One new Big Island case of COVID-19 reported, statewide total now 644 cases

After three days of no new COVID-19 reports in the state of Hawaii, one new case on the Big Island brings the statewide case count to 644.

The City and County of Honolulu remains the site of the highest number of cases, with 414 reported so far.


Hawaii County’s total is now at 82 cases. Of those, 81 have been released from isolation, according to DOH. One required hospitalization.

The total for Maui County remains the same at 117. Kauai County’s total remains at 20.

Hawaii’s statewide case total includes 10 residents diagnosed outside the state.

The statewide death toll from coronavirus-related illness remains at 17, with 11 on Oahu and six on Maui. That’s a 2.7% fatality rate for the state.


The number of statewide cases requiring hospitalization is 83.

There have been 600 cases statewide that have been released from isolation, according to DOH.

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