Hawaii reports 735 COVID cases, 7 new deaths

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HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) reports 735 new coronavirus cases, and seven new deaths on Sunday, Sept. 12.

There are 484 coronavirus cases on Oahu, 111 on the Big Island, 56 on Kauai, 57 on Maui, five on Molokai, and 22 diagnosed out of state.

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That brings the state total to 71,891.

The state death toll rises to 660.

  • A man who lives on Kauai who was in his 70s with underlying conditions died at the hospital.
  • A woman who lives on Kauai who was in her 70s with underlying conditions died at the hospital.
  • A woman who lives on Maui who was in her 60s with underlying conditions died in the hospital.
  • A woman who lives on the Big Island who was in her 70s with underlying conditions died at home.
  • A man who lives on Oahu who was in his 20s with no underlying conditions died at home.
  • A man who lives on Oahu who was in his 40s with underlying conditions died at the hospital.
  • A man who lives on Oahu who was in his 60s with underlying conditions dies at the hospital.

Hawaii stands at 64.9% of vaccinated residents.

Here is an in-depth breakdown from the DOH’s website:

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