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Archived Proclamations, Orders, Rules

 

Mayor's Proclamation and Emergency Order 2021-13 Order Implementing the Safe O'ahu Response Plan - September 17, 2021

Emergency Order 2021-13 - Conditions COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - September 17, 2021

Guidance Bulletin Interpretive guidance concerning Mayor Rick Blangiardi’s Emergency Order No. 2021-09 - September 22, 2021

Mayor’s Fifteenth Proclamation COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - August 23, 2021

Guidance Bulletin Interpretive guidance concerning Mayor Rick Blangiardi’s Emergency Order No. 2021-09 - September 9, 2021

Designated Businesses and Operations – Tier 5 Required Conditions Honolulu’s Amended COVID-19 Recovery Framework - July 8, 2021

Fourth Amendment to Honolulu’s COVID-19 Recovery Framework COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - July 8, 2021

Mayor's Emergency Order 2021-12 Third amendment to the order Implementing Tier 5 of Honolulu's Post COVID-19 Vaccine Framework - September 3, 2021

Mayor's Emergency Order 2021-11 Second amendment to the order Implementing Tier 5 of Honolulu's Post COVID-19 Vaccine Framework - August 30, 2021

Mayor's Emergency Order 2021-10 First amendment to the order Implementing Tier 5 of Honolulu's Post COVID-19 Vaccine Framework - August 23, 2021

Mayor's Emergency Order 2021-09 Order Implementing Tier 5 of Honolulu's Post COVID-19 Vaccine Framework - July 8, 2021

Mayor’s Fourteenth Proclamation COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - July 8, 2021

Guidance Bulletin Definition of “attendees” for purposes of Social Establishments - July 12, 2021

Mayor's Emergency Order 2021-08 Order Implementing Tier 4 of Honolulu's Post COVID-19 Vaccine Framework - June 11, 2021

Designated Businesses and Operations – Tier 4 Required Conditions Honolulu’s Amended COVID-19 Recovery Framework - June 21, 2021

Third Amendment to Honolulu’s COVID-19 Recovery Framework COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - June 11, 2021

Mayor’s Thirteenth Proclamation COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - May 7, 2021

Mayor's Emergency Order 2021-07 Amendment to Emergency Order No. 2021-06 - May 25, 2021

Mayor's Emergency Order 2021-06 Fourth Amended Order Continuing Tier 3 - May 17, 2021

Mayor's Emergency Order 2021-05 Third Amended Order Continuing Tier 3 - May 7, 2021

Designated Businesses and Operations – Tier 3 Required Conditions Honolulu’s Amended COVID-19 Recovery Framework - May 7, 2021

Mayor's Emergency Order 2021-04 Second Amended Order Implementing Tier 3 - March 26, 2021

Designated Businesses and Operations – Tier 3 Required Conditions Honolulu’s Amended COVID-19 Recovery Framework - March 26, 2021

Second Amendment to Honolulu’s COVID-19 Recovery Framework COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - March 26, 2021

Mayor’s Twelfth Proclamation COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - March 11, 2021

Mayor's Emergency Order 2021-03 Amended Order Implementing Tier 3 - March 11, 2021

Designated Businesses and Operations – Tier 3 Required Conditions Honolulu’s Amended COVID-19 Recovery Framework - March 11, 2021

Amendment to Honolulu’s COVID-19 Recovery Framework COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - March 11, 2021

Mayor's Emergency Order 2021-02 Order implementing Tier 3 - February 12, 2021

Designated Businesses and Operations – Tier 3 Required Conditions Honolulu’s COVID-19 Recovery Framework - February 12, 2021

Mayor’s Eleventh Proclamation COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - February 12, 2021

Mayor's Emergency Order 2021-01 Third Amended and Restated Order implementing Tier 2 - February 12, 2021

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-31 Second Amended and Restated Order implementing Tier 2 - December 23, 2020

Mayor’s Tenth Proclamation COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - December 23, 2020

