April 30, 2021 COVID-19 Update: 118 Cases (84 O‘ahu, 14 Maui, 5 Hawai‘i Island, 12 Kaua‘i, 3 Out-of-State)
The state Department of Health reports that there were 118 additional COVID-19 cases reported in Hawai‘i on Friday, including 84 on O‘ahu, 14 on Maui, five on Hawai‘i Island, 12 on Kaua‘i, and three in Hawai‘i residents diagnosed while out of state. There were a total of 1,145 cases logged over the past two weeks, 186 of them in Maui County
“If the landlord fails to bring this property into compliance by the end May, Maui County will deploy employees or an assigned representative to remove waste, trash, and derelict vehicles from the property. Taxpayers should know that cost of clean-up will be billed to the landowner. Failure to pay the bill within 30 days will result in filing of a lien.”
The Hawai‘i Department of Health is urging anyone who attended a recent youth football tournament on the mainland to get tested for COVID-19 and to quarantine. Teams involved in the Pylon Mecca 7v7 tournament played games in Utah and Nevada.
Maui nonprofit Love The Sea embarked on a Hard to Reach “H2R” coastal cleanup of Kahakuloa on Tuesday, April 27, 2021. During the half-day cleanup, volunteers recovered 4,700 pounds of plastic pollution from a four-mile stretch of Maui’s northwest coastline.
Maui Humane Society will be sending shelter animals from the doghouse to the penthouse as the top fundraisers will earn a VIP night with a shelter dog at Four Seasons Resort Maui, Fairmont Kea Lani and Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort.
Keālia Pond National Wildlife Refuge and Friends of Keālia Pond National Wildlife Refuge are partnering to support the Chronolog project, a nation-wide citizen science project that encourages visitors to document natural changes throughout the refuge.
The percentage of burglary cases did not change from the week before when six incidents were also reported. Vehicle thefts decreased 62 percent from the week before when eight incidents were reported. Vehicle break-ins decreased 17 percent from the week before when six incidents were reported.
There are 13 COVID-19 clusters identified in Maui County, according to an updated report issued today, Thursday, April 29, 2021. This includes: nine in the travel/lodging/tourism sector, two at food suppliers, and two from social gatherings.
What you need to know about Maui Post-Arrival Testing and Inter-County Travel: Requirements differ between trans-Pacific travelers and those who are in Hawaiʻi and plan to travel to Maui from another county.
April 29, 2021 COVID-19 Update: 122 Cases (79 O‘ahu, 26 Maui, 4 Hawai‘i Island, 6 Kaua‘i, 7 Out-of-State); 1 Death on Kaua‘i
The state Department of Health reports that there were 122 additional COVID-19 cases reported in Hawai‘i on Thursday, including 79 on O‘ahu, 26 on Maui, four on Hawai‘i Island, six on Kaua‘i, and seven in Hawai‘i residents diagnosed while out of state. There were a total of 1,116 cases logged over the past two weeks, 189 of them in Maui County.
Maui’s Riley “The Perfect Storm” Dutro takes on Iowa’s Eric Shelton in an upcoming event on Saturday, May 8 at 1 p.m. HST. Dutro makes his Caged Aggression XXXI debut and is looking for his 15th professional win.
In commemoration of 100 years of serving its customers and communities on Maui, Moloka‘i, and Lāna‘i, Hawaiian Electric is recognizing 21 non-profit organizations across the county with a total contribution of over $11,000.