No new Maui cases for about week and a half; state rises 2 today
State health officials reported two new COVID-19 cases in the state today, one each on Big Island and on Oahu.
With the new cases, Hawaii County ticked up to 79 and Honolulu County rose to 416. Kauai County stayed at 21 cases.
Maui County, which remained at 117, has gone about a week and a half without new COVID-19 cases. The last time the county reported a case was May 9.
Overall, the state rose today to 643 cases, 10 of whom were Hawaii residents diagnosed outside the state.
Out of the total cases, 82 people have required hospitalization. There have been 578 people released from isolation.
There have been 17 deaths in the state, with 11 on Oahu and six on Maui.
State Department of Health COVID-19 case tracking began Feb. 28.