Guidance Bulletin Guidance for Emergency Order No. 2020-30 - December 9, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-30 Amended and Restated Order implementing Tier 2 - November 21, 2020

Mayor’s Ninth Proclamation COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - November 21, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-29 Order implementing Tier 2 of COVID-19 recovery framework - October 21, 2020

Designated Businesses and Operations – Tier 2 Required Conditions Honolulu’s COVID-19 Recovery Framework - October 21, 2020

Mayor’s Eighth Proclamation COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - October 21, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-28 Amendment to Order implementing Tier 1 of COVID-19 recovery framework - October 15, 2020

Update to Honolulu’s COVID-19 Recovery Framework Plan to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in Honolulu - October 15, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-27 Order implementing Tier 1 of COVID-19 recovery framework - September 23, 2020

Guidance Memorandum Honolulu’s COVID-19 Recovery Framework - September 23, 2020

Mayor’s Sixth Supplemental Proclamation COVID-19 - Novel Coronavirus - September 23, 2020

Honolulu’s COVID-19 Recovery Framework Plan to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in Honolulu - September 23, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-26 Amended Second Stay at Home/Work From Home Order - September 8, 2020

Guidance Bulletin Second Stay at Home/Work From Home Order - August 28, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-25 Second Stay at Home/Work From Home Order - August 25, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-24 Act Now Honolulu - No Social Gatherings - August 19, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-23 Act With Care, Do Not Gather - August 07, 2020

Mayor’s Fifth Supplemental Proclamation COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus - August 07, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-22 Amended and Restated Ho'oulu i Honolulu 5.0 - August 03, 2020

Mayor’s Fourth Supplemental Proclamation COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus - July 29, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-21 Ho'oulu i Honolulu – Restore Honolulu 5.0 - July 29, 2020

Declaration of Termination of Emergency Hurricane Douglas - July 28, 2020

Proclamation of Emergency or Disaster Hurricane Douglas - July 24, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-20 Third Amendment to Ho'oulu i Honolulu – Restore Honolulu 4.0 (Face Coverings in Gyms) - July 23, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-19 Second Amendment to Ho'oulu i Honolulu – Restore Honolulu 4.0 (New Rules for Liquor Sales) - July 14, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-18 Amendment to Ho'oulu i Honolulu – Restore Honolulu 4.0 (Face Coverings) - July 2, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-17 Ho'oulu i Honolulu – Restore Honolulu 4.0 - June 27, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-16 Second Amendment to Ho’oulu i Honolulu 3.0 - June 24, 2020

Mayor’s Third Supplemental Proclamation (COVID-19) - June 24, 2020

Guidance Bulletin Ho'oulu i Honolulu – Restore Honolulu 3.0 (as amended) - June 15, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-15 Ho’oulu i Honolulu 3.0 - June 3, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-14 Ho’oulu i Honolulu 3.0 - May 28, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-13 Second Amendment to Ho‘oulu i Honolulu 2.0 - May 21, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-12 Amendment to Ho‘oulu i Honolulu 2.0 – Beach use with restrictions - May 15, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-11 Ho'oulu i Honolulu – Restore Honolulu 2.0 - May 13, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-10 / Ho'oulu i Honolulu Second Amended and Restated Stay at Home/Work from Home Order - May 6, 2020

Mayor’s Second Supplemental Proclamation (COVID-19) - April 29, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-09 Amended and Restated Stay at Home/Work from Home Order - April 22, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-08 Limited Opening of City Parks - April 14, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-07 Face Coverings - April 14, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-06 Fabric Stores - April 13, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-05 Holiday Weekend Nighttime Curfew - April 9, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-04 Online Automobile Sales - April 2, 2020

Letter to the President - April 1, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-03 Private Sport Facilities - March 31, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-02 Stay at Home/Work From Home Order - March 22, 2020

Mayor's Emergency Order 2020-01 COVID-19 - March 20, 2020

Rules of the Mayor - March 20, 2020

Mayor Caldwell's Supplemental Proclamation - March 18, 2020

Mayor Caldwell's COVID-19 Proclamation - March 4, 2020

Sours: https://www.honolulu.gov/mayor/proclamations-orders-and-rules.html

Mayor Blangiardi Opposes Going Back To Tier 2, Will Have To Amend City's Emergency Order

Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi re-emphasized that he is "dead set against" rolling O?ahu back to Tier 2 restrictions, and he is discussing possible amendments to the city's reopening plan to keep the island in Tier 3.

