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Hawai‘i Coronavirus Total Now 435: Maui Reports State’s 6th COVID-19 Death

Maui has 6 new cases for a total of 54 confirmed positive. Of the 54 cases on Maui, at least 14 have been released from isolation, and 5 have required hospitalization.  Maui Now has a second death, bringing the state total death count related to COVID-19 to six. 
April 08, 2020

BREAKING: “CLUSTER” OF 15 EMPLOYEES WITH COVID-19 AT MAUI HOSPITAL

Maui Mayor Michael Victorino this morning announced a cluster of approximately 15 employees at the Maui Memorial Medical Center have tested positive for COVID-19.
April 08, 2020

‘Ualapu‘e Shaft in East Moloka‘i Tested Positive for E. Coli bacteria; Water Source Remains Safe to Drink

"It is important for residents to note that this detection was in the shaft itself and not in the water source," according to the Department. "The water in the ʻUalapuʻe system (on Molokaʻi) is safe to drink, because it has been disinfected, and no E. coli bacteria have been found in the distribution system."
April 08, 2020

Water Quality Monitoring Suspended, Public Urged to Use Common Sense

Due to the shelter-in-place order from Governor David Ige, the state Department of Health has suspended all routine coastal beach monitoring and will not resume monitoring until the order is lifted. No updated water quality testing information will be available to the public to inform them of personal risk in recreating in the water, "so please use common sense and stay safe," the Department advises.
April 08, 2020

Salvation Army of Maui Helping to Distribute Donations for COVID-19 Response

The Salvation Army of Maui County is providing logistics and redistribution of donated items for COVID-19 response among the various island communities across Maui County. Current needs include donations of shelf-stable and nonperishable food, hygiene product, cleaning supplies and personal protection equipment.
April 08, 2020

Two People who Landed on Maui, Sent Back to California

"There was nowhere where they were going. One of them actually said that they were headed to the homeless resource center," said Mayor Victorino during a press conference on Tuesday afternoon. "So two of them that would have been on the island of Maui, returned home and not clutter up and take assets away from our people here in Maui County," he said.
April 08, 2020

Mayor COVID-19 Update: April 7, 2020, 4 p.m.

Mayor Michael Victorino announced two food distributions taking place Thursday, April 9, to provide bags of produce to individuals impacted by COVID-19 in Wailuku, Kahului and South Maui.
April 07, 2020
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