Hawaii COVID-19 Data
There have been 27358 cases of COVID-19 identified in Hawaii. Of those cases, 7% have required hospitalization, and 25857 (95%) were residents.
Hawaii COVID-19 Summary Metrics
Learn more about these metrics, why they are important and how they are calculated.
Hawaii COVID-19 Vaccine Administration (back to top)
Hawaii COVID-19 Maps (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? (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)
February 18, 2021 (Updated weekly on Fridays by 12:00 Noon)
Probable cases are individuals who have a positive antigen test result, or are symptomatic and are epidemiologically-linked to a confirmed case of COVID-19 but have not had confirmatory testing performed. Probable cases are not included in counts of confirmed cases. These data are preliminary and subject to change.
|Antigen Positive Probable Cases||Other Probable Cases||Total Probable Cases||Change from previous week|
|Out of state||6||6||12||1|
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 2020 (back to top)
February 18, 2020 (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).
|Facility Name||Facility Type||County|
Hawaii Weekly COVID-19 Cluster Report (back to top)
February 4, 2021
A disease cluster refers to multiple cases of a disease occurring at one time, in one geographic location, or among people with the same or similar shared exposures. Public health officials investigate and study disease clusters because they can provide important information about how diseases are transmitted between individuals and among groups of people; information which can then be used to identify risk factors, inform official recommendations, design interventions, and implement policies to prevent, mitigate, and stop the spread of that disease in communities. This report summarizes COVID-19 clusters that have been identified through statewide case investigation and contact tracing efforts and are actively under investigation within the State of Hawai‘i during the specified reporting week.
This report will be uploaded every Thursday, by 1pm, unless that Thursday falls on a holiday, then it will be uploaded the following day.