Hawaii COVID-19 Data
Hawaii COVID-19 Summary Metrics
Learn more about these metrics, why they are important and how they are calculated.
Hawaii COVID-19 Vaccine State Progress (back to top)
Hawaii COVID-19 Complete Vaccine Data (back to top)
Where are the most COVID-19 cases and testing happening in Hawaii? (back to top)
How is Hawaii Doing at Flattening the Epidemic Curve? (back to top)
How many of the cases were related to Travel? (back to top)
How do Hawaii’s counties compare to one another? (back to top)
How many people are being tested per day? (back to top)
Which groups are most affected by COVID-19 mortalities? (back to top)
What proportion of COVID-19 Cases are being reached in a timely manner? (back to top)
Learn more about understanding case investigation metrics.
What are the Ages, Gender, and Outcomes of COVID-19 Cases? (back to top)
Which age groups have been most affected? (back to top)
Which racial and ethnic groups have been most affected? (back to top)
Are people following mask wearing recommendations? (back to top)
Hawaii COVID-19 Probable Cases (back to top)
May 19, 2021
On May 18, 2021, 1,623 probable cases were added to our total case counts. The majority of these are historic cases and are not recent cases; they were reported between March 2020 and May 2021. Going forward, both newly reported confirmed and probable cases will be included in total case counts and not reported on a separate table here.
Hawaii Metrics for School Reopening (back to top)
October 19, 2020
The Hawaii Department of Health has partnered with schools, school nurses, pediatricians, and other partners as they work to apply school learning model thresholds in their communities. Based on the feedback received, the Department of Health has published new thresholds and guidance on a new School Guidance page.
Long-Term Care Facilities Reporting Cases of COVID-19 in the Past 14 Days, Hawaii 2021 (back to top)
May 28, 2021 (Updated weekly on Fridays by 12:00 Noon)
Cases reported to the Hawaii Department of Health within the last 14 days and identified as having exposed staff and/or residents in the facility. The period of 14 days aligns with current cluster definitions used by the Council for Outbreak Response: Healthcare-Associated Infections and Antimicrobial-Resistant Pathogens (CORHA). Due to differences in methodology, validation, and reporting time periods, these data may vary from data reported by National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN).
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Hawaii Weekly COVID-19 Cluster Report (back to top)
May 13, 2021
Hawaii’s Cluster Reports have a new home and have moved off the Data Page and onto their own Cluster Reports page on May 13, 2021.
Hawaii Variant Report (back to top)
June 9, 2021
The State of Hawaii has conducted viral genome sequencing on a fraction of the positive specimens that are collected every week. Using this data and an additional number of viral genomes generated by CDC and its commercial partners, we generate a biweekly report highlighting the prevalent variants in the State of Hawaii and in each of the Hawaii counties.