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Tuesday scenes around Oahu during Hawaii stay-at-home mandate

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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Waikiki Beach was mostly deserted because of the COVID-19 pandemic as the beaches were closed. Water activities were allowed. Social distancing seemed to be observed even with surfers and swimmers. A family enters the water as police patrolled the beaches to warn people breaking the stay-at-home mandate.
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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

Garrison Ishikawa (top) and his brother, Greyson, paddled back after a surf session out at Ala Moana Bowls on Tuesday.
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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

Garrison Ishikawa (top) and his brother, Greyson, paddled back after a surf session out at Ala Moana Bowls on Tuesday.
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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Police patrolled the beaches to warn people if they were breaking the statewide stay-at-home mandate.
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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

Haru Tan entered the waters at Ala Moana Bowls on Tuesday for a session of surfing.
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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Waikiki Beach was mostly deserted because of the COVID-19 pandemic as the beaches were closed. Police patrolled the beaches to warn people breaking the stay-at-home mandate.
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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Waikiki Beach was mostly deserted because of the COVID-19 pandemic as the beaches were closed. Water activities were allowed. Social distancing seemed to be observed even with surfers and swimmers.
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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Waikiki Beach was mostly deserted because of the COVID-19 pandemic as the beaches were closed. Water activities were allowed. Social distancing seemed to be observed even with surfers and swimmers.Signs alerted beachgoers of closures as police patrolled the beaches to warn people breaking the stay-at-home mandate.
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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Police patrolled the beaches to warn people if they were breaking the statewide stay-at-home mandate. Two police officers asked an individual some questions as he was sitting on a bench near the Waikiki Police substation. Many people were wearing face masks because of coronavirus outbreak concerns.
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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Police patrolled the beaches to warn people if they were breaking the statewide stay-at-home mandate. Two officers rode four-wheel ATVs to patrol Waikiki Beach. Many people were wearing face masks due to coronavirus outbreak concerns.
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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Waikiki Beach was mostly deserted because of the COVID-19 pandemic as the beaches were closed. Water activities were allowed. Social distancing seemed to be observed even with surfers and swimmers.
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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

People waited for hours to get into Fabric Mart on Kalakaua Avenue to buy material to make their own fabric face masks. Stacie Tolliver and her daughter Zoe, 9, have been patiently waiting in line for over an hour to get into Fabric Mart until finally making it to the front of the line. The line snakes its way around to the back of the store and around the parking lot. Tolliver said she will start making masks to donate.
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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

People waited for hours to get into Fabric Mart on Kalakaua Avenue to buy material to make their own fabric face masks. The line snakes its way around to the back of the store and around the parking lot.
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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

People waited for hours to get into Fabric Mart on Kalakaua Avenue to buy material to make their own fabric face masks. Josh Akana-Kawamura and his wife Maya Akana-Kawamura have been patiently waiting in line on the side wall of Fabric Mart for over an hour with about ten people in front of them. Josh said he ordered a sewing machine online and should receive it today so they can start sewing masks after they buy the fabric. The people behind them are practicing social distancing.

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