Isolated island crew at remote camp in Northwestern Hawaiian Islands sees coronavirus pandemic for 1 …

Isolated island crew at remote camp in Northwestern Hawaiian Islands sees coronavirus pandemic for 1st time

Isolated island crew at remote camp in Northwestern Hawaiian Islands sees coronavirus pandemic for 1st time | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

CHARLIE THOMAS/HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES VIA AP

In this June 23 photo provided by Charlie Thomas, seabirds fly over a field camp on Kure Atoll in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Cut off from the rest of the planet since February, four environmental field workers are back, re-emerging into a society changed by the coronavirus outbreak.

NAOMI WORCESTER/HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES VIA AP

In this March 2 photo provided by Naomi Worcester, a crew of workers unload gear as they arrive on Kure Atoll in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, one of the most remote places on Earth. Cut off from the rest of the planet since February, four environmental field workers are back, re-emerging into a changed society by the coronavirus outbreak.

MATT SAUNTER/HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF LAND ANS NATURAL RESOURCES VIA AP

In this March 12 photo provided by Matt Saunter, Matt Butschek II, right, and Charlie Thomas, prepare for field work at Kure Atoll in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, one of the most remote places on Earth. Cut off from the rest of the planet since February, they are back, re-emerging into a society changed by the coronavirus outbreak.

MATT SAUNTER/HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF LAND ANS NATURAL RESOURCES VIA AP

In this March 12 photo provided by Matt Saunter, Matt Butschek II, left, Charlie Thomas, center, and Naomi Worcester clean up fishing nets at a field camp on Kure Atoll in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.



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