Lifeguards reported a heavy influx of jellyfish in Waikiki and Ala Moana with more than 120 people stung.
A spokeswoman for the Ocean Safety Division said lifeguards counted 1,060 jellyfish in Waikiki today, 241 at Ala Moana Beach Park and 125 at Pokai Bay on the Leeward Coast.
Lifeguards treated about 120 people with vinegar for stings in Waikiki and 3 people were stung at Ala Moana.
Lifeguards verbally warned beachgoers about the jellyfish and put up warning signs.
About 40 people reported stings at Hanauma Bay on Monday and lifeguards closed the beach there. Hanauma Bay is normally closed on Tuesdays. Officials will review the jellyfish situation Wednesday before deciding whether to open the popular snorkeling beach.