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VIDEO: Hawaii government leaders share coronavirus updates; Gov. David Ige says he and cabinet will take pay cut

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Gov. David Ige said he and his cabinet would take a “similar” pay cut to the 20% cut he proposed for teachers and other public employees.

Dept. of Health Director Dr. Bruce Anderson said the state is investigating a possible new cluster of coronavirus cases in Wahiawa.

State Joint Task Force Commander Brig. Gen. Moses Kaoiwi Jr. announced that Hawaii National Guard soldiers deployed statewide to aid in coronavirus relief efforts will increase to 1,200 from about 400.

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Gov. David Ige and state officials are holding a press conference at 2:30 p.m. today to discuss the latest updates on the coronavirus outbreak in Hawaii.

Scheduled speakers include Ige, State Joint Task Force Commander Brig. Gen. Moses Kaoiwi Jr., Dept. of Health Director Dr. Bruce Anderson and Dept. of Labor & Industrial Relations Director Scott Murakami.

Watch the livestream above.

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Editor’s Note: This story is developing and will be updated as soon as more information becomes available.

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