Economic recovery resumed with the end of Hawaii’s COVID-19 wave. Now Omicron is a new threat. Renewed international travel restrictions have reduced the near-term visitor outlook, but the eventual return of foreign tourists in 2022 will enable a broader industry upturn. Moderate job gains will continue, although labor shortages, the end of pandemic support, and higher inflation will weigh on progress.
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Thank you for this. If you don’t mind, can you tell me what multiplier range(s) is UHERO assuming for the IIJA and BBB?