How Hawaii avoided a coronavirus spike – but severely damaged its economy


Its remote setting and a decision to shut down helped keep cases fairly low, but unemployment soared. What next?

The Sheraton Waikiki stands just a sea-smooth pebble throw from one of Hawaii’s most famous beaches. Working the front desk, Jordyn Wallace loved meeting new people from different states and faraway countries in one of the world’s most beautiful holiday destinations.

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