Coronavirus Constituent Resource Guide
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic is affecting virtually every aspect of life in Hawaii and across the country. These are challenging and uncertain times, but it’s important to recognize and reaffirm that we are all in this together.
As we continue to take the difficult, but necessary steps to confront the spread of COVID-19, Congress has passed meaningful relief for affected families and businesses. Though Congress acted with the intent to ensure this relief was made available as soon as possible, individuals should be aware that federal agency enactment and guidance for the various new programs and expansion of existing programs may take time.
Additionally, with so much misinformation spreading about what resources are available – and the growing number of scammers trying to exploit the pandemic – this website will provide timely and helpful information about how to access these new benefits.
This is a rapidly evolving situation and it is important that we rely on facts and expertise from public health officials. To access up-to-date information from government sources, please consult the following:
For the latest on the global and nationwide situation visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website.
For information on Hawaii’s response and to sign up for email updates from the Hawaii Department of Health.
To see the latest international travel advisories and alerts, please visit the US Department of State’s website.
On December 28, 2020 President Trump signed the new interim COVID relief package and FY 2021 appropriations into law. This website contains up to date information on the programs and services created and continued in these new bills.
If you are a Hawaii resident and need assistance, please contact my State Office at 808-522-8970 or email@example.com. Neighbor Island residents can call toll-free at 844-478-3478.