Iʻm sure everyone is wondering, what is quarantine like in Americaʻs paradise? Personally, living here in Hawaiʻi there is a noticeable amount of fewer tourists here. Our streets are clear here on the island of Kauaʻi even with interisland quarantine being gone. The state of Hawaiʻi has a total of 1,130 cases. We are opening our state to the public in August, without the mandatory quarantine. All you have to do is provide a negative COVID-19 case to avoid the mandatory quarantine. Another thing I would always recommend before traveling somewhere that has a culture and language that differs from what you’re used to is to educate yourself on the islands, the legends, the language, and so much more. Most locals here are trying to educate you.
In the education category here in the state, we know President Trump is pushing for schools to reopen in the fall. Some children are dependent on the school community for basic factors such as food, water, and an uplifting environment, and much more. Hawaiʻi has children like these just like any other state, these are the kids who we have to keep in mind when considering if school should reopen in the fall. But, on the other hand, schools are an extremely high-risk place of germs. With Hawaiʻi public schoolʻs having an approximate average of 619 students per school. Another concern is students who don’t have access to wifi or their school doesn’t provide an electronic to access teachers for help, classes, school work, and much more. This is your July update for the state of Hawai’i. Would love to see what else you want to know in the comments below!