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                                The state is trying to determine how to distribute retroactive hazard pay to 7,800 unionized public workers who faced health risks at public schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. Laurie Chang, a curriculum coordinator and instructional coach for Aliiolani Elementary School, sanitizes a table at the school.
Thousands of HGEA members entitled to COVID pay

Gov. Josh Green and the state Legislature will have to figure out how to pay for an estimated $120 million to $150 million in retroactive hazard pay due to 7,800 unionized public workers who faced health risks at Hawaii public schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

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                                A pharmacist administers a Moderna Spikevax COVID-19 vaccine at a drug store, Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2023, in Cypress, Texas.
RSV shots available for Kaiser members

Kaiser Permanente announced Monday it is now offering the respiratory syncytial virus vaccine to all its members ages 60 years and older in Hawaii. Read more

                                There were reports of a handful of COVID-19 cases at congregate shelters during the wildfire crisis, state health officials say. Above, evacuees settle in at the War Memorial Gymnasium in Wailuku.
State warns of COVID uptick on Maui, statewide

Dr. Sarah Kemble, state epidemiologist, said COVID-19 numbers have been steadily increasing over the past month in Hawaii and nationwide and that there are now concerns for Maui. Read more

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