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Health ofhcials identify 2 restaurants as the source of multiple COVID clusters on Kauai

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For a Health Center that looks very unhealthy having black mold on the roofing tiles!
 

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The first article also mentions the Sheraton Kauai Coconut Beach resort. We were there (stayed overnight) when the “Brunch Babes” show was happening on April 18. Very large group (about 80-100 people) of locals attending a not socially distanced drag show brunch. (We did not attend but became aware because their restaurant was shut down for breakfast and breakfast service had moved to their outside bar area). It seems strange for the locals in Hawaii to have restricted travel into Kauai for so long, yet hold what may turn out to be a super spreader event.
 

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--Kaua‘i County will move to Tier 3 this Thursday with proposed modifications--
LĪHU‘E – The County of Kaua‘i will move into Tier 3 of its Kaua‘i Business & Recreation Guidelines this Thursday, based on the average new daily cases for the past two weeks. Ahead of the tier change, the county has proposed modifications to the chart to better reflect its current situation.
The modifications must be approved by Governor David Ige.
“When we created the tier chart last year, we were facing the reality that any rise in case counts put our most vulnerable population at risk,” said Mayor Derek S. K. Kawakami. “It’s also important that the tier restrictions reflect where we are seeing transmission. Therefore, we are revising our tier chart to allow outdoor activities such as sports, while further limiting indoor group sizes. If you must gather with people outside of your home, stay outdoors and wear your mask.”
The proposed change moves the social gathering limit to 5 indoors and 25 outdoors, while allowing team sports to continue with COVID-safe protocols in place.
“We are seeing many cases in children, who are not eligible for vaccine. If you have a child at your home, or are around children – such as teachers and coaches – please consider getting vaccinated to help protect them. Mahalo to everyone who has already been vaccinated for stepping up to keep us all safe.”
Over 60,000 doses of vaccine have already been administered to residents, and all Kaua‘i residents aged 16 and older now have the opportunity to be vaccinated. Vaccination is free and appointments are widely available, including on weekends and evenings. For details, visit www.kauai.gov/vaccine. Those who plan to travel can protect themselves and their families by being fully vaccinated before traveling.
For more information on the county’s COVID-19 response, visit www.kauai.gov/COVID-19.
For more information on the state’s COVID-19 cases or the state’s Safe Travels program, visit hawaiicovid19.com.
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**Note: The updated tier chart and detailed guidelines as mentioned will be posted on the County of Kaua‘i website, www.kauai.gov/covid-19, upon Gov. Ige’s approval.**
 

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