Maui Coronavirus Updates

LIVE STREAM: Maui Health Virtual Town Hall

August 26, 2020, 12:39 PM HST
* Updated August 27, 5:31 AM
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Maui Health hosted a virtual community town hall, Wednesday, Aug. 26, at 3 p.m. HST.

Several members of the Maui Health team answered questions from the community via Facebook Live.

Participants included representatives from administration including CEO, Mike Rembis, community physicians and nursing personnel.

Maui Health also accepted questions via text and through the Facebook Live comment feed. The platform was used to answer community concerns and share information.


Maui County has eight additional COVID-19 cases today for a cumulative total of 311 over the course of the pandemic. Clusters on Maui include at least 20 cases at the Roselani Place assisted living facility and 66 associated with the Maui Memorial Medical Center (as of Tuesday, Aug. 25).


Total infections at the Maui hospital over the past two weeks include 31 patients and 35 health care workers.

This surpasses the first wave of infection at the hospital reported earlier this year when 52 individuals had tested positive.  That cluster was declared “closed” on May 19, 2020.


Dr. Michael Shea. PC: Maui Health Live Stream / Akaku

Dr. Vijak Ayasanonda. PC: Maui Health Live Stream / Akaku

PC: Maui Health Live Stream / Akaku

PC: Maui Health Live Stream / Akaku

PC: Maui Health Live Stream / Akaku

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