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The health department is now reporting the latest COVID-19 cases at a 36-hour lag.
People who don’t wear a mask in most public settings still face a $5,000 fine or up to a year in jail.
A large increase in cases could stress Hawaii’s hospital capacity.
Clinic directors say coronavirus relief funds will help cover testing and contact tracing costs as well as provide families with direct financial relief.
In the last two weeks, people in Hawaii have caught the virus at college parties, elementary and intermediate schools and on shared lunch breaks.
No new deaths were reported.