Identifying a positive case of COVID-19 is just the start for the Hawaii State Department of Health, a group of scientists, nurses and volunteers are tracing and reaching people who were possibly exposed, but as the number of sick climbs, their job keeps getting harder.
DOH traces the steps of COVID-19
Thousands of dollars worth of masks, gloves stolen from home health care agency
State officials express cautious optimism, but we're not out of the woods
More than 1,400 flew interisland since 4/1 quarantine order
State safety-net benefits extended, no backlog of processing at DHS
Maui to step up enforcement
Economic experts say Hawaii needs to make drastic changes once the economy begins to recover
Mayor Caldwell takes questions about construction at Sherwood Forest.
April 6 COVID-19 briefing with Gov. Ige, DOH and other state officials