80 new COVID-19 cases, with 3 on Maui
State health officials reported 80 new infections today, three of which are in Maui, bringing Hawaii’s total since the pandemic’s start to 10,779.
The new cases include 71 on Oahu, seven on Hawaii island and three in Maui County. Due to updated information, one case from Oahu was removed and another Oahu case was recategorized to Maui, according to the state Department of Health.
Overall cases include 9,723 on Oahu, 594 on Hawaii island, 378 in Maui County and 58 on Kauai. Twenty six residents have been diagnosed out of the state.
As of today 6,987 infections are considered active, with 3,693 patients, or 33 percent of those infected, classified as “released from isolation.”
There have been 636 hospitalizations in the state and 99 fatalities linked to COVID-19, including 86 on Oahu, nine on Maui, three on Hawaii island and one Kauai resident who died on the Mainland.