2 new cases of COVID-19 Saturday

LIHU‘E — Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported by the state Department of Health Kaua‘i District Health Office on Saturday.

The two cases are both adult female residents. One case is related to inter-island travel and the other is community-acquired. Contacts are being identified, directed to quarantine and offered testing.

Saturday’s cases bring the number of active cases of COVID-19 on Kaua‘i to 14, with 250 cumulative cases. Kaua‘i’s cumulative case count includes 215 confirmed locally, two probable, and 33 positive cases diagnosed elsewhere, as they received their pre-travel test results after arriving on island.

3 Comments
  1. nobody April 25, 2021 8:18 am Reply

    By statistics we should ban local residents from travel.


  2. Lucky Luck April 25, 2021 9:48 am Reply

    2 new cases reported, and apparently no hospitalizations, possible no symptoms, just positive tests for Covid.

    This would mean that at approximately 2 weeks after they became positive they also certainly became Immune to the Covid virus, and as well certainly Non-contagious. The innate, inborn, intelligence of their Immune Systems guarantee this.

    And thus they are already, if the 2 weeks of their Immune Response process has gone by, they are both of them Herd Immune, the very condition that eliminates further spread of the virus and spells the end of the virus in the population.

    And of course it nullifies any need of fear of the virus, fear that is magnified by people being kept uninformed of the incredible abilities of their immune system organized and coordinated by their nervous system.

    There is no mention if these 2 women risked taking the vaccine, so they must not have, so they will be on their way to, natural self made internal Immunity to the Covid virus as well as being Non-Contagious. Result of self immunity and is probable if not positive proof of lifetime immunity, compared to the risk of needing booster shots added to risks associated with the manmade laboratory vaccines and their ill side effects and fatal outcomes.

    Thus these 2 people no matter their age or physical condition or health have naturally, so to speak, “opted out” of being anymore susceptible to getting the virus in a risky manner, that is grave illness, and as well they are or will be soon in a matter of days no longer able to spread the virus to others reducing the fear factor of contagion to their usual contacts and shopping passers by.

    Hooray to these 2 women making a positive healthy impact on the island. Congratulations are in order, MAHALO, from the rest of us, we should be so lucky.


  3. Thomas Reed April 25, 2021 11:28 pm Reply

    2 new cases reported, and apparently no hospitalizations, possible no symptoms, just positive tests for Covid.

    This would mean that at approximately 2 weeks after they became positive they also certainly became Immune to the Covid virus, and as well certainly Non-contagious. The innate, inborn, intelligence of their Immune Systems guarantee this.

    And thus they are already, if the 2 weeks of their Immune Response process has gone by, they are both of them Herd Immune, the very condition that eliminates further spread of the virus and spells the end of the virus in the population.

    And of course it nullifies any need of fear of the virus, fear that is magnified by people being kept uninformed of the incredible abilities of their immune system organized and coordinated by their nervous system.

    There is no mention if these 2 women risked taking the vaccine, so they must not have, so they will be on their way to, natural self made internal Immunity to the Covid virus as well as being Non-Contagious. Result of self immunity and is probable if not positive proof of lifetime immunity, compared to the risk of needing booster shots added to risks associated with the manmade laboratory vaccines and their ill side effects and fatal outcomes.

    Thus these 2 people no matter their age or physical condition or health have naturally, so to speak, “opted out” of being anymore susceptible to getting the virus in a risky manner, that is grave illness, and as well they are or will be soon in a matter of days no longer able to spread the virus to others reducing the fear factor of contagion to their usual contacts and shopping passers by.

    Hooray to these 2 women making a positive healthy impact on the island. Congratulations are in order, MAHALO, from the rest of us, we should be so lucky.


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