Updated: Mar 21, 2020
Hawaii Kink Status: Virtual only
I am currently working from home for my 9-5 career and practicing social distancing in my personal life to limit public exposure. For the foreseeable future, only virtual appointments are available.
Below is the current local recommendations for best practices as we all cope with the day to day challenges managing life with Covid-19.
Be well and take care.
HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - The governor released a sweeping set of directives Tuesday aimed at stopping the spread of coronavirus in Hawaii and preventing a broader health care crisis.
Here’s a look at everything he directed:
Social gatherings should be limited to 10 people or fewer.
Bars, clubs, theaters and tourist attractions are being told to close.Restaurants will also have to close or provide drive-thru, take out, pick-up, or delivery.
Residents are being asked to avoid discretionary travel, and state employees are being told to cancel all but essential travel. (Those who do travel will have to be self-isolated for 14 days.)
All places of worship and gatherings should be suspended.All non-essential state workers are being told to stay home for at least 15 days.
Visitors are being asked to stay away for at least 30 days, and the state will bolster screening of cruise ship passengers.
Travelers by air will also undergo more screening.People who are at high-risk (such as the elderly) should stay home.
Visitation should be suspended at nursing homes and long-term care facilities.Households with a positive COVID-19 patient should self-quarantine.
Utilities have been told to ensure they can continue to operate.
The one-week waiting period for unemployment has been waived.
Most state gathering places are closed, including libraries, parks, the state Capitol building, Aloha Stadium, Hawaii Convention Center, and the State Art Museum.
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