Hawaii epidemiologist takes leave after other key departures
HONOLULU — Hawaii’s embattled epidemiologist is taking a leave of absence after the new head of the state’s COVID-19 contact tracing program requested time off, citing issues with the chain of command among health officials.
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I liked the DOH approach- just view others as possible corona virus persons who might be contagious and take precautions – wear mask, keep 6 feet distance, stay away from others as much as possible until the positive case numbers decrease. Then have the DOH just focus on limited contact testing related to positive cases. So much money and effort now gong to the bigger population for unnescessary virus testing. Our community needs – food and help with rent!!