Efforts to divert arrestees to reduce jail populations and limit the spread of COVID-19 have made some headway.
Two other prisoners were tested, and inmates in three housing pods are now in a precautionary 14-day quarantine.
A housing pod with 119 prisoners is isolated as a precaution after a worker tests positive for COVID-19.
Staff members were treated and released for injuries, and intend to press charges against the prisoners.
Staff say Oahu Community Correctional Center still does not isolate incoming inmates for the full 14-day quarantine.
A $4.5 million project to upgrade video surveillance at Hawaii Community Correctional Center won’t be complete until next year.
Department of Public Safety officials say the first mass testing of a state prison found no cases among the convicts.
Inmates at Hawaii Community Correctional Center set fire to mattresses, plastic chairs and books.
The disturbance was brought under control but some injuries and damage was reported.