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There are approximately 2,202 active infections in Hawaii.
In the last seven days, 2.8% of COVID-19 tests statewide have come back positive.
Administrators say they can make space for more patients, but health care workers are concerned about intense workloads and staying safe.
About 6% of tests conducted in the islands in the past 24 hours were positive for COVID-19.
Nearly 4,000 people were diagnosed with COVID-19 in September.
The state has revamped its contact tracing program, but many people with the virus fill out incorrect information or don’t pick up the phone.
The state’s data still doesn’t include a number of deaths from Hawaii island.
No deaths were reported Monday.
Kauai saw a new case for the first time in more than a month.