Updated: December 5, 2023
The Hawaiʻi State Department of Health reported 4,381 new COVID-19 cases for the week of June 30 to July 6, 2022, which is 981 fewer cases than the previous week. There were 20 deaths.
It is the seventh week in a row that case numbers are down.
The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 on July 6 is 155, down 41 from a week earlier. As of July 6, there are 11 people in ICU beds and six people on ventilators with the virus, according to the Hawaiʻi Emergency Management Agency.
- June 30-July 6, 2022: 20 deaths, 4,381 new infections
- June 23-29, 2022: 15 deaths, 5,362 new infections
- June 16-22, 2022: 15 deaths, 5,482 new infections
- June 9-15, 2022: 9 death, 7199 new infections
- June 2-8, 2022: 8 deaths, 8,033 new infections
- May 26-June 1: 6 deaths, 8,124 new infections
- May 19-25: 5 deaths, 8,924 new infections
- May 12-18: 12 deaths, 7,149 new infections
- May 5-11, 2022: 6 deaths, 5,768 new infections
- April 28-May 4, 2022: 10 deaths, 4,249 new infections
- April 21-27, 2022: 11 deaths, 3,370 new infections
- April 14-20, 2022: 17 deaths, 1,736 new infections
- April 7-13, 2022: 8 deaths, 1,327 new infections
- March 31-April 6, 2022: 3 deaths, 1,194 new infections
- March 24-30, 2022: 6 deaths, 1,187 new infections
- March 17-23, 2022: 5 deaths, 827 new infections
- March 10-16, 2022: 14 deaths, 1,092 new infections
The latest weekly count includes 540 cases on Maui, 516 on Hawaiʻi Island, 205 on Kauaʻi, eight on Molokaʻi, one on Lānaʻi, and 279 out of state. There are 2,832 new COVID-19 cases on Oʻahu.
Of this week’s 4,381 cases, there are 3,591 cases identified as confirmed, and 790 probable cases were added to the count. The confirmed cases included: 2,245 on O‘ahu (+587 probable); 388 on Hawai‘i Island (+128 probable); 500 on Maui (+40 probable); 187 on Kaua‘i (+18 probable); eight on Molokaʻi (+0 probable); one on Lānaʻi (+0 probable); and 262 Hawai‘i residents diagnosed while out of state (+17 probable).
The number of “active” cases statewide over two weeks dropped to 8,622 down by 1,399 cases.
Hawai‘i’s COVID-19 deaths increased to 1,524, with 20 new deaths reported over the past week.
*The state Department of Health updates deaths every Wednesday on the DOH Disease Outbreak Control Division data dashboard.
In Maui County, the seven day average for new daily cases is 43.3 per 100,000; or an average of 72 per day over the last week. The countyʻs test positivity rate is 17.9%, and the statewide positivity rate is now 15.1%.
State officials announced a transition plan at the end of April from emergency response to public health management.
Maui Mayor Michael Victorino is calling for the public to use “respectful masking” and practice “COVIDsense” amid the recent hospitalizations on Maui.
As of 9 a.m. on July 6, 2022, the latest data available, there were 21 individuals hospitalized in Maui County with COVID-19, an inecrease of two people from a week ago. Of the 21 hospitalized individuals, five are unvaccinated and 16 are vaccinated (with nine boosted). None of these patients are in the ICU, or on ventilators.
The number of hospitalized remains below both the 41 reported during the height of the delta surge in August 2021, and the previous omicron high of 56 reported on Jan. 28, 2022.
The new cases bring the cumulative total of cases to 313,076 (confirmed and probable) statewide, reported since Feb. 28, 2020.
To date, there have been 1,524 COVID-19 related deaths in Hawaiʻi including: 1,135 on Oʻahu, 145 in Maui County, 198 on Hawaiʻi Island, 34 on Kauaʻi and 12 deaths in residents diagnosed while out-of-state.
COVID-19 Testing Availability on Maui:
Testing on Maui is available at the following locations:
- Lahaina: Lahaina Civic Center | Mondays and Saturdays, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
- Kīhei: 1280 S. Kīhei Road (behind Ace Hardware) | Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
- Kahului: 348 Lehuakona St. (at Maui Marketplace) | Wednesdays & Saturdays, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
- Mauliola Pharmacy at the Cameron Center in Wailuku, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. (Booster shots are also available at the pharmacy, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.)
Additional testing sites throughout the County of Maui are posted here.
Medical advice, treatment options for COVID patients:
Doctors on Call Maui offers information, medical advice, and can discuss treatment options with COVID-19 patients, including those who have self-tested at home. Doctors on Call offers private smartphone or iPhone telemedicine video visits. The telemedicine visits are confidential and covered by insurances. Telemedicine visits are available seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. More information is available at: doctorsoncallmaui.com or call 808-667-7676.
COVID-19 Vaccination Availability:
For a comprehensive listing of Maui County vaccination sites and availability, go to mauinuistrong.info/vaccination-locations.
The vaccine clinic at Maui Memorial Medical Center is available on Fridays from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1 to 4 p.m. to accommodate the booster shot appointments. Additional vaccine sites available during the month are posted here.
In mid June, the US Food and Drug Administration issued emergency use authorization for vaccines for children from 6 months to under 5 years for the children’s version of the Pfizer-BionTech and Moderna vaccine. The CDC said in a news release that all children, including children who have already had COVID-19, should get vaccinated. Vaccination locations in Hawaiʻi for children under 5 will be listed on the vaccine page at hawaiicovid19.com once vaccines arrive.
Children ages 5 through 11 are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 booster shot five months after their initial Pfizer-BioNTech vaccination.
Kaiser Permanente’s Maui Lani Medical Office is offering keiki vaccinations (Pfizer vaccine and booster) for children ages 5 to 11, by appointment. Schedule an appointment for your child via an e-visit on kp.org. Non-members may schedule by calling 808-243-6000 (TTY 711), Tuesday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
22nd COVID-19 Emergency Proclamation; and Maui County Public Health Emergency Rules Available online
- USPS offering 8 free at home COVID-19 tests
- State officials: Indoor masking for Hawaiʻi public schools will remain through summer
- State transitions from emergency response to public health management
- Maui hospital visitor policy updated: two visitors allowed in most patient care areas
- Federal judge throws out CDC transportation mask mandate
- CDC extends travel-related mask mandate to May 3
- Hawaiʻi adopts CDC guidance, allowing additional booster for certain individuals
- Hawaiʻi’s indoor mask mandate expires March 25, 2022
- Safe Travels program ends March 26, 2022
- Maui Memorial Medical Center reinstates allowance of regular visitors
- Honolulu Mayor Blangiardi announces end of the City’s COVID-19 emergency orders
- Mayor repealing Maui County Public Health Emergency Rules, effective March 1, 2022
- Vaccines no longer required to dine-in on Maui, starting Monday Feb. 21, 2022
The Hawai‘i Department of Health transitioned from daily to weekly COVID-19 data reporting effective March 9, 2022. Case counts and vaccination updates are now published every Wednesday.