Everyone– even people who are young and healthy –must stay home to slow the spread ofCOVID-19

YOU SHOULD:

  • Stay at home and avoid all non-essential contact with others.
  • Limit trips for groceries, going to the bank and other essentials.
  • If you must go out, stay at least 6 feet away from others at all times.
  • Wear a face mask when in public spaces.

The new challenges of social isolation can be difficult, but we are all responsible for our health and the health of our family. As someone who works in public health, it is important for me to spread this message of prevention: please, stay at home.

We'll get through this together,
Trish

Corona Virus

COVID-19 RESOURCES for the community

This section contains information and web links for City & County of Honolulu, Hawaii State, federal, and community programs and services that help residents significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. We will continue updating this page as more resources develop.

Updated April 18, 2020

  • Childcare & Home Education Support

  • Direct Cash Payments

    • The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act directs the Department of the Treasury to make a one-time direct payment to individuals to help them recover from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more here.
    • The Hawaii Resilience Fund can provide up to $1000 per household. New applications are currently on hold.
  • DMV Self-Service

    • DMV Now at Waipio Foodland - a DMV kiosk is now available at Waipio Foodland where you can renew your vehicle registration. Just bring your registration renewal notice to scan at the machine, then enter your license plate and zip code, and pay with a credit or debit card.
  • Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault & Human Trafficking Resources

    • If you're concerned about being quarantined in an unsafe home situation, please see domesticshelters.org for more resources. National Domestic Violence Hotline is available 24/7 at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE) or 1-800-787-3223 (TTY) or chat with their advocates or text LOVEIS to 22522.
  • Food Support, Kupuna Shopping Hours, Restaurants Open

    • Food Support for Mililani Public School Students

      • The DOE will be providing breakfast and lunch free of charge to children 18 years or younger at sites across the state. Parents or caregivers who pick up a meal must be accompanied by a child, according to USDA requirements.

      • Mililani pick ups will be at Kipapa Elementary, Breakfast service: 7:30am – 8:00am, Lunch service: 11:30am – 12:00pm. View the full DOE list here.

    • Food Support for Seniors (Kupuna)

      • Lanakila Meals on Wheels, sign up by calling: (808) 356-8519

      • Malama Meals, request online or call (808) 943-6325

      • Special Kupuna Shopping Hours: Foodland, Times Supermarket, Target

        • Costco: Tue, Wed, Thur from 8:00am – 9:00am (only 2 members at a time)

        • Foodland Mililani: Tue, Thur, Sat from 6:00am – 7:00am

        • Safeway Mililani: Tue, Thur, Sun from 6:30am – 9:00am

        • Times Supermaket Mililani: Everyday from 5:00am – 7:00am

        • Target: Wednesdays, first hour of shopping

    • Food Support for Low Income

    • Farmers' Market at Mililani High School

      • The Mililani Farmers Market remains open, Sundays from 8:00am – 11:00am. Please adhere to social distancing rules, staying 6-feet away from others, sanitizing often, and wearing a face mask as much as possible.
    • Food Support from Government Agencies

    • Restaurants for Takeout and Delivery

  • Healthcare Support

  • Immigration-related Information

    • Community health centers provide healthcare to all patients regardless of immigration status typically at a reduced cost or free of charge. Call to ask if they provide COVID-19 testing.

    • For other testing sites, call 211.

    • Contact the Hawaii Immigrant Justice Center with Legal Aid Society of Hawaii for legal assistance for immigrants.

  • Internet Access

    • Spectrum and Hawaiian Telcom will offer free internet access for 60 days for all student and teacher households. Installation fees are also waived.

    • Spectrum Internet Assist. High-speed internet for low-income households.

  • Masks Resources

  • Mortgage, Rent, Utility, and Student Loans Suspension

    • Residential evictions in Hawaii have been halted until April 30

    • Assistance is available to delay mortgage payments for homeowners with a federally-backed mortgage. View more information here.

    • Federal Student Loan Relief

      • The federal government has waived two months of payments and interest for many student loan borrowers. You must contact your loan servicer to request a waiver and to make sure that your loan is eligible. For details, please see this Department of Education release here.
    • Utilities will not be shut off during this outbreak. Hawaiian Electric, Hawaii Gas, Board of Water Supply, and Spectrum will not terminate service for those unable to pay their bills.

  • Older People (Kupuna) Support

    • Our Kupuna: volunteer (groceries, prescriptions) and sponsor a kupuna or request for assistance

    • Lanakila Meals on Wheels, sign up by calling: (808) 356-8519

    • Malama Meals, request online or call (808) 943-6325

    • Special Kupuna Shopping Hours: Foodland, Times Supermarket, Target

      • Costco: Tue, Wed, Thur from 8:00am – 9:00am (only 2 members at a time)

      • Foodland Mililani: Tue, Thur, Sat from 6:00am – 7:00am

      • Safeway Mililani: Tue, Thur, Sun from 6:30am – 9:00am

      • Times Supermaket Mililani: Everyday from 5:00am – 7:00am

      • Target: Wednesdays, first hour of shopping

  • Small Business/Nonprofit Support

  • Testing

    • Call your healthcare provider to determine if you need to get a test and where to get one.
    • Drive-Thru testing sites: Call Premier Medical Group Hawaii at (808) 304-8816 or (808) 367-6020.
    • Queens COVID testing Hotline: (808) 691-2619
  • Worker Support

Corona Virus

What's OPEN in Mililani?

