Hawaii is likely to see more COVID-19 infections as reopening continues, health director says


Hawaii is likely to see more COVID-19 infections as
Hawaii is likely to see more COVID-19 infections as reopening continues, health director says By Rob Shikina rshikina@staradvertiser.com Today


[Local] – Hawaii is likely to see more COVID-19 infections
[Local] – Hawaii is likely to see more COVID-19 infections as reopening continues, health director says


COVID-19Hawaii State Department of Health
Department of Health: 21 News Cases of COVID-19 Reported 21 new positive cases of COVID-19 were reported by DOH on Saturday. Most of those cases were from Hawai’i County – where there was a cluster of COVID-19 cases among the McDonald’s restaurants in Kailua-Kona (see update below).


Hawaii COVID-19 Daily News Digest April 29, 2020
For more tables please visit: https://health.hawaii.gov/docd/ Maui Memorial Cluster Update. As of yesterday, there are a total of 59 COVID-19 positive cases at Maui Memorial Medical Center. DOH is continuing to monitor this cluster which includes 38 staff and 21 patients. Enhanced Sentinel Surveillance Plan


When Will We Know If Reopening States Has Worked or Backfired?
For example, individuals with flu or other respiratory infections can be more vulnerable to COVID-19. We want to avoid dual infections, and that means that we need to have protocols in place for …


3-Month Extension of LA County Stay-Home Order Looks …
As other California regions have seen a decline in the number of reported infections and deaths, L.A. County, California’s most populous county, continues to see upticks in both categories. Nearly 253,000 individuals of L.A. County’s 10 million residents have been checked for the virus and better than one in 10 — more than 32,000 — have …


News Releases from Department of Health | Hawaii COVID-19
Governor’s Office: Mandatory Quarantine for Interisland Travel to be Lifted Effective June 16 Recognizing Hawai’i’s national leadership in controlling the spread of COVID-19, Governor Ige announced the lifting of the 14-day quarantine for interisland travel effective two weeks from tomorrow (Tuesday, June 16, 2020). At an afternoon news briefing at the Daniel K. Inouye International […]


David Y. Ige | Hawaii COVID-19 Joint Information Center …
NO NEW CASES OF COVID-19 LIKELY JUST A LULL. Health Officials Caution Everyone to Remain Vigilant (Honolulu) – Today is the first day since mid-March that the Hawai’i Dept. of Health (DOH) has not reported any new cases. While this is good news, it does not mean, in any way, the end of the COVID-19 crisis.


Hawaii COVID-19 Daily News Digest May 8, 2020
Department of Health: No New Cases Of Covid-19 Likely Just A Lull. Today is the first day since mid-March DOH has not reported any new cases. While this is good news, it does not mean, in any way, the end of the COVID-19 crisis. DOH and State leaders caution that social distancing measures, use of masks when in public places, and frequent hand-washing and sanitization of surfaces must continue


Hawaii COVID-19 Daily News Digest May 21, 2020 – Hawai’i
Hawaii COVID-19 Daily News Digest May 21, 2020. May 21, 2020; by Jackson; … For more tables visit: https://health.hawaii.gov/docd/ … Hawai’i has more than 38,300 COVID-19 tests on hand and is performing an average of 690 tests each day, with test results available the same day or by the next day. The maximum turnaround time is three days.
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