Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay in Hawaii. (And yes, you should probably just go home.)The Hawaii Tourism Authority has partnered with the state’s Visitor Aloha Society to send home any tourists who arrived in Hawaii with no intentions to self-quarantine for 14 days or violated those quarantine orders, mandated by Governor David Y. Ige back in March.OUT-OF-WORK LAS VEGAS SHOWGIRLS TAKE ACT ONLINEJessica Lani Rich, president and CEO of the Visitor Aloha Society, told Hawaii News Now that her non-profit organization’s main purpose has always been to lend a helping hand to “victims of crime or other adversity they may have experienced in Hawaii.” Now, however, the Visitor Aloha Society is pivoting in order to keep tourists, and Hawaiians, safe from coronavirus.“During this unprecedented public health crisis, we are supporting the return of individuals who arrive from the mainland who do not have pre-arranged lodging,” Rich told the outlet.CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTERThe Hawaii Tourism Authority is funding the initiative — officially known as the COVID-19 Flight Assistance (CFA) Program — to the tune of $25,000, per a


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