The DOH reports that 76.1% of the state population has had one dose of vaccination, and 68.0% have completed full vaccination. On Maui, the DOH reports that 72% of the total population in Maui County has initiated a vaccine, while 61% have completed a full course of vaccination.
Of the 7,789 confirmed cases documented in Maui County over the course of the pandemic, Wailuku has the most current infections on island over the past two weeks with 83 cases. Kahului has 77 cases, followed by Kīhei with 63. The three locations are included in the dark blue category (51-200 cases) on DOH mapping.
Areas in the medium blue category (11-50 cases over two weeks) include: Lahaina with 43 cases, Makawao with 39 cases, Kula with 38 cases, Haʻikū with 19 cases, Molokaʻi with 31 cases, and Spreckelsville with 20 cases.
Other areas of Maui Island have low rates of infection ranging from 0-10 cases over two weeks. The new cases today bring the cumulative total of cases to 79,851 (confirmed and probable) statewide, reported since Feb. 28, 2020.
The cumulative total of cases in Maui County is 7,789 confirmed cases over the course of the pandemic. To date, there have been 184 confirmed cases on the island Molokaʻi, 136 on Lāna‘i and 7,469 on Maui.
There are 7,789 confirmed cases documented in Maui County over the course of the pandemic, plus an additional 1,706 probable cases, bringing the total cases attributed to the county to 9,495.
Cluster report: Updated Weekly (Sept. 30, 2021)
*Next cluster report is due out on Oct. 14, 2021 in the afternoon.
The state Department of Health released its updated weekly cluster report, detailing information on COVID-19 cases in certain settings.
The cluster report, which covers the period through Sept. 30, 2021, identified 22 active clusters in Maui County. There are six clusters in the travel/lodging/tourism sector; five in educational settings; two clusters each at construction/industrial sites, food suppliers, and other occupational settings; and one cluster at a restaurant. There are also four clusters in other settings.
The report does not show how many of the infected individuals have recovered. While general categories have been identified, health officials have said that they don’t typically identify specific locations of clusters unless there is an “imminent health threat.”