This is despite an uptick in new reported cases for the island in recent weeks, which would move O?ahu back to Tier 2 under the current framework. The city's seven-day average between March 25 and 31 stood at 58 with a positivity rate of 2.2%. Under the reopening guidelines, the city can stay in Tier 3 with weekly averages between 20-49 and a positivity rate of under 2%.

Blangiardi during a Monday morning news conference said he is new reported cases and hospitalizations have remained relatively low, and he is encouraged by the county's vaccination numbers. But he maintains the current tier system does not reflect where O?ahu is now.

"I think that our case counts when they were set was in a very different [set] of determinations when they constructed the tiers," he said. "There are a lot of assumptions there that we wouldn't even have a vaccine -- if we had a vaccine, it's late summer, early fall. We're well past 800,000 vaccinations already administered."

Blangiardi says he's asked to modify the city's tiered system so a weekly average of 50-100 cases and a positivity rate of 2.5% would be Tier 3 -- instead of Tier 2.

"I do want to come down on the side of not only business, but good community behavior. And ask for everybody's cooperation, and wear your mask and distancing, and let's just get on with our lives."

Ige on Monday afternoon stated Honolulu's current emergency order relies on average weekly case numbers. And in order for the island to stay in Tier 3, Blangiardi would have to amend and submit a new emergency order.

Sours: https://www.hawaiipublicradio.org/local-news/2021-04-06/mayor-blangiardi-opposes-going-back-to-tier-2-will-have-to-amend-citys-emergency-order
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Gov. Ige warns Hawaii could go back to Tier 2 if coronavirus case trend continues

HONOLULU (KHON2) — Gov. David Ige told KHON2 he is concerned about the uptick of cases in the islands while COVID-19 cases are rising across the country.

Gov. Ige said, he knows the pandemic has been tough on everyone but he is asking the community to hold on a little bit longer.

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“We are seeing more community spread. We are seeing more gatherings,” the governor said.

Gov. Ige asked Hawaii residents to refrain from gatherings.

“If at this pace we continue, we would be in Tier 2,” Gov. Ige said. “Which means we would look at restricting activities again.”

Gov. Ige said, he is counting on the vaccine rollout to slow the spread.

“We’re doing 80,000 vaccinations this week, and if we can continue to get the vaccines at those levels, you know, two months time will be another half a million doses, so and that really does make a difference,” Ige explained, adding that he wished the federal government would give Hawaii more vaccine doses.

KHON2 asked the governor when he will loosen travel restrictions for those who are fully vaccinated.

The governor replied, “It’s really about whether the science says that when you’re vaccinated, you can’t get the virus, right? And that you can’t infect others.”

Gov. Ige said, he is waiting on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) before making any decisions.

“It seems prudent that we should be patient, and give as many people as we can the opportunity to get vaccinated,” he said.

The State of Hawaii is already working with two companies to improve the Safe Travels testing program. Gov. Ige said, those companies are also trying to find a way to validate vaccination records.

“Both of them are committed to expanding their systems and platforms to include vaccination and vaccination records,” Ige said.

“Once they can get access to the vaccination records, I’m pretty certain that we would be able to incorporate the vaccination record with the Safe Travel Program relatively quickly, in a couple of weeks… two to four weeks would be possible,” Gov. Ige said.

The governor said, he feels confident he will get the guidance from the CDC to allow those who are fully vaccinated to travel more freely by the end of 2021.

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Sours: https://www.khon2.com/coronavirus/gov-ige-warns-hawaii-could-go-back-to-tier-2-if-coronavirus-case-trend-continues/

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