HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Hawaii Department of Health reports two coronavirus deaths, and 123 new COVID-19 cases on Nov. 22.
There are 96 coronavirus cases on Oahu, 14 on Big Island, six on Kauai, four on Maui, and two residents diagnosed out of state.
As a result of updated information, one case on Oahu was removed from the counts.
That brings state total to 17,220.
The death toll stands at 233.
The Kauai District Health Office reports their four cases are three residents and one visitor that were all travel related. All four had negative pre-travel tests before arriving. One case was detected through Kauai’s resident post-travel testing center at the Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall.
Kauai has 23 confirmed active cases all of which are in isolation. One case remains hospitalized. There are 99 people in health department-directed quarantine. Kauai now has a cumulative case count of 113, of which 100 are confirmed locally, one is a probable case, and 12 are positive cases that were diagnosed elsewhere-with tests taken on the mainland whose positive results did not arrive until they were on Kauai.
Here is an in-depth breakdown:
- Hawaii County: 1541 (14)
- Honolulu: 14,794 (96)
- Kauai: 97 (6)
- Maui: 484 (4)
- Lanai: 106
- Molokai: 17
- Pending/Unknown: 0
- HI Residents Diagnosed outside of HI: 181 (2)
- Required Hospitalization: 1,255 (16)
- Deaths: 233 (2)
- Cases in the past 14 days: 1,340
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