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State Health Department director says Hawaii COVID cases still on an ‘upswing’

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                                Project Vision Hawaii medical assistant Angelica Bagaoisan, right, performed a COVID-19 antigen test Thursday on Salt Lake resident Charles Wahinehookai during a vaccination and testing clinic at Palama Settlement.

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    Project Vision Hawaii medical assistant Angelica Bagaoisan, right, performed a COVID-19 antigen test Thursday on Salt Lake resident Charles Wahinehookai during a vaccination and testing clinic at Palama Settlement.

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                                Angelica Bagaoisan secured a COVID-19 antigen test sample Thursday during a vaccination and testing clinic put on at Palama Settlement by Honolulu Community Action Program, Project Vision Hawaii and Kaiser Permanente.

    JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Angelica Bagaoisan secured a COVID-19 antigen test sample Thursday during a vaccination and testing clinic put on at Palama Settlement by Honolulu Community Action Program, Project Vision Hawaii and Kaiser Permanente.

State Department of Health Director Dr. Eli­zabeth Char on Friday said it is far too soon to declare a plateau in the number of COVID-19 cases from the omicron surge in Hawaii. Read more

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