For a 7th straight day, Hawaii sees a triple-digit increase in COVID cases

The Hawaii State Lab is monitoring for potential cases of a new variant of COVID-19.
The Hawaii State Lab is monitoring for potential cases of a new variant of COVID-19.(Hawaii Department of Health)
Updated: Jan. 11, 2021 at 12:25 PM HST
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HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hawaii saw 172 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, pushing the total number of infections in the state since the pandemic began to 25,513.

It’s the seventh consecutive day Hawaii has seen a triple-digit rise in new cases.

Of the new infections, 108 were on Oahu, 33 in Maui County, 20 on the Big Island and one on Kauai. There were also 10 residents diagnosed with COVID-19 while out-of-state.

Meanwhile, no new fatalities were reported Monday. The death toll from the virus stands at 309.

Here’s a breakdown of cases:

  • 19,306 total cases
  • 1,348 required hospitalization
  • 241 deaths
  • 2,026 total cases
  • 89 required hospitalization
  • 45 deaths
  • 1,310 total cases
  • 78 required hospitalization
  • 18 deaths
  • 106 total cases
  • 5 required hospitalization
  • 0 deaths
  • 25 total cases
  • 1 required hospitalization
  • 0 deaths
  • 167 total cases
  • 7 required hospitalization
  • 1 deaths
  • 573 total cases
  • 3 required hospitalization
  • 2 deaths

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