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February 2022 CIP Funds

Posted on Apr 12, 2022 in Main

Public health professionals promote health and well-being, prevent disease and injury, promote healthy lifestyles, preserve a clean and healthy environment, and assure basic physical and mental healthcare.

Washington Place is best known as the home of Hawaiʻi’s beloved Queen Lili‘uokalani, who remained at the residence for 55 years. Washington Place served as the official residence of Hawaiʻi’s territorial and state governors until 2002 when it became a historic home. 2022 marks the 175th Anniversary of Washington Place.

Native Hawaiians, botanists, conservationists, and government agencies continue to work together to conserve and contribute to the sustainability of Hawai’i’s unique environment.  

Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication.

2022 Board of Education Appointees

Posted on Mar 30, 2022 in Main

After two years of anxiety, Hawai‘i is entering a new phase of the pandemic with some measure of hope. COVID-19 case counts and hospitalizations are down and vaccinations are up. The governor has lifted the statewide indoor mask requirement and ended the Safe Travels Hawai‘i requirements for domestic travelers. And just in time for April’s ...
Read More From the governor: Good news, caution and hope

The latest sign that Hawai‘i is “learning to live with COVID” came when Governor Ige lifted the statewide indoor mask requirement at 11:59 p.m. March 25 when the emergency proclamation expired. But he and DOH officials are encouraging everyone to remain cautious since “we’re not out of the woods yet.” The governor said: “Together, we ...
Read More Indoor mask requirement lifted . . . with health advice

In case you missed it, there’s good news in time for summer travel: As of March 26, passengers arriving in Hawaiʻi from domestic points of origin don’t have to show proof of a COVID-19 vaccination or a pre-travel negative test result. Incoming passengers also aren’t required to create a Safe Travels account or provide traveler ...
Read More Governor ends travel quarantine, Safe Travels Hawai‘i

What will the next phase of the pandemic look like for the state?  The answer depends on any new variants, but the good news is we know more about responding to COVID-19 than we did two years ago. In a March 7 legislative briefing, health director Dr. Libby Char and state epidemiologist Dr. Sarah Kemble ...
Read More DOH outlines plans as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves