Dr. David Ulin with Today’s Maui Health COVID-19 Update

April 10, 2020, 9:29 AM HST · Updated April 10, 9:29 AM

A radio segment featuring executives and doctors with Maui Health runs daily at 7:19 a.m. on KPOA 93.5 FM.  The series providing updates and answers questions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Today’s guest is Dr. David Ulin, Chief Medical Director at Maui Health.  Dr. Ulin spoke with KPOA’s Shane Kahalehau, discussing the difference between rapid testing and testing done at pop-up drive-through sites, mask usage, how many COVID-19 positive cases have since recovered, and if the virus can survive in ocean waters where people surf and swim.

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The schedule for the week of April 6 to 10 includes the following: *(Subject to change).

  • Monday, April 6: Mike Rembis, Chief Executive Officer, Maui Health
  • Tuesday, April 7: Jim Diegel, Chief Strategy Officer, Maui Health
  • Wednesday, April 8: Lisa Paulson, Director of Strategic Communications, Maui Health
  • Thursday, April 9: Dr. Ben Thompson, Behavioral Health: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Pacific Permanente Group.
  • Friday, April 10: Dr. David Ulin, Chief Medical Director, Maui Health

Past interviews can be accessed by clicking the links below:

  • Monday, March 30: Mike Rembis, Chief Executive Officer with Maui Health
  • Tuesday, March 31: Lisa Paulson, Director of Strategic Communications with Maui Health
  • Wednesday, April 1: Mike Rembis, Chief Executive Officer with Maui Health
  • Thursday, April 2: Dr. Lee Weiss, Regional Director of Emergency Medical Services
  • Friday, April 3: Dr. David Ulin, Chief Medical Director at Maui Health

*Note: KPOA 93.5 FM is part of the Pacific Media Group family of radio stations.  Pacific Media Group is the parent company of Maui Now.


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