2020: A year of COVID-19 on Kaua‘i
A lot has happened in 2020, here’s a brief Kaua‘i pandemic summary.
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Tanks for the the reminder at how easy it was and how many bad decisions were made by a couple people that destroyed the lives of so many.
Happy New Year!
It is frustrating to have governors and mayors continue to control the movements of law abiding adults, all in the name of safety/health and all while they brake their own constantly changing guidelines!
I will be arriving on Kauai island in 27 days and I know these guidelines will change again and again. Very frustrating.
I will be staying with relatives in a separate detached unit from the main home. Will I still need to pay to stay in a 3 day holding place? It seems unnecessary if police are able to check on me, and I’m separate from everyone! Whom would I contact because I will not be staying at a rental unit?
I love Kauai and will fallow all these hoops and loops we are required to do……
Oh, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.
You forgot to mention the part where Imbecilic Ige and Corrupt Kawakami willingly exposed Kauai to thousands of infected tourists, turning our island overnight from 0 community-spread cases to 150 cases.
You forgot to mention the part where some people (mostly small business owners) lost everything they had spent years building, while others, like Kawakami and his cabal of influencers, were able to comfortably cash their pay checks every month for the entire time of the pandemic.
I plan on arriving in Kauai on February 25th 2021. Will I and my Family need to be Quartined at any time? Will we be able to attend a Luau while we are there?
with so few cases on this island, it literally would be cheaper to fly those infected, using private jets, to the hospital of their choice, and return them in private jets after they are healed, than destroying the entire island economy;