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Twenty COVID-19 Cases Under Investigation at Iwilei Homeless Shelter

The State and City and County of Honolulu is working with the Institute for Human Services Sumner’s Men’s Shelter in Iwilei to isolate and quarantine individuals at the shelter, as 20 cases in connection with the shelter were brought under investigation.
August 13, 2020

BREAKING: Maui Health Care Worker and Two Patients Test Positive for Covid-19

As of noon today, Maui Health has confirmed that it has one health care worker and two patients at Maui Memorial Medical Center who have tested positive for COVID-19.
August 13, 2020

Maui COVID-19 Contact Tracers Encounter Guilt, Fear of Being Identified

The District Health Office on Maui is reporting some pushback in their contact tracing efforts from individuals who have expressed fear of being identified on Social Media or in the community.
August 13, 2020

Maui Threshold for Closures Revised Upward

Maui Mayor Michael Victorio said any closures "would really depend on a number of factors," but narrowed the scope to a sustained period of seven days of double digit increases in Maui County.
August 13, 2020

BREAKING: 355 New COVID-19 Cases (O‘ahu 343, Maui 7, Hawai‘i Island 4, Kaua‘i 1)

Two O‘ahu men, both over 60-years-old are the latest COVID-19 related deaths reported in Hawai‘i. There are a total of 355 newly diagnosed cases today, a record single day case count since the beginning of the pandemic. This includes 85 cases that are part of a cluster at the O‘ahu Community Correctional Center facility.  Today's case count includes 343 cases on O‘ahu, seven on Maui, four on Hawai‘i Island and one on Kaua‘i. 
August 13, 2020

BREAKING: Additional 70 OCCC Inmates, 7 Corrections Officers Test Positive for COVID-19

In all, approximately 110 inmates were tested Tuesday with 70 testing positive and 40 negative.  Another 63 inmates were tested yesterday and those test results are pending.
August 13, 2020

Accumulation of COVID-19 Cases on Maui Expected to Show in Upcoming Reports

County and state officials are projecting a bump in COVID-19 cases reported Maui in the coming days as the state Department of Health is expected to release data accumulated over the past week.  
August 13, 2020
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