Oʻahu beaches and parks have once again been shut down due to COVID-19.

Photo: Kevin Allen

Podcast Show Notes: Have Aloha Will Travel EP38

On this week's episode of the "Have Aloha Will Travel" podcast, Cat and Kevin discuss the new COVID-19 shutdown regulations on Oʻahu.

It’s impossible to escape the COVID-19 news cycle, and Cat and Kevin have a lot to discuss in regard to Oʻahu’s latest COVID-19 shutdown this week’s episode of the "Have Aloha Will Travel" podcast. 

The first talking point Cat and Kevin hit is clearing up some of the misinformation about the shutdown being posted by community members as well as local government agencies. If you want to get the lowdown on exactly what is going on with the shutdown, check out our story on the subject here

After discussing what is closed—public pools, beaches, hiking trails, skateparks, parks and more—Cat and Kevin also discuss what's open, like the Waikīkī Aquarium, the Honolulu Zoo and Oʻahu’s only waterpark, Wet ’n’ Wild Hawaiʻi. You can find Cat’s list on a few things you can still do during the partial-island shutdown here

Also, if you’ve got any interisland travel planned in the near future, you'll definitely want to read Cat’s story about the reinstated interisland travel quarantine here. It is ... complicated, to say the least.

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