Cosmetic Surgeon General Jerome Adams got a citation for breaking coronavirus policies while in Hawaii, where he was helping the state react to its outbreak.The broad view: Honolulu police have actually released 10s of thousands of coronavirus citations in recent weeks, notes Civil Beat. Hundreds of those cases have actually already been dismissed.These citations are misdemeanors punishable by up to a year in jail and a $5,000 fine if found guilty.Honolulu has a population of approximately 350,000. The citation is dated Aug. 23: “Observed ADAMS in Kualoa Regional Park with two other males standing, taking a look at the view taking photos,” wrote the officer who gave Adams the citation.”They moved to the center of the park to take more photos. ADAMS put his mask on as he walked back toward their automobile.””ADAMS mentioned he is checking out here to deal with the guv for COVID. ADAMS stated he did not understand the parks were closed and might not be there.”His court date is set for Oct. 21, and his case stays listed as active, per the court site.Adams joined Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell on Aug. 25 to announce the closure of lots of organizations in response to the islands growing break out, per the Honolulu Civil Beat. The mayor also stated that parks, beaches and tracks will remain closed.The bottom line: As coronavirus offenses go, this one is really minor. It joins a long list of instances in which Trump administration officials have not followed the guidelines that everyday Americans are being asked to follow.