Hawaii reports 4th death
Honolulu, HAWAII — Saturday’s COVID-19 numbers reflected a 32 case jump, bringing the state’s total to 351.
Health offcials also reported the states 4th apparent COVID-19 related death.
The fourth death, according to the Department of Health, was an elderly East Oahu man. Officials clarified, saying the man may have been exposed to someone who had recently traveled. The man was hospitalized and he died Saturday morning.
The county by county case breakdown is as follows:
Of Saturday’s new cases, two minors are among those who tested positive. One new case was also a result of community spread, bringing at least 20 community spread cases total.