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Trouble in Paradise? Oahu Reportedly Opens a New COVID-19 Quarantine Facility


Years ago, I traveled to Hawaii.

I’m counting my blessings that my journey was then and not now.

The Aloha State has enforced some of America’s most Orwellian COVID policies, and their tyrants are still going full steam ahead.

Oahu, Hawaii’s most populous island, has reportedly opened a new facility for COVID-19 patients who need a place to isolate or quarantine.


That sounds like bad news to me.

If the ruling authorities have the facilities, what’s stopping the wrong person from abusing their power and utilizing them like a dictator?

AP News reported:

The facility is the second of its kind on the island and will start with 26 units that can expand to 50, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Tuesday.

The first facility has 30 isolation units with 56 beds. That facility has been nearly full in recent weeks as the state has dealt with a record wave of omicron cases.

“We are opening this facility out of an abundance of caution,” said Mayor Rick Blangiardi in a statement to the Star-Advertiser. “However, we remain optimistic that the omicron variant has peaked with an anticipated decline in the need for isolation and quarantine resources in the near future.”

We’re opening a quarantine facility out of an abundance of caution?

Give me a break.

‘It’s for your safety.’

Where have we heard that tired excuse before?

khon 2 added:

According to the City, this facility will provide added capacity to the City’s isolation and quarantine facility currently available at Harbor Arms in Aiea.

Each unit is fully furnished and has its own kitchen and bathroom,” said Director of the Honolulu Emergency Services Deparment Dr. Jim Ireland. “The building was originally built as affordable [housing] for individuals and couples of O’ahu at or below 50% of the area median income and is slated to open after its use as an isolation and quarantine facility.”

If individuals need to stay at the facility, they may call the Aloha United Way at 211.

I’ll cite Australia’s COVID-19 concentration camps as a reference of what these quarantine, isolation facilities would likely entail.

(VIDEO) Go Inside Australia’s COVID-19 Concentration Camp


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