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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ZIP Code Maps
Update for October 20, 2020: Today brings 91 new cases, which is middle of the road, lately.
- On Oahu, with 61 new cases, Waikiki (96815) grows to 53 cases, Mililani (96789) drops below 10 cases, Waianae (96792) climbs six cases to 130.
- On Maui, with two new cases, Wailea-Makena/Kula/Wailua (96790) logs at least 1 new case.
- On Kauai, with no new cases, no map changes. (Two active cases remain hidden in Hanalei/Princeville.)
- On Hawaii Island, with 24 new cases, Ocean View (96737) rises to 17 cases, Hilo (96720) drops to 64 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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