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                                Social distancing is key in preventing the spread of the coronavirus in Hawaii. The takeaway line for Butcher and Bird at Salt at Our Kakaako had varying degrees of social distancing at noon Tuesday. A Salt employee who had identified himself as Kawika Kawika put down blue tape markers 6 feet apart as a reminder to customers.
Hawaii COVID-19 cases rise, death reclassified

A Maui health care worker was among 14 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Hawaii on Tuesday, and the state’s largest health system called for community donations of masks and other protective gear designed to help safeguard those on the front lines of the crisis. Read more

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                                An artist’s rendering of the Thirty Meter Telescope against a backdrop of other Mauna Kea telescopes.
Claim that TMT needs performance bond alive on appeal

Foes of the stalled Thirty Meter Telescope are appealing to Hawaii’s appellate court in hopes of overturning a lower court rejection of their argument that the project requires a substantial security bond before starting construction. Read more

COURTESY KAUAI INVASIVE SPECIES COMMITTEE
                                The fungal disease known as rapid ohia death has been found for the first time in the Limahuli Garden and Preserve.
Rapid ohia death found at Kauai garden for first time

State officials announced Friday that the fungal disease known as rapid ohia death has been found for the first time in the Limahuli Garden and Preserve, which is part of the National Tropical Botanical Garden. Read more

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