Maui Coronavirus Updates

14 Hawai‘i Health Centers To Receive $3.8 M To Expand COVID-19 Testing, Contact Tracing

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US Senator Brian Schatz (D-Hawai‘i) today announced that 14 health centers across Hawai‘i will receive $3.8 million to expand COVID-19 testing and contact tracing.

“Ramping up testing is critical to reopening our economy,” said Senator Schatz, a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee. “This new federal funding will give our local health centers additional resources to test more people for COVID-19, conduct contact tracing, and help stop the spread in our state.”

The new federal funding, which was part of the latest relief package passed by Congress, will be used by health centers to expand the range of testing and testing-related activities to best address the needs of local communities, including the purchase of personal protective equipment, training for staff, procurement and administration of tests, laboratory services, notifying identified contacts of infected health center patients of their exposure to COVID-19, and the expansion of walk-up or drive-up testing capabilities.

  • Bay Clinic on Hawai‘i Island will receive $418,489
  • Community Clinic of Maui will receive $283,774
  • Hamakua Health Center on Hawai‘i Island will receive $182,389
  • Hāna Community Health Center on Maui will receive $126,904
  • Ho‘ola Lāhui Hawai‘i on Kaua‘i will receive $153,049
  • Kalihi Palama Health Center on O‘ahu will receive $434,254
  • Kōkua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services on O‘ahu will receive $270,199
  • Ko‘olauloa Community Health and Wellness Center on O‘ahu will receive $185,809
  • Lāna‘i Community Health Center will receive $130,714
  • Moloka‘i ‘Ohana Health Care will receive $134,119
  • Wai‘anae District Comprehensive Health on O‘ahu will receive $678,814
  • Waikiki Health on O‘ahu will receive $236,704
  • Waimanalo Health Center on O‘ahu will receive $171,844
  • West Hawai‘i Community Health Center on Hawai‘i Island will receive $356,314


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