Ige Announced Mandatory 14 day quarantine for interisland travelers Governor David Ige announced Monday that a new, mandatory 14-day quarantine for all interisland travelers will begin Wednesday, April 1, with only essential workers exempted. The interisland quarantine was established to supplement last week's 14-day quarantine imposed on all passengers arriving in Hawaii … [Read more...] about Governor Announces New 14-day Quarantine for Interisland Travelers
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Gov. David Ige Saturday announced a mandatory 14-day quarantine for visitors and residents flying to Hawaii, set to begin at 12:01am Thursday, March 26. Calling it “the first of its kind in the nation,” Ige said he hoped it would send “a message to visitors and residents alike that we appreciate their love for Hawaii, but we are asking them to postpone their … [Read more...] about COVID-19 News Conference: Ige orders a mandatory 14-day quarantine for ALL individuals arriving or returning to the State of Hawaiʻi.
On Tuesday, Governor David Ige announced his veto of HB1133, a bill that would have limited the amount of commercial use permits for the Molokini Shoal Marine Life Conservation District to 40 and limit access at any given time to no more than 50 percent of the permit holders. “This measure is unnecessary as DLNR already limits the number of Molokini Shoal MLCD commercial use … [Read more...] about Gov. Ige Vetoes Bill to Limit Commercial Permits for Molokini
Governor David Ige announced an innovative new program designed to make green energy installments more accessible and affordable for residents of the Aloha State. The Green Energy Money $aver (GEM$) on-bill program will help Hawai‘i take another significant step forward in meeting the state’s 100-percent renewable energy goal. The new program is designed to make it easier for … [Read more...] about New GEM$ Programs Takes Hawai‘i Closer to Green Energy Goals
Two major storms, a historic hotel-worker strike, floods, and active lava flows – through all that happened in Hawai‘i’s tempestuous 2018, one thing held fast: Hotels thrived. According to a hotel performance report released Friday by the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority, annual revenue for Hawai‘i’s hotels increased from 2017 to 2018 by 4.6 percent, to a total of $4.36 billion last … [Read more...] about Hawai‘i Hotel Revenue Climbs Despite Turbulent Year – Do We Get A Cut?