COVID-19 Coronavirus Information

Mayor Victorino announces broad reopening of businesses and services on June 1st in Maui County

“The people of Maui County have done a tremendous job in reducing the number of COVID-19 cases and taking care of one another,” Mayor Victorino said. “With only a handful of new cases over the past 30 days and continued support from our healthcare workers, I believe we are in a position to allow our local businesses to reopen under health and safety guidelines.

“Businesses should not feel pressured to reopen by June 1, though, and I strongly encourage all of them to take added precautions to prevent any spread of the virus.”

County of Maui COVID-19 Call Center

The call center will operate during normal business hours from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday. 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. For more information, visit and

County of Maui - Public Health Emergency Rules & Resources

Kama‘aina First Website

OED Kaamaina First Local Style

Mayor Michael Victorino announced the official launch of the Office of Economic Development’s Kama‘aina First program website – which helps support local businesses and features discounts for residents impacted by COVID-19.

The website, officially launching Monday, June 1, includes a myriad of kama‘aina offers and discounts on accommodations, activities, restaurants, products, and services by businesses located on Maui, Molokai and Lanai.

New website with Information and Resources for Residents and Businesses

  • COVID19 Maui Nui    County of Maui - Office of Economic Development Opens in new window
    • The website sponsored by the County of Maui, includes: 
    • Latest news and updates from the County of Maui and other agencies. 
    • County, State and Federal programs and funding sources available to assist businesses and residents. 
    • Volunteer opportunities to give back to the community.

Mayor Michael Victorino

My staff and our County personnel continue to have regular video conference calls with the State Department of Health, Governor’s Office and emergency management agencies for status updates and to discuss emergency operations,” Mayor Michael Victorino said.

“We have no indication that shipments of supplies are being impacted by the coronavirus, so we are urging the public to not hoard supplies and remain calm. Residents and visitors are asked to have enough supplies in case they become sick and need to stay home.

  1. Mayor Victorino announces drive-through testing Wednesday, July 22, at Keopuolani Park

    Mayor Michael Victorino announced drive-through testing for COVID-19 on Wednesday, July 22, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Keopuolani Regional Park. Read on...
  2. Emergency Housing Project in Kahului blessed

    Former UH-Maui College dormitory buildings were blessed Tuesday morning for Huliau, a project to make safe housing available for people who’ve fallen into homelessness. “Huliau” means “turning point, time of change.” Read on...
  3. Wells Park Tennis Court Restrooms closed from July 20 – 31, 2020

    The County of Maui, Department of Parks and Recreation announces the anticipated closure of the Wells Park Tennis Court Restrooms from July 20 – July 31, 2020, due to maintenance and repair needs of micro guarding to minimize vandalism concerns. Read on...
  4. Shiraishi Memorial Pool closed July 21, 23 and 29 for staff training

    The County of Maui, Department of Parks and Recreation announces the anticipated closure of the Coach Spencer Shiraishi Memorial Pool on July 21, 23 and 29, 2020, for Fire and Public Safety staff training. Read on...
  5. Mayor maintains that Charter Commission should review proposed Maui County Charter amendments

    Mayor Michael Victorino expressed his disappointment Friday with the Maui County Council’s first-reading passage of three proposed Maui County Charter amendments without sufficient study and review by the Charter Review Commission. Read on...
  6. Firefighters cut large firebreak to protect Skill Village residents

    Maui Fire Department crews have cut a large firebreak to protect residents in the area of Skill Village in Paia due to the Haliimaile fire. Read on...
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Information for Clinicians

If you have a patient with symptoms and travel history consistent with this outbreak, contact the Hawaii Department of Health, Disease Outbreak Control Division at (808) 586-4586.

For more information, see our updates for clinicians page.