HONOLULU (KHON2) — In an effort to help Oahu residents stay on track in the city’s four-tier recovery plan, Mayor Kirk Caldwell unveiled these signs that will display daily recovery metrics.
“So people as they drive about and live their lives on Oahu, they will be knowing, every minute, they look at the message boards, these digital boards, how we’re doing,” said Mayor Kirk Caldwell. “I think it’s going to help us be careful.”
Caldwell says as long as we remain at a metric 100 cases per day or less, with a positivity rate of 5% or less, we are doing well.
Oahu is scheduled to move to the second tier around Oct. 24 as long as the metrics remain within the designated threshold.
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