Partial Count: Hawaii reports 472 COVID-19 cases, 2 new deaths

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HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Hawaii Department of Health reports 472 new COVID-19 cases and two new deaths on Wednesday, Aug. 11.

Wednesday’s cases are a partial count as a result of an electronic laboratory reporting system the DOH experienced for approximately 20 hours on Monday, August 10 and again on Tuesday, August 11. 

As a result of the interruption, there is a delay in the reporting of cases. DOH officials say they expect test results will be fully updated by Thursday or Friday.

There are 298 COVID-19 cases on Oahu, 79 on the Big Island, 17 on Kauai, 61 on Maui, five on Molokai and 12 diagnosed out of state.

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That brings the state total to 47,848.

The state death toll rises to 545.

The state stands at 60.9% of vaccinated residents.

Hawaii County: 5,035 (79)
Honolulu: 34,291 (298)
Kauai: 682 (17)
Maui: 5,693 (61)
Lanai: 117
Molokai: 102 (5)
Pending/Unknown: 0
HI Residents Diagnosed outside of HI: 1,928 (12)
Required Hospitalization: 2,927
Deaths: 545
Cases in the past 14 days: 6,352

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Probable Cases

  • Hawaii County: 147
  • Honolulu: 924
  • Lanai: 3
  • Kauai: 7
  • Maui: 1,036
  • Molokai: 29
  • HI Residents Diagnosed outside of HI: 74

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