Current Situation in Hawaii

There have been 647 cases of COVID-19 identified in Hawaii. Of those cases, 13% have required hospitalization, and 586 (91%) were residents. 

Update: COVID-19 is spreading globally, nationally, and now locally. While the majority of cases identified in Hawaii have been introduced into our state by travelers, especially Hawaii residents, we all need to practice social distancing (i.e., maintaining at least 6 ft distance or 2 arm’s length from others) as well as other important infection prevention measures (e.g., wash hands, clean surfaces regularly) to prevent widespread community transmission. Social distancing can reduce the spread of disease, prevent our healthcare system from being overburdened, and protect the most vulnerable members in our community from infection.  If you get sick, please stay home—get rest and drink plenty of fluids. If you are older or have an underlying medical condition and become ill, call your doctor.


Hawaii COVID-19 Cases

Cumulative totals as of 12:00 noon on May 28, 2020


COVID-19 Positive* Cases

Total Cases647 (3 newly reported)
Released from Isolation† 604
Required Hospitalization83

By County

COVID-19 Positive* Cases

Total Cases82 total
Released from Isolation† 82
Required Hospitalization1
Total Cases417 total
Released from Isolation† 397
Required Hospitalization58
Total Cases20 total
Released from Isolation† 19
Required Hospitalization1
Total Cases118‡ total
Released from Isolation†106
Required Hospitalization22
HI Residents diagnosed outside of HI10 total
Required Hospitalization1
County Pending0 total

*Positive cases include presumptive and confirmed cases, and Hawaii residents and non-residents; data are preliminary and subject to change. Note that CDC provides case counts according to states of residence.

Includes cases that meet isolation release criteria (Isolation should be maintained until at least 3 days (72 hours) after resolution of fever and myalgia without the use of antipyretics OR at least 10 days have passed since symptom onset, whichever is longer). (The cases that have died and one case that has left the jurisdiction have been removed from these counts).

One case is a Lanai resident whose exposure is on Maui Island and who will be remaining on Maui Island for the interim. 

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Hawaii COVID-19 Map

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As the number of cases increase, the number of cases represented by each color may change. Please check the map legend for the current map’s breakdown.  

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Hawaii COVID-19 Epi Curve

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Hawaii COVID-19 Confirmed Cases by Age Group

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Hawaii COVID-19 Testing

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Hawaii COVID-19 Cases’ Race Compared to State Population

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