‘Demand far exceeds supply’: Ige, others urge patience about vaccinations
‘Demand far exceeds supply’: Ige, others urge patience about vaccinations

January 20, 2021

Officials used the terms “ramp up” and “ramping up” several times Tuesday while describing the state’s rollout of coronavirus vaccinations, but cautioned that the operation likely won’t proceed quickly.

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Hilo hospital urges calm as kupuna vaccinations begin
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UPDATE: Kern gets negative recommendation from Planning Committee
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Frequent traffic delays at new light stir call for solutions
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Showers forecast to continue, possible thunderstorms this afternoon

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For the Hawaii Prep girls Division II soccer dynasty, every one of the past seven years has been “the year.”

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Mobile COVID testing initiative aimed at screening underserved areas of Hawaii County
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Ige appoints Hilo educator Acasio to Kahele’s former state Senate seat
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