Coronavirus Statistics in Hawaii

Total Confirmed

2763 cases

+172 in the past day

Weekly New Cases

+898 new

reported in past 7 days

Total Deaths

27 deaths

due to coronavirus

Worst County


with 878 weekly new cases

County Total Cases New cases (week) Total Deaths New deaths (week) Fatality Rate
Out of HI2314.35%

Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in Hawaii by County






Visualization courtesy of HawaiiData Collaborative

Predictive Model for Confirmed Cases in Hawaii


Confirmed Cases

Predicted Cases

This is an experimental model, guessing what might happen in the future. A post will be written soon about the different algorithms the model uses.

Coronavirus Situation in Hawaii

As of the last official state update on 8/5/20, there have been 2763 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state of Hawaii, of which 27 cases have ended in death. The state of Hawaii has seen an increase of 898 cases in the past 7 days. Honolulu county had the greatest increase in COVID-19 cases with an increase of 878 cases. Social distancing guidelines continue to be implemented statewide through June 30, 2020. As the state begins to reopen, the Department of Health has announced an increased testing capacity of 3,620 tests per day in four counties.

COVID-19 in Hawaii Quick Facts

How many confirmed COVID-19 cases are there in Hawaii?
There have been 2763 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Hawaii.

How many deaths in Hawaii due to COVID-19?
There have been 27 deaths due to COVID-19 in Hawaii.

How many new cases of COVID-19 were reported since the last update in Hawaii?
172 new COVID-19 cases were reported on 8/5/20.

What percent of the population of Hawaii has been infected?
Approximately 0.19558% of Hawaii's population has been infected with COVID-19.

How accurate are these Hawaii COVID-19 statistics?

The Hawaii coronavirus statistics presented here rely on a high testing rate and successful contact tracing efforts.

When was the first case of COVID-19 reported in Hawaii?

The first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Hawaii was on March 6, who was a passenger on the Grand Princess who had returned to Hawaii.

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Read more at the following websites:

Hawaii Emergency Proclamations
Hawaii Department of Health
Hawaii COVID-19 Website