The Hawaii COVID-19 Case Map shows specific locations based on published media reports of case locations, primarily businesses and public facilities. The map displays all historic cases with dates of publication, and thus does not necessarily represent current, active cases.
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Update for Nov. 3, 2020: Happy Election Day? 89 new cases today. The DOH seems to have raised several ZCTAs from the dead, turning them from gray (no data because of a population below 1,000) to normal cells again. We’ll see if they stay undead!
- On Oahu, with 73 new cases, Waimanalo (96795) rises to 14 cases. Top spots Waianae (96792), Waipahu (96797) and Kapolei/Ewa Beach (96706) see cases rise to 124, 122, and 80 cases respectively. One formerly gray (population under 1,000) ZCTA returns from the dead, Kunia (96759) with 1-10 cases, and a fragment of MCBH (96863) is merged with Kailua (96734).
- On Hawaii Island, with 7 new cases, Six ZCTAs also return from the under-1,000 dead with zero reported cases. Kailua-Kona (96740) rises to 109 cases.
- On Kauai, with one new case, Kapaa/Wailua (96746) logs at least one new case. Three formerly gray (under-1,000) ZCTA’s get their color back, white, for zero cases.
- On Maui, with three new cases, no map changes, as Lanai (96763) rises to 101 cases.
Hawaii COVID-19 ZIP Code Maps are based on the Hawaii State Department of Health Disease Outbreak Control Division’s “Current Conditions in Hawaii” Tableau dashboard, and include a ZIP Code overlay provided by the Hawaii Geographic Information Coordination Council. There is also an archive of these images.
These maps are produced as a public service for Hawaii residents and local media.
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