A new study from Hawaii Safe Travels, a nonprofit that advocates for people with mental illness, finds that the state is on track to lose more than 30,000 people due to the Zika virus outbreak.
Hawaii’s state and local governments have reported that nearly 1,000 of the 2,500 new cases are linked to the outbreak.
The Hawaii Safe Traveller program is one of several ways that the city of Honolulu is helping residents who are in crisis.
It’s also helping the city get its finances in order and getting people back to work.
It also aims to create a safe environment for people who may be at risk.
“Our primary concern is the health and well-being of our community, the residents of Hawaii and all Hawaiians,” says John B. Gansler, president of Hawaii Safe, which is based in Honolulu.
We are not asking people to avoid certain places. “
It’s not about being scared.
We are not asking people to avoid certain places.
It is not about keeping the lights on or not going out.”
Ganslers family was in Hawaii for about a week in late March and early April when he began feeling the effects of the virus.
He was taken to the hospital for a flu shot and was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome, a disorder that causes muscle weakness and a severe fever.
When he returned to the city, he noticed that he was suffering from severe depression and anxiety, as well as anxiety and fatigue.
“I was so stressed out,” Gansner said.
“That’s why I went back to Hawaii and was out in public a lot.”
Gonsler said he was initially worried that he might be contagious.
But the flu shots he took during his trip to Hawaii kept him healthy and helped him to get back to the office.
He also had a good run in the airport, and he has not had any issues with his passport since his trip.
He plans to stay in Hawaii through the end of April, when the state’s new restrictions will come into effect.
“The most important thing that I want to stress about it is, I’m going to be back here, I can do it, I will be safe,” Gonsner said, adding that he is planning to take the rest of the month off work.
In April, Hawaii will begin restricting the number of people who can travel to the island.
Gonser says that will be a challenge for people in Hawaii, especially because there is no centralized screening system in place.
Hawaii officials say they are working to build one, but it is not yet finished.
The program aims to be an opportunity for people to get help and learn how to safely travel and get back home, according to Gansers manager of public affairs, Jennifer R. Dutton.
“Hawaii Safe is a program that is meant to assist people with depression and other mental health issues,” she said.
Ganners goal is to go to the airport at least once a week, as he has done for the past few months, and get tested for the virus, to make sure that he doesn’t get a fever.
“At this point in time, we are not doing any type of screening of those people,” Dutton said.
Hawaii has been hit by other recent outbreaks, including the coronavirus outbreak in California and the new coronaviruses that have begun to emerge in Europe and in Asia.
Hawaii is in the middle of a major pandemic, with the country on track for another 8,000 new cases of the new virus by the end, according the Hawaii Department of Health.
The Department of Public Health is looking for ways to increase screening, including allowing people who live in Honolulu to return home at the end to help keep people healthy.
In addition to testing people, there are also plans to create an Ebola-specific testing station in Honolulu, where people can be tested for any of the three new coronovirus variants.
Hawaii Safe plans to also offer additional services to help people cope with the virus while they are out and about.
For example, it is helping people who have been exposed to the virus through the air, including those who work with people who are at risk, and will provide them with food, clothing and other basic necessities.
It will also provide counseling to help them cope and stay safe while they’re at work.
“All of our services will be designed to help individuals stay safe and well,” said Dutton, adding there are a lot of things that are still being planned.
“But we’re not going to have a coronaviral lockdown, we’re going to continue to have an abundance of resources available.”