COVID-19 Coronavirus Information

Covid19 Information

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  1. Mayor Victorino clarifies today's reported COVID-19 case count for Maui County

    Today 44 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Maui County. DOH reports 19 cases are from the Maui Community Correctional Center cluster, nine cases attributed to a Pacific Islander cluster and seven resulting from a bar and restaurant cluster. Read on...
  2. Puamana Beach Park to remain closed indefinitely

    Puamana Beach Park will remain closed indefinitely due to erosion safety concerns and to protect exposed Hawaiian burials, the Department of Parks and Recreation announced. Read on...
  1. Mayor supports DOE approval of public school graduation ceremonies

    The State Department of Education announced yesterday approval of outdoor in-person commencement exercises this spring for public schools. Specific health guidelines such as limiting attendance and mandatory mask wearing are required. Read on...
  2. Mechanical problems lead to trash collection delay in Haiku areas

    Mechanical problems delayed collection of trash in Haiku areas this morning, the Department of Environmental Management announced. Trash will be collected for affected residents on Saturday, Feb. 27. Read on...
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Maui Nui Strong

To learn more about County of Maui programs, financial assistance and other information on COVID-19, visit MauiNuiStrong.net.

Maui Nui Strong

List of approved hotels/motel accommodations for visitors subject to the 10-day quarantine requirement.

County of Maui COVID-19 Call Center


The call center will operate during normal business hours from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. 
The phone number is (808) 270-7855.

The call center is available to answer questions relating to COVID-19 in Maui County. Individuals willing to offer supplies, help and resources are also encouraged to call.