what you need to know.

  Healthier Hawaii: What to know about the COVID-19 vaccine

  Healthier Hawaii: How to cope with the fear and anxiety of the pandemic

  Healthier Hawaii: Impact of COVID-19 on lung health

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Mōʻī

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Koko

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Mo'i

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: ‘Ohana

  Hawaiian Word: Kahawai

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Here’s how many COVID vaccines have been administered in Hawaii

Right now, those eligible for a vaccine include frontline health care workers, essential workers and residents 75 and older.