Honolulu, Hawaii 2022-06-28 03:54:28 –
Honolulu (KHON2) — The Hawaii Pandemic Applied Modeling Work Group, which uses public data to provide COVID information, has announced that it will not provide further forecasts and updates after Monday, June 27.
According to previous reports, cases of Omicron BA.2 variants are slowly declining, and hospitalization is slowly being watched.
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According to the HIPAM workgroup, models of routine cases show a steady decline in cases on both Oahu and the Big Island.
Maui shows a plateau and Coweye has seen an increase in cases over the past few weeks.According to the report
Kauai cases may be from people who are already infected with COVID.
HIPAM estimates that most reinfections occur more than 6 months after the initial COVID infection.
HIPAM has produced these reports in collaboration with the University of Hawaii’s Applied and Computational Epidemiology Studies.
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They are working on what will happen in the coming years with COVID-19 in Hawaii, which is expected to be available this week.
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