COVID-19: No aloha in Hawaii | ‘What’s Wrong with America?’

Hawaii mandates quarantine for arrivals Effective March 26, Hawaii is mandating all arriving visitors to self-quarantine for 14 days. It’s the first such action in the U.S., and it applies to arrivals from American and international destinations via private and commercial aircrafts. On March 17, the state governor had requested that all travelers suspend travel to Hawaii for 30 days and closed restaurants, entertainment and visitor attractions. Hilton and Marriott help out with temporary jobs Both Hilton and Marriott International are partnering with companies to connect workers from temporarily suspended hotels with hundreds of thousands of short-term jobs created by the…
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