Updated April 22, 2020

  • Banks and Financial Institutions – the branches below are open

    American Savings Bank Phone (800) 272-2566

    • Mililani Shopping Center

      • 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Monday – Thursday

      • 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Friday

      • 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM Saturday

    • Mililani Town Center

      • 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Monday – Friday
    • Kupuna hour, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM, everyday

    Bank of Hawaii, Phone (808) 625-7180

    • Mililani Kipapa

      • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Monday - Friday

      • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Saturday

    • Kupuna hour, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Monday – Saturday

    Central Pacific Bank, Phone (808) 625-8855

    • Mililani Town Center

      • 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM Monday - Thursday

      • 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM Friday

      • 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM Saturday

    • Kupuna hour, 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM, Monday to Friday

    First Hawaiian Bank, Phone (808) 623-1111

    • Mililani Shopping Center

      • 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM, Monday - Thursday

      • 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM, Friday

      • 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM, Saturday

    • Kupuna hours, 8:30 AM – 930 AM Monday – Friday; 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Saturday

    HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union, Phone (808) 625-5999

    • Mililani Shopping Center

      • 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Monday-Thursday

      • 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM Friday

      • 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Saturday

    • No kupuna hour

    Territorial Savings Bank, Phone (808) 627-1431

    • Mililani Town Center

      • 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday - Thursday

      • 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM Friday

      • Closed Saturdays

    • Kupuna hour, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

  • Grocery and Food Stores

    Costco Waipio

    • NOTE: only 2 people will be allowed to enter per membership card

    • 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM Monday - Friday

    • 9:30 AM - 7:00 PM Saturday

    • 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

    • Kupuna hours: 8:00am – 9:00am, Tue, Wed, & Thur

    Foodland Mililani

    • 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM

    • Kupuna hours: 6:00 AM – 7:00 AM, Tue, Thur and Sat

    Safeway Mililani

    • 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM

    • Kupuna hours: 6:30 AM – 9:00 AM, Tue and Thur, Sunday

    • Tip: Store is pretty good from 6am to 12pm, it gets pretty busy after lunch time

    Times Supermaket

    • 5:00 AM – 12 midnight

    • Kupuna hour: 5:00am – 7:00am everyday

    Walmart Mililani

    • 7:00 AM – 8:30 PM

    • Kupuna hour: 6:00 AM – 7:00 AM Tuesday

  • Restaurants - All restaurants are take-out only, please call for operating hours

