Hawaii health officials reported the deaths of three residents on Sunday, along with 82 new cases of COVID-19.

Sunday’s cases included 59 on Oahu, nine on Maui, 10 on the Big Island and four residents diagnosed out of state. Two of the deaths were on Oahu and one was on Maui.

The official state death toll from the virus is 410.

Hawaii is currently in phase 1b of the vaccine rollout plan, which includes seniors 75 and older, first responders and other essential workers.

Reporting Lag

Across the state, 2.2% of people tested during the past week have been confirmed to have COVID-19. On Oahu, that figure was 2.6% and in Maui County, it was the highest at 3.6%.

Approximately 75 people are hospitalized for COVID-19, with 20 people in intensive care units and 15 using ventilators.

For more information, check this Hawaii Department of Health COVID-19 site or this state site, and the Hawaii Data Collaborative COVID-19 Tracking site. The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency also provides this comprehensive dashboard.

Cases, Deaths And COVID-19 Testing In Hawaii

25,853
COVID-19 Cases
410
Deaths
987,475
Tests performed

Honolulu’s 7-Day Averages

Tier 2
Current Tier*
70
Daily Case Count
2.6%
Test Positivity
Source: The City and County of Honolulu
* The current case numbers and test positivity rate may not correlate with the metrics set for a specific tier as the county must spend at least four consecutive weeks in a tier and meet the metrics for the next tier before advancing, according to the reopening plan. More information of the City and County of Honolulu’s reopening strategy as well as details of the restrictions of Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3 and Tier 4 can be found at oneoahu.org

Hawaii COVID-19 Cases By County

Daily New COVID-19 Cases

Number Of Confirmed COVID-19 Cases In U.S.

COVID-19 Cases Worldwide

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