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‘We are flattening the curve,’ Gov. David Ige says during coronavirus update

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                                Gov. David Ige wears a mask prior to a news conference today about the state’s response to COVID-19 at the state Capitol.

    CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Gov. David Ige wears a mask prior to a news conference today about the state’s response to COVID-19 at the state Capitol.

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Gov. David Ige said the state is flattening the curve of the spread of coronavirus in Hawaii.

“The numbers look promising,” he said at a news conference today.

Also at the news conference, Lt. Gov. Josh Green warned the public to continue practicing social distancing.

“Do not let this get away from us,” he said. “Do not let your guard down.”

State Health Director Bruce Anderson and Hilton Raethel, president and CEO of Healthcare Association of Hawaii, also spoke at the news conference.

Watch the news conference below:

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