Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) joined the COVID-19 Care Conversation to take viewer questions about the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic. Speaking from her residence in Washington, D.C. the Senator expressed concern about what she called a lack of oversight of the trillions in federal aid that has already been committed. She says her office is working to help small businesses in Hawaii get the money they need to stay afloat, and encouraged her constituents to contact her office if they need help.
Residents who have questions or need assistance can contact Hirono’s State Office at 808-522-8970 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Neighbor Island residents can call toll-free at 844-478-3478.
Sen. Hirono says she would like to see more rapid testing available and says she is working to make sure all Hawaii residents have access to healthcare during this challenging time.
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Watch here and submit your questions through our Facebook page. Be sure to join us Wednesday when Hawaii DOE Superintendent Dr. Christina Kishimoto will be our guest.
Check back for the following upcoming guests:
Wednesday, April 15:
>> Hawaii State Department of Education Superintendent Christina Kishimoto
Thursday, April 16:
>> Hawaii Lt. Gov. Josh Green
Friday, April 17:
>> Marriage and family counselor Britt Young, a therapist
Join COVID-19 Care Conversation, sponsored by Hawai’i Executive Collaborative, live every weekday at 10:30 a.m. on the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Facebook page. Yunji de Nies and Ryan Kalei Tsuji will discuss the latest news, resources and community concerns about the coronavirus outbreak in Hawaii.