3 Deaths, 85 New Hawaii COVID-19 Cases as Hospitalizations Break 100: 7/28

In the latest COVID-19 cases report from the Government of the Aloha State, 85 new Hawaii COVID-19 cases were reported bringing the total to 41,069 (up 0.2% from the previous day). To date, 1,829,568 COVID-19 tests have been conducted with 39,014 resulting in a positive reading and marking today’s positivity rate at 4.9%.

The Department of Health issued a statement saying that due to an electronic lab reporting system interruption, the COVID-19 case count reported today is only a partial count. The issue has been addressed and lab reports should be caught up over the next 24 hours. The July 29 case count will include cases from both July 27 and the July 26 cases that were not included in today’s tally.

Currently, the average daily cases is 184.4. There were a total of 2,185 cases reported in the past 14 days. Total deaths to date are 532 (1.3%). At present, there are 103 people hospitalized due to COVID-19, 13 more than yesterday.


To avoid mandatory quarantine, the Vaccination Exception Program is an option for those who have been vaccinated in Hawai‘i, until July 8 when it extends to those vaccinated in the United States. Details at HawaiiCOVID19.com/travel/faqs.

The state of Hawai‘i will ONLY accept Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT) from a certified Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CLIA) lab test results from TRUSTED TESTING AND TRAVEL PARTNERS, including any tests verified through the State’s Digital Health Pass partners – CLEAR and Common Pass. For the full list of Domestic trans-Pacific, International and airline partners, go to TRUSTED TESTING AND TRAVEL PARTNERS.

Previous New Hawaii COVID-19 Cases Information.


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