State reports 123 new COVID-19 cases, none on the Big Island

Hawaii health officials Friday reported 123 new cases of COVID-19 as the state’s total case count topped 2,100.

Of the new cases, 119 were on Oahu and four were on Maui, according to the COVID-19 Joint Information Center. Eighteen of the cases were among patients younger than 18.


The new cases announced Friday brings the state’s total case count to 2,111 with Oahu accounting for the majority of the cases at 1,744. Maui County has now recorded 171 cases, Hawaii County 115 and Kauai County 47. Twenty-three residents have tested positive while out of the state.

Of the Hawaii residents who have tested positive for COVID-19, 1,243 of those cases have since recovered and been released from isolation. That includes all of the 115 cases on Hawaii Island.


Statewide, 179 patients have required hospitalization, including four on Hawaii Island.

Of the 26 deaths reported among Hawaii residents since Feb. 28, 19 were on Oahu, six were on Maui and one was a Kauai resident receiving treatment in Arizona at the time he died.

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