LIHU‘E — Yesterday, Kaua‘i District Health officials announced two new positive cases of COVID-19, both related to inter-island travel. This brings the active case count to four, and the cumulative total to 51.
The adult two cases announced Tuesday are unrelated to each other and unrelated to cases announced earlier this week. All four active cases remain in isolation and have not required hospitalization.
Contacts of the new cases have been notified, quarantined and offered a test, according to the county.
State health officials reported 118 new cases on Tuesday, the majority on O‘ahu, four on Maui and two on Hawai‘i Island.
Since February, the state has identified 3,756 cases statewide. Of those, 7% have required hospitalization, and 34 have resulted in death.