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News Releases from Department of Health | Hawai‘i COVID-19 Daily News Digest June 29, 2020

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Department of Health:COVID-19 Case Count Reaches 900With two (2) additional O‘ahu cases today, 27 on Sunday, and six (6) on Saturday, Hawai‘i has a total of 900 coronavirus cases since reporting began in late February.

Both of the new cases today are associated with a known case and both adults are in isolation.Hawai‘i COVID-19 Counts as of 12:00 noon, June 29, 2020Island of DiagnosisNew CasesReported since2/28/2020(including new cases)Total Released from Isolation*O‘ahu2638505Hawai‘i08784Maui0120111Kaua‘i03720Moloka‘i022Lana‘i000Residents Diagnosed outside HI016 Unknown Residency00 Total2900 Total released from isolation 722Deaths018 * Includes cases that meet isolation release criteria.  Laboratory* Testing DataThere were 3,433 additional.

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