(BIVN) – Restrictions on social establishments will end by December 1st, and counties in Hawaiʻi will no longer be required to obtain the approval of the governor for changes to COVID-19 rules.

The State of Hawaiʻi made the announcement on Tuesday during a news conference. “Hawaiʻi residents have worn their masks and avoided large gatherings, even important family events. Most of our residents are vaccinated. We worked together to keep our communities as safe as possible during this pandemic. The State of Hawaiʻi is now ready to move from overall state coordination back to the counties,” said Gov. Ige.

Governor Ige said he plans to sign another emergency proclamation on November 29, giving the counties direct responsibility for pandemic emergency management in their jurisdictions. The Hawaiʻi

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