553 New Hawaii COVID-19 Cases: 8/31

In the latest COVID-19 report from the Government of the Aloha State, there are 553 new cases bringing the total cases to date to 63,502. Of those total cases, 3,506 required hospitalization.

Today there are 432 people hospitalized across our state with COVID-19. 378 of the cases (88%) are unvaccinated, and their bodies are having a very difficult time fighting this new virus, per Hawaii Lt. Gov. Josh Green.

63.1% of the total population has been fully vaccinated.

The total cases reported in the past 14 days was 11,045.

Total deaths to date are 589.


Hawai‘i’s 10-day mandatory self-quarantine remains in place for all trans-Pacific passengers. Travelers entering the state from the U.S. and its Territories who have been fully vaccinated in the United States (including its Territories) may bypass quarantine without a pre-travel test. The vaccination record document must be uploaded to Safe Travels and printed out prior to departure and the traveler must have a hard copy in hand when arriving in Hawaiʻi. The State of Hawai‘i will also accept vaccine records that are digitally validated by Digital Health Pass Partners (AZOVACLEAR and CommonPass). Travelers who use one of the State’s partners to link their digitally validated vaccine records with Safe Travels may enjoy expedited processing at the airport (no secondary visual inspection of paper vaccine records). Travelers who were fully vaccinated in Hawai‘i are already eligible for this exception.

More information here.

Previous New Hawaii COVID-19 Cases Information.


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