Polynesian Cultural Center reopening with limited capacity and activities as officials look ahead to tourism recovery

The Polynesian Cultural Center, a cornerstone of Laie and an economic magnet for the North Shore community, is set to reopen Monday following a 10-month-long closure — one of that last major attractions on Oahu to welcome back visitors after Hawaii tourism was shut down in March due to the corona­virus pandemic.

A full house is expected for the first day, center officials said, although under social-distancing limits that translates to only 260 guests compared to the 2,000-plus who visited on a daily basis before the outbreak.

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