Hawaii Governor David Ige Extends Air Incoming Passengers Quarantine For At Least A Month

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Hawaii Governor David Ige has held a Facebook meeting to overlook the state’s nearest future. He gathered all county mayors — Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell, Kauai Mayor Derek K.S. Kawakami, Maui Mayor Mike Victorino, and Hawaii island Mayor Harry Kim — for the first time since the lockdown

Since COVID-19 still manages to find new victims among the Hawaii residents, Ige declared that all incoming passengers will still be subjected to 14 days of quarantine for at least a month. He did not, however, specify an official final date for the ruling, which means it can last past June 30.

On May 28th the were three more coronavirus cases registered in Hawaii, which brought the total number to 647. All three were reported from Oahu, after a week with no newly-infected. Two of the new cases are reportedly the people who contracted the virus through community spread, but the situation with the third patient is not clear.


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