Kaua‘i DOH: one new case of COVID-19

LIHU‘E —The Kaua‘i District Health Office reported one new case of COVID-19 on Wednesday.

The case is a male resident who received a negative pre-travel test result as part of the state’s Safe Travels program, but took a voluntary post-travel test which was positive.

All active cases are in isolation and one person is hospitalized.

Kaua‘i now has 13 active, on-island cases and a cumulative total of 95. Kaua‘i’s cumulative total includes 85 confirmed on-island cases, one probable case, and nine are confirmed positive cases with tests performed out-of-state/off-island but reported after arrival/return to Kaua‘i.

For more information visit kauai.gov/COVID-19.

2 Comments
  1. John November 19, 2020 11:19 am Reply

    Who are these MORONS that continue to travel at the height of a pandemic? Airplanes have become Covid petri-dishes; it’s like begging to get infected. No sympathy!


  2. Jamie Rainbow November 19, 2020 6:02 pm Reply

    We are at a precipice, I know people are tired, but don’t do it, hang in there for the vaccine. I want to come back to Kauai so bad, I weep for my home for I truly am only happy on Kauai. I have the money and I have the time, but no. It is time to get on your big person pants and say no, it will stop now, stay home this Thanksgiving and spread the cheer not the virus.

    Mahalo,
    Have a blessed thanksgiving all

    Jamie


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