COVID-19 Mandates: Recommendations for Hawaiʻi Businesses

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By Ruben Juarez, Alika Maunakea, May Okihiro, and Carl Bonham

Faced with the largest increase in cases since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Hawaii needs effective solutions that would reduce the number of cases disproportionately ravaging communities in the state. In August 2021, the University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization and the Pacific Alliance Against COVID-19 (PAAC) conducted a representative survey of businesses and community organizations in the state to (1) understand their willingness to adopt restrictions at their workplaces for employees and customers and (2) understand barriers to effectively execute these restrictions if implemented.

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