Kaua‘i continues to see rising COVID-19 case counts after holidays

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    Lihu‘e Kaua‘i War Memorial Convention Hall Manager Lenny Rapozo signs for a shipment of COVID test kits Monday. “We can’t run out,” he said.

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    Cars waiting for COVID tests being administered by Lihu‘e Pharmacy form a line that overflowed the back parking lot behind the Target store and encroached on the main Kukui Grove Center parking lot Monday. A security guard directing the traffic flow said the typical wait time was about three hours.

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    Families and individuals are next in line as hundreds are lined up around the parking lot at the Nomi Health tent in the Waiakea Center on Hawai‘i Island Monday.

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    People wait in line for COVID-19 testing from TrueCare24 at Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium in Hilo on Hawai‘i Island Monday.

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    A woman waits in line for COVID-19 testing near the Nomi Health tent at the Waiakea Center on Hawai‘i Island Monday.

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    Hundreds of people wait in line for COVID-19 testing at Nomi Health at Waiakea Center on Hawai‘i Island Monday.

LIHU‘E — Kaua‘i continues to see three-digit COVID-19 case counts, recording 104 new infections on Monday, according to the state Department of Health Kaua‘i District Health Office.

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