HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Department of Health announced on Saturday, April 25, that there are three new COVID-19 positive cases.
This brings the state total to 604.
In a press conference held by the governor, DOH Director Dr. Bruce Anderson said that two of the cases are Oahu residents and one is an Oahu resident diagnosed outside of the state.
As for those who have been released from isolation, 19 more were reported which brings the state total to 482. A total of 68 people have required hospitalization.
A total of 27,572 individuals have been tested in Hawaii as of April 25.
Here is the total breakdown by county:
- Hawaii County – 69
- Honolulu County – 395
- Kauai County – 21
- Maui County – 112*
- Residents diagnosed outside of Hawaii – 7
The DOH says that as a result of updated information, a case previously included in Maui’s count was re-categorized to Honolulu.
For deaths, 14 total have died as a result of COVID-19 in the state.
For more information, visit the DOH website here.
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