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0 new COVID-related deaths, 38 new infections recorded in Hawaii, DOH reports

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HONOLULU -- The Hawaii State Department of Health Hawaii (DOH) again reported no new deaths related to COVID-19 and just 38 new infections on Tuesday. The total number of deaths remains at 916. This is the second consecutive day with no new COVID deaths following 20 recorded over the weekend.

Statewide test positivity over the last seven days is 1.7% -- Honolulu County is 1.5%, Hawaii County is 2.5%, Maui County is 1.7%, and Kauai County is 3.2%.

Since the start of the pandemic, there have been 84,402 total infections to date.

The new infections on each island stands as follows:

  • Oahu: 14
  • Hawaii Island: 13
  • Maui: 3
  • Kauai: 9
  • Molokai: 0
  • Lanai: 0

There were no new cases reported from out-of-state visitors.

There have been 1,641 COVID cases reported in the last 14 days and 4,756 cumulative hospitalizations – 71.4% of the population is fully vaccinated and 81.3% of state residents have had at least one dose. Nearly 96,000 residents have also received their COVID-19 booster shot. 

The percentage of completed vaccinations per county stands as follows:

  • Honolulu County: 74%
  • Hawaii County: 67%
  • Maui County: 64%
  • Kauai County: 67%