24% of Kaua‘i CARES funds left
LIHU‘E — The county has a remaining 24% of federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds left to spend before the end of the year.
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good information…we could also use some of the money, to improve Covid healthcare on island, bring in more hospital beds or even ventilators on a temp. bases, as a back up in case things get really bad….or other services for the ones most vulnerable, seniors and pre-existing conditions…
At least the county guys got new subarus
Set aside more CARES monies for post-arrival tests, make it free for visitors for that Ige approves it this time instead of saying Kauai can’t afford to cover the cost, call it the County of Kauai Post Arrival Mandatory Testing Program, and then opt-in to the Safe Travels Program.