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  1. Sep 13, 2021 · The Maui News The University of Hawaii women’s volleyball team split a two-match series against Southern California on Saturday night, ... With new coach Simpson, Rainbow Warriors set to return ...

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  2. Sep 15, 2021 · Maui is closing in on 2019 visitor levels despite a lack of international visitors and conference attendees. In May, a month before summer tourism season kicked off, an average 58,412 visitors per day were on the island of Maui , compared with 956 in May 2020 and 60,389 visitors per day in May 2019, according to the Hawaii Tourism Authority.

  3. Sep 15, 2021 · The Maui Nui Seabird Recovery Project, for instance, has documented injured and dead Hawaiian petrels resulting from lights at the Grand Wailea nearly every year since 2009.

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  5. Sep 08, 2021 · As a result of surges brought on by the Delta variant, some places are bringing back certain restrictions and even resorting to new measures to keep diners safe, including popular tourist destinations. Maui is the most recent place to announce such measures, where unvaccinated diners soon won't be allowed to eat in restaurants.

    • Maui’s 21 Day Lockdown Is Voluntary
    • Mayor’s Message: Take Personal Responsibility
    • Covid-19 Testing Offered at Various Locations
    • Vaccinations Widely Available

    “I did want to clarify the Mayor’s request the other day for a 21 day voluntary lockdown–and the key word is voluntary,” said Baz. “We’re not issuing a stay-at-home order, but he’s really asking you to… if you don’t have to go out, don’t go out. Do your essential work. Please don’t gather with those outside of your own household. Those are the kind of things that we’re asking.” “We’re appealing to visitors and residents to make these responsible choices and avoid risky behavior because of the high transmission of the Delta [variant],” he said. “We’re not an authoritarian country where we can just force everybody to do everything. This is a democratic nation, and we ask, we plead with you, please join us in helping to do these mitigation measures. It is the responsibility of every individual to make small choices everyday to improve or worsen our situation in Maui County. So it’s your choices that help us either improve or unfortunately worsen our situation,” said Baz. Voluntary prov...

    Mayor Victorino posed several questions saying: “No. 1, did not your parents tell you wash your hands? … Did they not ask you to cover up when you sneezed? That was what we were asked when we were kids. We’re kind of asking the same thing, maybe just a little different with a mask.” “But most importantly, did not your parents say do what is right, not just for yourself, but for those around you? I think we’ve come to the point where it’s now become you the people–it’s your kuleana (responsibility). Whether you’re a visitor or residents, it doesn’t make a lot of difference. You’ve got to do what is right,” he said. “I’ve heard all of the reasons why not. I’ve heard all of the reasons why I don’t have to do this–it’s my constitutional right. It is my freedom, but freedom comes with responsibility and if you don’t have responsibility, you quickly lose freedom,” said Mayor Victorino. “It is really in your hands, ladies and gentlemen. You the visitors, you the residents, it’s your kulean...

    State Testing Sites: The Hawaiʻi Department of Health is sponsoring drive-through testing in Wailuku at Mauliola Pharmacy at the J Walter Cameron Center near the Wailuku Police Station. There’s also testing by appointment at Molokaʻi Drugs, and walk-up testing at Rainbow Pharmacy Lānaʻi. 1. Mauliola Pharmacy testing is available seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. To book an appointment, visit https://preventcovidhi.comor call 808-446-3722. County officials remind the public that traffic patterns change in the morning, so that they can get the amount of people seeking testing during those hours can be tested. 2. Molokaʻi Drugs: testing is available by appointment. Call 808-553-5790. Hours are Tuesday to Friday, 7:15-8:15 a.m. and 9:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. 3. Rainbow Pharmacy Lānaʻi: walk-up testing is available Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and 1-5:30 p.m. County Free Testing: Maui County’s free string program continues in Lahaina (Lahaina Ci...

    As of today, Maui County continues to trail all other counties in the percentage of population having completed their vaccinations. Maui has has a fully vaccinated rate of 56%; and 66% of Maui residents have initiated a vaccine. Vaccination clinics are available for free at various locations around the County. For elders or homebound who want to get vaccinated at home can call the Maui County Office on Aging at 270-7774 and they will help to schedule at-home vaccinations. General information on vaccination locations and times is available at https://www.mauinuistrong.info/vaccination-locations

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