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VIDEO: 2 officials take your questions about new Safe Access Oahu program

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                                Greg Maples, chairman of Hawaii Restaurant Association, and Amy Asselbaye, director of Honolulu Office of Economic Revitalization.

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    Greg Maples, chairman of Hawaii Restaurant Association, and Amy Asselbaye, director of Honolulu Office of Economic Revitalization.

Hawaii Restaurant Association Chairman Greg Maples and Honolulu Office of Economic Revitalization Director Amy Asselbaye joined us today to discuss the new Safe Access Oahu program aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus.

Under the program, people on Oahu will need to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within the past 48 hours to enter restaurants, bars, indoor gym facilities, entertainment and recreational settings beginning Sept. 13.⁠

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