The state has seen an average of 89 new cases recorded daily this week.
No new fatalities were recorded Monday.
Many locals, still unemployed in the pandemic, are getting stuck as they try to secure extended benefits from federal COVID-relief packages.
There’s a lot more information available about COVID-19 cases, but people still want to know how many people in the state are testing positive each day for the virus.
Roughly 4,500 people were diagnosed with COVID-19 in Hawaii in January.
No deaths were reported.
The proposal calls for reopening interisland — and then mainland travel — to people who have been vaccinated for COVID-19.
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.