- Notes, data anomalies, and official cautions for Hawaii
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- Last updated March 5, 2021 2:30 pm ET
New tests (Notes)Total PCR tests (test encounters)
- Oct 7: On October 7, 2020, Hawaii stopped reporting Total PCR tests (people) and Total PCR tests (specimens) and began reporting Total PCR tests (test encounters). Due to this we cannot continue reporting Total PCR tests (people) and Total PCR tests (specimens), however the time series for the metrics are available in the historical data, and our data downloads.
We calculate daily changes based on the data states report each day. Some states report new cases, tests, and deaths using other methods. Please consult official state data sources for more information. We chart “New tests” using different units across jurisdictions, because not all states and territories report tests in the same units. Learn more about total test units and see what we chart for each jurisdiction in our total tests documentation.
We do not have a complete dataset for every metric in every state. If we have data for less than 30% of the past 90 days for a given metric, you’ll see a warning instead of a chart for that metric.
All the data for these charts is available for download. You can also review tabular national data on our US historical data page and data for each state and territory on the individual state or territory’s overview page.
Viral (PCR) testsHawaii viral (PCR) testing Historical data
Viral (PCR) tests (HHS data)
Antigen testsHawaii antigen testing Historical data
Warning: Antigen reporting may significantly understate the true number of tests administered
Antibody testsHawaii antibody testing Historical data
HospitalizationHawaii hospitalization Historical data
Hospitalization (HHS data)
OutcomesHawaii outcomes Historical data
Long-term care (LTC)Hawaii long-term care data
from LTC facilities4%
Vaccinations administered through the Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program
Race & ethnicity data
We compute the number of cases and deaths per 100k people for each race and ethnicity.
These numbers show the scale of outcomes compared to the size of each group’s population. These are not the number of cases or deaths, rather the proportion of each demographic group who have been affected.
Race & ethnicity: cases per capita
(All data is calculated)
Race & ethnicity: deaths per capita
(All data is calculated)
* Based on <10 deaths among members of this race/ethnicity. Interpret with caution.
Our latest tweets about Hawaii
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The number of hospitalized COVID-19 cases is falling nearly everywhere in the country. (Among the outliers: Hawaii and Vermont numbers are quite small, and Kansas's data regularly bounces around.)
January 27, 2021
At publish time, we had no updates from 7 of the 56 states and territories we track: AR, CT, KS, MI, MP, RI, and WA. Seven additional states did not report current hospitalizations today: HI, MN, MS, NV, OK, OR, and WI.
January 3, 2021
Every state’s single-day record for new cases has been since November 1, except Hawaii. (Though it's important to remember how limited testing was, especially in the spring.)
December 21, 2020
Only 4 states—HI, ME, NH, VT—have fewer than 100 people per million hospitalized with COVID-19. South Dakota and Nebraska have the most people hospitalized per capita, with North Dakota, Illinois, and Indiana close behind.
November 24, 2020
Today's numbers do not include a complete update from North Dakota and Hawaii.
November 11, 2020