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Hawaii issues stay at home order

State Issues Covid-19 Hawaii

State Issues

On March 23, the Hawaii Governor issued a statewide order to stay at home and work from home starting at 12:01 AM Wednesday, March 25, 2020, through April 30, 2020. All businesses or operations not identified as federal critical infrastructure by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, designated by the Director of the Hawaii emergency Management Agency, or listed in the proclamation, must cease. The proclamation permits, among others, financial institutions, including currency exchanges, consumer lenders (e.g., payday lenders, consumer installment lenders), credit unions, appraisers, title companies, financial markets, trading and futures exchanges, affiliates of financial institutions, entities that issue bonds, related financial institutions, and institutions selling financial products, to remain open.

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