Governor David Ige says the biggest outbreak of dengue fever ever recorded in Hawai‘i appears to be over.
Ige says state officials still need to be vigilant about controlling mosquitoes….but he thanked lawmakers for restoring funding for positions to battle the outbreak.
Hawai‘i Tourism Authority CEO George Szigeti said the today’s announcement is a vote of confidence for visitors to the state and to Hawai‘i Island.
The outbreak of dengue fever started in September….and sickened a total of 264 people. The last case was reported on March 17th.