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To vaccinate is to love your neighbor–and be fair to all who work in our hospitals

Against a backdrop of hundreds of anti-vaccine demonstrators, most unmasked and close together, in Waikiki this evening, a small group of clergy and lay people of faith stood together on Kapahulu Avenue to bear witness to the basic teaching of

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Be kind, decent, smart: Get vaccinated

This OpEd was published in the Honolulu Star Advertiser on August 11, 2021. Reproduced here with permission. Hawaii seemed to be doing well. But the Delta variant has the daily tally of COVID infections now exceeding seven hundred cases.  Governor David Ige is

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