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Latest Shut-Down Order

This week's shutdown order

Today, August 27, is the first day of a 2-week "Stay at Home/Work at Home" order issued for the island of Oahu. With the rules changing almost weekly now, find a list below of what's currently allowed and what's not.

I know this is a difficult and stressful time. Please stay safe, continue wearing your masks, and stay home whenever possible. 

If you have additional questions about this order or if there is anything I can do to help during this time, please contact my office at repohno@capitol.hawaii.govor 586-9415.

Click here to read the most recent emergency order.
Prohibited activities and closures:
  • All social gatherings indoors or outdoors 
  • Workplace lunchrooms, break rooms, and common areas for eating
  • Hiking trails
  • City parks (except to walk to and from the ocean)
  • Beaches (except to walk to and from the ocean)
  • Outdoor fields
  • Play courts
  • Pools
  • Satellite City Halls and driver license centers
Businesses not allowed to operate:
  • Retail stores
  • Car detailing, car alarm and other car accessories not related to basic functionality
  • Dine-in service at restaurants
  • Bars and clubs
  • In-person car sales
  • In-person support group meetings (including AA, NA, etc.)
  • In-person real estate
  • Gyms and fitness centers
  • Golf courses, tennis clubs, and other sports clubs
  • Bowling alleys, movie theaters, arcades, and other indoor attractions
  • Personal service providers like salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors, massage therapy, and other one-on-one services
Activities allowed:
  • Essential activities to maintain the health and safety of your household
  • Work at essential businesses 
  • Caring for a person of pet in another household
  • Visiting graveyards or cemeteries 
  • Outdoor exercise in allowed spaces
  • Church or spiritual services with restrictions
Click here for a list of essential activities on Page 6.
Businesses allowed to operate:
  • Healthcare facilities
  • Grocery stores and other places providing retail sales of food
  • Farming, livestock, and fishing operations
  • Business providing food, shelter, or social services for those in need
  • Media services like newspapers, TV broadcast, and radio
  • Gas stations, auto repair & services, and bicycle & services
  • Banks and financial institutions
  • Hardware stores
  • Building and construction trades like plumbers and electricians
  • Shipping services
  • Educational institutions 
  • Laundromats, dry cleaners, and laundry service providers
  • Restaurants for take-out or delivery only
  • Transportation like airlines, taxis, and car rental
  • Home-based care for those in need
  • Facilities and shelters for those in need
  • Professional services like legal, accounting, insurance, and real estate for legally mandated activities
  • Childcare facilities 
  • Animal shelters, rescues, kennels, and adoption facilities
  • Hotels and motels
  • Funeral and mortuary services (limited to groups of 10 people)
  • Building and construction, painting, HVAC
  • Cleaning and janitorial services
  • Exterminators
  • Security and guard services
  • Moving services
  • Fabric stores
  • Film and television production
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