Hawaii reports 73 new COVID-19 cases as health officials include probable infection counts.
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Hawaii sees 73 total coronavirus cases as state health officials begin including probable infections to counts.
There was a sharp rise in the state’s total coronavirus case count after health officials today added in 1,638 probable infections that were recorded since the start of the pandemic.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Honolulu field office welcomed a forensic scientist and new leader recently with the arrival of Special Agent in Charge Steven B. Merrill.