Among the new cases was one on Lanai.
Approximately 1,374 people in Hawaii have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past two weeks.
State epidemiologist asks people to avoid the temptation of Super Bowl parties.
Further testing will determine by Friday if it’s the U.K. variant, whose prevalence could make it harder to achieve herd immunity.
The state has seen an average of 89 new cases recorded daily this week.
No new fatalities were recorded Monday.
Midwives say they’ve been so busy that they’ve sometimes had to turn away clients.
The department says that Dr. Sarah Park, criticized for her leadership during the pandemic, left the department the last day of 2020.
Maui continues to have the highest rate of positive tests at 3.9%, down from 4.4% Thursday.