Isolated by oceans: Hawaii, other islands tamp down virus

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Isolated by oceans: Hawaii, other islands tamp down virus

A woman walks on Waikiki Beach in Honolulu. Hawaii has some of the lowest coronavirus infection and mortality rates in the U.S. As cases started to rise in March, the governor did something no other state can – effectively seal the borders. People who do come face a two-week quarantine.
A woman walks across alone a normally busy road at Honolulu’s international airport. Hawaii has some of the lowest coronavirus infection and mortality rates in the U.S. As cases started to rise in March, the governor did something no other state can – effectively seal the borders. People who do come face a two-week quarantine.
Hawaii resident Mary Ann Jenkins waits for her ride after arriving home from Indiana at the international airport in Honolulu. Jenkins was ordered to go home and quarantine there for two weeks after being screened by National Guard troops and says she agrees with the restrictions placed on travelers arriving in the state.
A worker cleans the baggage claim area at the international airpot in Honolulu. Hawaii has some of the lowest coronavirus infection and mortality rates in the U.S. As cases started to rise in March, the governor did something no other state can – effectively seal the borders. People who do come face a two-week quarantine.

Isolated by oceans: Hawaii, other islands tamp down virus

A woman walks on Waikiki Beach in Honolulu. Hawaii has some of the lowest coronavirus infection and mortality rates in the U.S. As cases started to rise in March, the governor did something no other state can – effectively seal the borders. People who do come face a two-week quarantine.
A woman walks across alone a normally busy road at Honolulu’s international airport. Hawaii has some of the lowest coronavirus infection and mortality rates in the U.S. As cases started to rise in March, the governor did something no other state can – effectively seal the borders. People who do come face a two-week quarantine.
Hawaii resident Mary Ann Jenkins waits for her ride after arriving home from Indiana at the international airport in Honolulu. Jenkins was ordered to go home and quarantine there for two weeks after being screened by National Guard troops and says she agrees with the restrictions placed on travelers arriving in the state.
A worker cleans the baggage claim area at the international airpot in Honolulu. Hawaii has some of the lowest coronavirus infection and mortality rates in the U.S. As cases started to rise in March, the governor did something no other state can – effectively seal the borders. People who do come face a two-week quarantine.
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