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Most Honolulu first responder COVID vaccine exemption requests cite religion

JAMM AQUINO / AUG. 17
                                Honolulu is the only government employer in Hawaii that does not allow weekly testing for workers who decline to be vaccinated for COVID-19. Above, nurse Donny Hamasaki loads syringes with Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccines during a vaccination clinic at the UH Manoa Campus Center.
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JAMM AQUINO / AUG. 17

Honolulu is the only government employer in Hawaii that does not allow weekly testing for workers who decline to be vaccinated for COVID-19. Above, nurse Donny Hamasaki loads syringes with Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccines during a vaccination clinic at the UH Manoa Campus Center.

JAMM AQUINO / AUG. 17
                                Kaiser Permanente RN Sean Masaki, right, administers a Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to a UH Manoa student during a vaccination clinic at the UH Manoa Campus Center in Honolulu.
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JAMM AQUINO / AUG. 17

Kaiser Permanente RN Sean Masaki, right, administers a Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to a UH Manoa student during a vaccination clinic at the UH Manoa Campus Center in Honolulu.

JAMM AQUINO / AUG. 17
                                Honolulu is the only government employer in Hawaii that does not allow weekly testing for workers who decline to be vaccinated for COVID-19. Above, nurse Donny Hamasaki loads syringes with Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccines during a vaccination clinic at the UH Manoa Campus Center.
JAMM AQUINO / AUG. 17
                                Kaiser Permanente RN Sean Masaki, right, administers a Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to a UH Manoa student during a vaccination clinic at the UH Manoa Campus Center in Honolulu.