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13 new COVID-related deaths, 112 new infections recorded in Hawaii, DOH reports

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HONOLULU -- The Hawaii State Department of Health Hawaii (DOH) reported 13 new deaths related to COVID-19 and 112 new infections on Thursday. The total number of deaths stands at 932.

The latest death toll follows a roller coaster of reported deaths that began with consecutive double-digit totals over the weekend followed by consecutive days with zero deaths reported.

Statewide test positivity over the last seven days is 1.7% -- Honolulu County is 1.6%, Hawaii County is 2.5%, Maui County is 1.8%, and Kauai County is 3.1%.

Since the start of the pandemic, there have been 84,690 total infections to date.

The new infections on each island stands as follows:

  • Oahu: 57
  • Hawaii Island: 28
  • Maui: 18
  • Kauai: 7
  • Molokai: 0
  • Lanai: 0

There were two new cases reported from out-of-state visitors.

There have been 1,604 COVID cases reported in the last 14 days and 4,779 cumulative hospitalizations – 71.5% of the population is fully vaccinated and 81.7% of state residents have had at least one dose. More than 103,000 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%