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The state health official reported no new cases this afternoon, the second time in a week the number of Hawaiians has not increased.

Last Friday, no COVID-19 cases were documented, which was the first of such reports since tracking began on 28 February.

Total Hawaii is 637 today; one case was removed from total because of updated information.

The Maui District remains at 117, the Honolulu District at 414, the Hawaii District at 75 and the Kauai District at 21, according to a report today by the state Department of Health.

There are 10 citizens diagnosed outside the state.

Also, 564 has been released from isolation.

Since tracking began, there have been 81 hospitalizations and 17 deaths related to COVID-19.


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