No new fatalities were reported, leaving the state’s COVID-19 death toll at 416.
State health officials said it was the largest fine they could recall for a longterm care facility.
Among the new cases was one on Lanai.
The unidentified inmates appeared in court and later tested positive for COIVD-19, a jail official said.
Health care administrators argued the bill, drafted in response to the deadly outbreak last year at a Hilo facility, could make health care slower.
The lieutenant governor says vaccines will allow the state to move faster toward normalcy and will allow more visitors to travel to the islands.
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.