HONOLULU (KHON) — After another 11 cases of COVID-19 brought the state total to 541, Governor David Ige held a briefing to discuss the latest, including whether or not stimulus funds can be used to avoid a proposed 20% pay cut for state employees — including teachers.
Also speaking at the news conference:
- Lt. Governor Josh Green
- Matthew Koenig, MD, Medical Director, Telemedicine, The Queen’s Medical Center
- Judy Mohr Peterson, PhD, Med-QUEST Administrator and Hawaii State Medicaid Director, Hawaii Department of Human Services
- Jennifer Diesman, Senior Vice President, Hawaii Medical Service Association
- Sam Balukoff, Hospital Administrator, Kaiser Permanente
- Dr. Lee Buenconsejo-Lum, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine
Part one is in the video above, and the question-and-answer segment is in the video below.
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