HONOLULU (KHON2) — The State Department of Health announced 24 new COVID-19 cases in Hawaii, bringing the state total to 175 on March 29.
As for those in the ‘recovered’ threshold, 10 more people were added to Sunday’s update. This brings the total to 49.
The DOH defines the recovery data as people who have been released from isolation and who are not likely to pose a risk to others.
Of all the cases, a total of 12 people have required hospitalization. No new cases have been added in Sunday’s update. As for deaths, no one has died in connection to the outbreak.
Here’s the breakdown of total cases:
8 (1 new)
4 (1 new)
|Honolulu||110 (11 new)||6 (0)||116 (11)|
|Kauai||7 (1 new)||5 (0)||12 (1)|
|Maui||16 (4 new)||4 (0)||20 (4)|
|HI residents diagnosed outside of HI||2 (0)|
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