HONOLULU (KHON2) — A legislative branch employee at Honolulu Hale has tested positive for COVID-19.
Officials say that it is an isolated case, and the worker is currently in isolation. The employee has not come into work for 6 days.
Honolulu City Council Chairman Ikaika Anderson arranged a test clinic on Aug. 8 for all employees as a precautionary measure.
Last week, Anderson issued a memo asking his colleagues and members of their staff to stop meeting with visitors in the council common areas.
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