Hawaii sees 2 new coronavirus-related deaths and 77 new cases – Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Hawaii health officials reported 2 coronavirus-related deaths and 77 new COVID-19 infections statewide today, bringing the overalls since the start of the pandemic to 215 deaths and 14,911 cases.
Both of the most recent deaths were on Oahu.
The departments main state death toll consists of 168 deaths on Oahu, 30 on Hawaii island, 16 on Maui, and one Kauai resident who died on the mainland. The Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency stated today that the Big Islands COVID-19 death toll is now at 40, nevertheless, state health officials now have yet to validate coronavirus as a consider 12 of those Big Island deaths.
The U.S. coronavirus death toll is over 228,000 today.
Todays brand-new infection cases include 60 on Oahu, two on Lanai, eight on Hawaii island, one on Kauai, and 6 Hawaii residents detected out of state. As an outcome of upgraded info, one case from Maui was recategorized to Lanai.
Todays overall coronavirus cases by island because the start of the outbreak are 13,013 on Oahu, 1,246 in Hawaii County, 404 on Maui, 97 on Lanai, 64 on Kauai, and 17 on Molokai. There are also 70 Hawaii citizens detected beyond the state.

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Since today, 3,014 infections are thought about active cases statewide, with an overall of 11,682 clients now classified by health authorities as “released from isolation,” or 78% of those contaminated, according to the states official count. The classification counts those contaminated individuals who have actually met the criteria for being released from seclusion. Officials reported 77 new releases today.
Honolulu has seen 10,357 clients released from seclusion, Hawaii County has had 887 releases and Maui has actually seen 384 clients released.
Of all the confirmed Hawaii cases, 1,090 have required hospitalizations, with nine brand-new hospitalizations reported today by state health officials.
Two hospitalizations in the statewide count are Hawaii citizens who were identified and dealt with outside the state. Of the 1,088 hospitalizations within the state, 963 have actually been on Oahu, 65 on the Big Island, 59 on Maui, and one each on Lanai, Molokai and Kauai.
Oahu relocated to the less-restrictive Tier 2 of Mayor Kirk Caldwells four-tier financial recovery strategy on Oct. 22, and should remain in that tier for 4 weeks. To move to Tier 3 no earlier than Nov. 19, Oahu must preserve a seven-day typical case count of 49 or less cases, and a seven-day average positivity rate of 2.49% or lower for 14 consecutive days at the end of the four-week duration. Todays seven-day average case count is 50 and the positivity rate was 2% for Oahu.

Todays overall coronavirus cases by island because the start of the break out are 13,013 on Oahu, 1,246 in Hawaii County, 404 on Maui, 97 on Lanai, 64 on Kauai, and 17 on Molokai. As of today, 3,014 infections are thought about active cases statewide, with a total of 11,682 clients now categorized by health officials as “launched from seclusion,” or 78% of those contaminated, according to the states official count. To move to Tier 3 no earlier than Nov. 19, Oahu must keep a seven-day average case count of 49 or fewer cases, and a seven-day average positivity rate of 2.49% or lower for 14 consecutive days at the end of the four-week duration. Todays seven-day typical case count is 50 and the positivity rate was 2% for Oahu.

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