The official state Department of Health coronavirus-related death toll includes 218 casualties on Oahu, 44 on Hawaii island, 17 on Maui, one on Kauai, and two Hawaii locals who passed away on the mainland. The Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency stated today that the Big Islands COVID-19 death toll stays at 50, but health authorities have yet to verify coronavirus as a consider numerous of those Hawaii island deaths.
The states official coronavirus-related death toll remains at 282 with no new deaths reported today.
The U.S. coronavirus death toll was more than 317,000 today.
Hawaii health authorities today reported 134 brand-new coronavirus infections statewide, bringing the overall considering that the start of the pandemic to 20,351 cases.
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Todays new statewide infection cases reported by the Health Department consist of 104 on Oahu, 13 on the Big Island, 14 on Maui, one on Kauai, and 2 Hawaii locals detected outside the state, officials said.
Oahu moved to the less-restrictive Tier 2 of Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwells four-tier financial healing strategy on Oct. 22. To move to Tier 3 from Tier 2, the 7-day average of brand-new cases must be listed below 50 on two consecutive Wednesdays.
Hawaii health authorities stated that of the states overall infection count, 1,688 cases are considered to be active. Health officials state they consider infections reported in the past 14 days to be a “proxy number for active cases.” The number of active cases in the state increased by 56 today.
The statistics launched today reflect the brand-new cases reported to the department through 11:59 p.m. Sunday.
Today was the 5th straight day of triple-digit new infection counts reported by the state.
Todays seven-day typical case count for Oahu is 105 and the positivity rate is 3.6%, according to Caldwell.
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Of all the verified Hawaii infection cases, 1,413 have needed hospitalizations, with one hospitalization reported today by state health officials.
Oahu relocated to the less-restrictive Tier 2 of Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwells four-tier financial recovery strategy on Oct. 22. The mayors workplace says that to determine whether Honolulu will move to a different tier, the city takes a “weekly assessment” of two key COVID-19 numbers each Wednesday. To relocate to Tier 3 from Tier 2, the 7-day average of brand-new cases should be listed below 50 on two consecutive Wednesdays. The 7-day typical positivity rate should be below 2.5% on those two Wednesdays.
The overall variety of coronavirus cases by island since the start of the outbreak are 17,158 on Oahu, 1,816 in Hawaii County, 913 on Maui, 138 on Kauai, 106 on Lanai, and 22 on Molokai. There are also 326 Hawaii homeowners identified outside of the state.
By island, Oahu has 1,323 active cases, Maui has 178, Big Island has 170, and Kauai has 17, according to the most recent tally. Molokai no longer has an active COVID case.
Hawaii health authorities said that of the states overall infection count, 1,688 cases are thought about to be active. The number of active cases in the state rose by 56 today.