    Mililani Town Center

    • Baskin Robbins, (808) 623-9999

    • California Pizza Kitchen, (808) 379-3650

    • Chili’s, (808) 627-0888

    • Cookie Corner, (808) 625, 3884

    • Five Guys, (808) 312-3407

    • Genki Ramen, (808) 623-7828

    • Jack in the Box, (808) 625-2811

    • Jamba Juice, (808) 627-1849

    • Jersey Mike’s, (808), 627-1500

    • Maru Hi, (808) 623-5848

    • McDonald’s Walmart, (808) 625-0583

    • Ninja Sushi, (808) 627-9790

    • Panda Express, (808) 623-8899

    • Pizza Hut, (808) 643-1111

    • Popeye’s, (808) 623-1731

    • Ruby Tuesday, (808) 623-4949

    • Taco Bell, (808) 623-7501

    • Tasty BBQ, (808) 623-0988

    • Thai Village, (808) 744-0384

    • Zippy’s, (808) 623-1110

    Mililani Shopping Center

    • Ba-Le, (808) 623-4447

    • Blazin Steaks, (808) 625-7808

    • Maile Seafood Chinese Restaurant, (808) 623-2221

    • Mililani Restaurant, (808) 625-2000

    • Nagoya Ramen, (808) 625-9999

    • Papa Murphy’s, (808) 724-0000

    • Rajanee Thai Cuisine, (808) 853-4724

    • Snow Factory, (808) 625-2737

    • Subway, (808) 625-7070

    • Sushiman, (808) 625-5775

    • The Shack Mililani, (808) 627-1561

    Mililani Marketplace

    • Freestyle Café, (808) 800-6856

    • L&L Drive-Inn, (808) 623-8886

    • Papa John’s, (808) 627-7272

    • Po Sing Chinese Kitchen, (808) 623-9878 Closed until April 21

    • Subway, (808) 627-0999 Closed until April 21

    Mililani Mauka

    • McDonalds, (808) 630-2000

    • Poke Stop, (808) 626-3400

    • Taps & Apps, (808) 626-8277

    • Gyu-Kaku, (808) 600-5848

    • Wingstop, (808) 628-9464

    • Saito & Pho, (808) 626-6622

    • Rise & Shine Cafe, (808) 260-9312

    • Subway, (808) 888-5538

    • L&L Hawaiian BBQ, (808) 626-8828

    • Sugar Coated Hawaii, (808) 625-2253 Closed 😔

    • Dominos Pizza, (808) 888-0030

    • Infinitea, (808) 888-2988

PERMITTED ACTIVITIES OUTSIDE THE HOME

Mask Needed

MASKS NOW MANDATORY. Beginning April 20, the use of non-medical face masks is now required if you're heading into an essential businesses or work in one. See the list below which activities require masks.

Get Groceries

Get Groceries

Mask Needed
Get Food (takeout only)

Get Food (takeout only)

Mask Needed
Get Medicine

Get Medicine

Mask Needed
Get School Help or Keiki Meals

Get School Help or Keiki Meals

Mask Needed
Care for Family or a Friend

Care for Family or a Friend

Get Healthcare

Get Healthcare

Mask Needed
Get Hardware Supplies

Get Hardware Supplies

Mask Needed
Visit the Bank

Visit the Bank

Go to an Essential Job

Go to an Essential Job

Mask Needed
Volunteer Work

Volunteer Work

Mask Needed
Outdoor physical activities, staying 6-feet apart

Outdoor physical activities, staying 6-feet apart

Walking your dog

Walking your dog

Riding TheBus and TheHandivan

Riding TheBus and TheHandivan

Mask Needed
Childcare Facilities (mask required for children ages 5 and over)

Childcare Facilities (mask required for children ages 5 and over)

Mask Needed
Home Service Providers (plumbers, electricians, yard maintenance)

Home Service Providers (plumbers, electricians, yard maintenance)

Mask Needed
Exercise in the Ocean (swimming, solo paddling, surfing)

Exercise in the Ocean (swimming, solo paddling, surfing)

NEW LIMITATIONS ON OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES

  • Beach 🏝

    can only access the ocean waters. No lounging, sitting, standing, running, walking on the sand.

  • Boating ⛵️

    only two persons per boat allowed. Additional persons allowed if part of the same household sharing the same address.

  • Hiking 🥾

    only two persons allowed on state trails. Additional persons allowed if part of the same household sharing the same address. View open trails here.

  • Fishing 🎣

    only two persons allowed to fish. Additional persons allowed if part of the same household sharing the same address.

Corona Virus

COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can I leave my home?

    You may leave your home to pick up essential items such as groceries or food, prescriptions, and gas. If you leave your home, practice social distancing measures and keep six feet between you and those around you.

  • Can I visit my family members?

    Governor's stay-at-home order strongly urges all Hawaii residents to remain in their homes. Staying at home protects you, your neighbors, and family members from spreading COVID-19.

  • What are the symptoms for COVID-19?

    Common symptoms include dry cough, fatigue, low-grade fever, body aches, nasal congestion, and sore throat. Some people infected with the virus have no symptoms. However, COVID-19 can occasionally cause more severe symptoms like high fever, severe cough, and shortness of breath, which often indicates pneumonia.

  • How does the virus spread?

    COVID-19 spreads mainly from person-to-person between people who are in close contact with one another (within 6 feet). This occurs through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Coronavirus can also spread from contact with infected surfaces or objects. For example, a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose, or possibly their eyes.

  • How many people have COVID-19?

    The numbers are changing rapidly. The most up-to-date information is available from the Hawaii State Department of Health, World Health Organization, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Johns Hopkins University.

  • Where can I get help?

    You can call 2-1-1 for any information and community resources on COVID-19, Monday – Friday from 7:00 am – 10:00 pm. Call your healthcare provider if you are feeling ill. Visit the Hawaii State Department of Health for the most up-to-date guidelines and orders.

  • Who can get tested for COVID-19?

    Not everyone needs to be tested. Call your healthcare provider to determine if you meet the criteria for testing (exhibiting symptoms plus exposure to an individual with COVID-19 or recent travel). See the map below for the nearest screening sites but call ahead before making unnecessary visits.

  • Where do I get tested?

    See the map below for the nearest screening sites but call ahead before making unnecessary visits.

Trish La Chica

Trish La Chica has spent the last 12 years fighting for affordable health care and immigrant and racial justice. From being an investigative journalist fighting corruption in the Philippines to advocating for legislation to improve the health and quality of life of Hawaii's keiki and families, Trish has dedicated her entire career fighting against unjust systems and policies. Now a mom raising two young kids with her husband Cricket in Mililani, Trish is fighting even harder, for the future of her children and the future of her community.

Learn more about her and her priorities here.