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Hawaiʻi’s recovery

Connecting Hawaiʻi residents and businesses to recovery resources and information

Current State of Hawaiʻi Impact Level*

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The “Act with Care” impact level anticipates some new COVID-19 cases, which are manageable, along with improved capacity utilization for testing, hospitals, and/or contact tracing. For more information, visit Reopening Status.

  • The City & County of Honolulu implemented Tier 2 of its reopening strategy beginning October 22, 2020. Visit for details.
  • The County of Maui implemented a mandatory “Stay at Home” order for the Island of Lāna‘i beginning October 27, 2020. Visit for details.

Latest Updates

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Hawaiʻi Expands Pre-Travel Testing Program to Japan

State announces 21 trusted testing partners in Japan HONOLULU – Gov. David Ige announced today that starting Friday, Nov. 6, ...
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Hawai‘i Activates Unemployment Insurance Extended Benefits

HONOLULU — The Hawaii State Department of Labor & Industrial Relations (DLIR) today announced that it would launch Federal-State Extended ...
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$25 million in Grants for Small Business to Help Adjust to Marketplace Changes

State of Hawaiʻi and Chamber of Commerce Hawaiʻi launch Business Pivot Grant program HONOLULU – The State of Hawai‘i, in partnership ...
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Double the Value of SNAP Benefits

HONOLULU – Gov. David Ige today announced the State of Hawai‘i will match a donation of half a million dollars ...
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Seafood Processing Facilities to add 150 Jobs

Two of NELHA’s Hawaiʻi Ocean Science and Technology(HOST) Parks are poised to add 150 jobs over the next several years ...

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