HAWAI‘I COVID-19 JOINT INFORMATION CENTER DAILY NEWS DIGEST Nov. 27, 2020Posted on Nov 27, 2020 in COVID-19, COVID-19 News Releases, Latest Department News, Newsroom
Department of Health:
Three Additional Deaths Reported Today
DOH reported an additional three(3) COVID-19 deaths today. All were from Honolulu, had underlying conditions and had been hospitalized. Two were male, one between the age of 60-69 years old and the other between 70-79 years old. The other was female, between the age of 70-79 years old.
This DND includes cases reported up until Wednesday night at 11:59 p.m.. Full data is posted on the State COVID-19 dashboard and on the DOH Disease Outbreak & Control website at noon each day. hawaiicovid19.com/dashboard
Hawai‘i COVID-19 Counts as of 11:59 p.m. Nov. 25, 2020
|Island of Diagnosis||New Cases||Reported since
(including new cases)
|HI residents diagnosed outside of HI||7||210|
++ As a result of updated information, two cases on O‘ahu were removed from the counts.
Hospitalizations as of 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 25, 2020 – Hawai‘i-2, Maui-2, O‘ahu-56, Kauai-0
Department of Public Safety:
Mass Inmate Testing Continues
Over the Thanksgiving holiday, 82 re-test results received from the surge testing currently underway at the Waiawa Correctional Facility (WCF), found13 positive and 69 negative cases. The total number of positive inmates stands at 162 with one (1) inmate in the hospital. The remainder of the inmate population has been placed in quarantine. Also, one (1) WCF staff member tested positive out of 50 results received, bringing the total number of positive cases among staff members to 11. DOH is conducting contact tracing.
DOH testing of O‘ahu Community Correctional Center (OCCC) inmates and staff is ongoing. The two (2) OCCC inmate test results received were negative. There are no OCCC inmates in the hospital. For more information on PSD’s planning and response efforts to COVID-19:
Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority:
8,116 Passengers Arrive on Tuesday
Yesterday, a total of 8,116 people arrived in Hawai‘i from out of state. A total of 4,420 people indicated they came to Hawai‘i for vacation. There were also 952 returning residents. The trans-pacific passenger arrival numbers are derived from data provided by the Safe Travels digital system.
Safe Travels Hawai‘i Program:
Program overview: https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel/
Email: [email protected]
Call Center Number: 1-800-GO-HAWAII
COVID-19 Expanded Dashboard (Tables, Charts, and Visualizations):
Safe Travels Digital Platform:
Trans-Pacific Passenger Arrivals Statistics:
Rest, Test, Enjoy! Voluntary visitor post-travel test: https://www.kauai.gov/visitorposttest
Resident post-travel test: https://www.kauai.gov/residentposttest
Maui County travel and COVID-19 information:
To report violators: (808) 244-6400 or [email protected]
Hawai‘i County COVID-19 webpage:
Critical infrastructure and medical travel request: https://survey123.arcgis.com/share/e2f4ce19aa854964a8fd60bec7fbe78c
To report violators: 808-935-3311
City & County of Honolulu:
Honolulu COVID-19 webpage: oneoahu.org
Interisland passengers arriving on O‘ahu are not subject to the mandatory quarantine.
To report violators: 808-723-3900 or [email protected]
Hawai‘i COVID-19 Joint Information Center