Hawaii’s success in keeping COVID-19 in check is not just about its geography — it’s had some of the firmest restrictions, including a statewide mask mandate and, until recently, a 14-day quarantine rule for all arriving tourists. But those restrictions have also crushed its economy. Hawaii Lt. Gov. Joshua Green, and Dr. Thomas Lee, of the University of Hawaii, join Stephanie Sy to discuss.
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