DOH: Tahiti Nui cluster confirmed, seven cases
LIHU‘E — The Hawai‘i Department of Health (DOH) has identified a COVID-19 cluster associated with Tahiti Nui restaurant in Hanalei.
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Go back to testing to get on a plane. Vaccinated are still getting infected and have a free pass.
The testing doesn’t do that much. I have a friend who was extremely careful before the birth of her grandson. She and her husband tested negative on Tue and drove up to see the new baby on Wed. On Thursday she felt kind of crummy and you guessed it she, her husband and the new Dad were positive for Covid. A negative test is no guarantee
Hanalei is swarming with tourists now, and daily we see “VISITORS” among the covid case count. No resident in their right mind goes to Hanalei anymore unless they are going to work, visit or to the beach and they certainly avoid sit down restaurants. 99% of the restaurant customers are TOURISTS. Don’t tell me they are not carrying and spreading the virus. Mayor Derek, where are you? Hello??!!! I was impressed with you and Dr. Berryman earlier in the crisis, now not so much!