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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Hawai‘i State Department of Health are responding to a pandemic of respiratory disease spreading from person-to-person caused by a novel (new) coronavirus first detected in China in December 2019. The virus has now been detected worldwide, including confirmed cases in Hawai‘i. The technical name for the virus is “SARS-CoV-2”; the disease caused by the virus is called “coronavirus disease 2019,” abbreviated “COVID-19”.

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Managing COVID-19 in Hawai‘i

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Hawai‘i COVID-19 Cases

as of 3/30/2020 at noon*

 New as of
3/30/2020
Reported since
2/28/2020
Total Cases29204
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Residence
HI Residents24169
Non-HI Residents020
Unknown515
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County of Diagnosis
Honolulu16139
Hawaii315
Maui525
Kauai012
HI Residents diagnosed outside of HI02
Unknown26
Released from Isolation
Total released1049
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Risk Factors
Travel6102
Community08
Unknown1865
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*Data are preliminary and subject to change

 

For more detailed data about the counts, click here.

Every Hawaiʻi resident has a role in controlling the spread of COVID-19.

Get practical guidance on protecting yourself and your loved ones.

Communities are the center of the solution.

How workplaces, schools and commercial establishments that welcome the public maintain safe environments.

Protect Hawaiʻi’s most vulnerable populations.

Fast Facts

Illness due to COVID-19
infection is generally
mild, especially for children and young adults.

Some people become
infected but don’t
develop any symptoms
and don’t feel sick.

The percentage of people
who recover from
COVID-19 without
needing special
treatment.

The number of people who
contract COVID-19 and
need hospital care.

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