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SF-(.Lr , Roy Takemoto <br /> �! mites/ Managing Director <br /> Harry Kim .1.! s • <br /> Mayor <br /> Barbara J.Kouow <br /> \�ar N' !' Deputy Managing Director <br /> - <br /> IIIunfir ofPaPawn <br /> ( ffi 'e oftip Jil' ger <br /> 25 Aupunl Street,Suite 2803 • Hilo,Hawal'I 98720 • (808)981-8211 • Fax(808)981.8553 <br /> KONA. 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy.,Bldg C • Kallua-Kona,Hawaii 98740 <br /> (808)323-4444 • Fax(808)323-4440 <br /> Mayor's COVID-19 Emergency Rule No.4 <br /> .Pursuant to the authority vested in me by Hawai'i Revised Statutes Chapter 127A and <br /> due to the public health concerns related to COVID-19, I hereby find that immediate <br /> promulgation of this rule is necessary and do so in order to protect the health, safety and <br /> welfare of the people of this County. This rule consolidates and amends Mayor's Covid-19 <br /> Emergency Rules Nos. 1, 2, and 3. This rule also incorporates the Governor's Sixth <br /> c Supplementary Proclamation Amending and Restating Prior Proclamations and Executive <br /> Orders Related to the Covid-19 Emergency issued on April 25, 2020. <br /> "COVID-19"disease is easily transmitted, especially in group settings, and it is essential <br /> that the spread of the virus be slowed to protect'the ability of public and private health care <br /> providers to handle an influx of new patients and to safeguard public health and safety. <br /> Because of the dangerous conditions caused by the risk of rapid spread of the disease and the <br /> need to protect the residents of this County,this rule requires all individuals anywhere in this <br /> County to stay at home or in their place of residence except for conducting permitted essential <br /> activities, performing permitted activities outside the home or place of residence, operation of <br /> an essential business or governmental operation, or other designated businesses and <br /> operations. Know the importance of staying mentally, physically, and socially healthy within <br /> these rules. <br /> I. DEFINITIONS <br /> A. Permitted Essential Activities include: <br /> 1. Engaging in solitary outdoor exercise activity including walking, hiking or running; <br /> 2. Obtaining necessary services or supplies for an individual or that individual's <br /> family or household members, such as getting food, pet food, and supplies <br /> necessary for staying at home; <br /> 3. Performing work related to operation of an essential business or essential <br /> government function(defined below); <br /> 4. Caring for a family member in another household; <br /> 5. Caring for elderly, minors, dependents, persons with a disability, or other <br /> vulnerable at-risk persons; and <br /> 6. Tasks related to maintain health and safety, such as obtaining medicine or <br /> seeing a doctor. <br />