LIHUE, Hawaii (KHON2) — Two new infections of COVID-19 were reported on Kauai, according to the Kauai District Health Office on Sunday, Nov. 1.
Health officials reported that both individuals were close contacts identified through a contact tracing investigation related to other active cases and were already in quarantine.
One case is a male visitor to the island and the other is a female resident.
A contact tracing investigation is underway for these two cases. However, officials said that they are not expecting a lot of people to be identified since the two were already under a quarantine order by the Department of Health.
As of Sunday, the island has six active cases, which brings Kauai’s total case count to 66 and one probable case.
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