Traveling might not be anyone’s top priority during a pandemic, but just in case, David Y. Ige has a simple request: Postpone your Hawaiian vacation.Ige, the governor of Hawaii, recently announced a slew of measures aimed at helping to slow the spread of coronavirus in the state, one being a strong recommendation for visitors to postpone any plans to visit Hawaii within the next 30 days, or at least “reschedule for a later date.”HAWAII GRANTS OK FOR 2 CRUISE SHIPS TO DOCK — BUT EVERYONE MUST STAY ONBOARD“The actions I’m announcing today may seem extreme to some of you, and we know that it will have negative effects to our economy. But we are confident that taking aggressive actions now will allow us to have a quicker recovery when this crisis is over,” Gov. Ige said on Tuesday. This week, Hawaii Governor David Ige (seen here at an earlier event) urged visitors to postpone their trips to Hawaii for at least 30 days. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWSTourists planning a Hawaiian getaway in the coming weeks would find many attractions closed or operating at a limited capacity, in any case. Along with his directive

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