State adds 95 cases of COVID –Big Isle adds 13

The State Department of Health has confirmed 95 new cases of COVID-19 as of its noon report today.  The numbers reflect the count as of Wednesday night at 11:59 p.m.  The State  COVID-19 Joint Information Center says it takes the DOH around 36 hours to compile the numbers and ensure they are accurate, hence the new reporting which reflects numbers from 36 hours earlier.

The State DOH has confirmed 224 deaths from COVID-19.  On the Big Island, 49 people have died.  Only 32 of them are in the State DOH’s official count.

O’ahu has the most new cases, at 70.  There are 6 new cases in Hawaii residents who are out of state, 5 on Maui, and 1 on Kaua’i.  There are no new cases on Moloka’i nor Lana’i.

The Big Island has 13 new confirmed cases, and 156 within the past 14 days, so at least 156 active cases.  A total of 74 people on the island have been hospitalized.

The State’s noon report:

Hawaii

Total Cases: 1,512
Cases in the Past 14 Days:   156
Required Hospitalization:    74
Deaths:    32

 

Kauai

Total Cases: 87
Cases in the Past 14 Days: 19
Required Hospitalization:  6
Deaths:  0

 

Lanai

Total Cases: 106
Cases in the Past 14 Days:     1
Required Hospitalization:     5
Deaths:     0

 

Maui

Total Cases: 468
Cases in the Past 14 Days:   54
Required Hospitalization:   60
Deaths:   17

 

Molokai

Total Cases: 17
Cases in the Past 14 Days:  0
Required Hospitalization:  1
Deaths:  0

 

Oahu

Total Cases: 14,576
Cases in the Past 14 Days:   1,071
Required Hospitalization:   1,086
Deaths:        73

 

Out of state

Total Cases: 170
Cases in the Past 14 Days:  69
Required Hospitalization:    2
Deaths:    2
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