Maui Coronavirus Updates

COVID-19 Drive Through Testing in KAHULUI on THURSDAY; and in HANA on FRIDAY

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Drive through testing sites are being offered in Kahului in Central Maui on Thursday, April 9; and in the East Maui Community of Hāna on Friday, April 10, 2020.  The first two hours of the Kahului clinic are reserved for first responders and health care workers.  The news comes on the heels of a confirmed cluster of 15 workers with Maui Health that tested positive for COVID-19.

NOTE: Attending this screening is a medical visit and is allowed within the rules of quarantine (so the public can feel reassured its okay to attend).  The screening is FREE and not everyone that visits will proceed to testing–this is dependent on the clinician screening patient upon entering. If you proceed to testing, registration will ask for ID and insurance IF THEY HAVE insurance. This is because samples will be billed through insurance WITH NO COPAY to the patient. Insurance is NOT REQUIRED for participation.  No doctors requisition is needed.

KAHULUI Testing for First Responders/Health Care Workers – THURSDAY, April 9

  • The County of Maui is coordinating drive-through testing with Dr. Scott Miscovich of Premier Medical Group for first responders and healthcare workers
  • The first two hours, between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. are reserved for testing of first responders and health care workers. Employees must bring their work ID.
  • Starting at 10 a.m., testing will be open to the general public.  Entry will be from Wahine Pio Avenue.
  • The Drive Through testing site will be located at Keopuolani Park.

Individuals will be screened on-site. First responders and healthcare workers should present their work IDs for screening.

All participants are asked to:

  • Remain in their vehicles
  • Bring a valid ID
  • Be prepared to fill out informational sheets
  • Bring an insurance card if possible (however, there will be no charge, co-pays or deductible fees)

Testing for Hāna will take place on FRIDAY, April 10

  • Drive through testing for COVID-19 is scheduled for Hāna residents on Friday, April 10 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Testing for the general public in Hāna begins at 9 a.m.
  • The FIRST HOUR of testing between 8 and 9 a.m. is dedicated to essential workers of Hāna (including police, fire medics, Hāna Health Clinic personnel, MEO drivers and others.
  • After first responders, the highest priority is to make sure for those who have traveled outside of Hāna in the past 2-3 weeks are tested.  Mayor Victiroino said individuals who live in three generation households will also be given priority for testing in the Hāna area.
  • Testing is a joint effort with the County of Maui and Dr. Scott Miscovich of Premier Medical Group.

According to Premier Medical Group, priority for testing will be given to those who are:

  • Have symptoms
  • Have traveled outside of Hana within the last 2-3 weeks
  • Live in 3-generation households.
  • All participants are asked to:
  • Remain in their vehicles
  • Bring a valid ID
  • Be prepared to fill out informational sheets
  • Bring an insurance card if possible (however, there will be no charge, co-pays or deductible fees)

Hawaiian Airlines Books Complimentary Flights for Health Professionals


Twenty-five health care workers, including doctors, medical assistants, nurse practitioners and volunteers with Premier Medical Group in Honolulu traveled to Kahului this afternoon to deliver medical care associated with COVID-19 response efforts in Maui County.

Premier Medical Group physicians, who have conducted COVID-19 screenings throughout O‘ahu and were on Moloka‘i yesterday, arrived on Maui this afternoon in response to a cluster of COVID-19 cases reported at Maui Memorial Medical Center.

Hawaiian Airlines reports that they will be providing drive-through health screenings on Maui over the next two days. “The group is among more than 75 medical professionals who have booked complimentary Hawaiian Airlines Neighbor Island flights in the first week of a new travel program being offered by the carrier during the month of April to help healthcare providers statewide fight the disease,” according to information provided by the airline.


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