Hawaii new COVID cases surge to record high number since pandemic began. Hospitalizations highest since January.

Amid an ongoing surge in new infections, overwhelmingly among the unvaccinated, COVID hospitalizations in Hawaii have risen to their highest levels since January.

As of Monday morning, 92 people with COVID were being treated at facilities across the state.

Of those patients, 89 were unvaccinated, health officials said.

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“We went from about 600 active cases about three weeks ago to 2,000,” said Lt. Gov. Josh Green. “When you see that kind of surge in cases, hospitalizations follow.”





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