UPDATE 4:58 p.m.:
More than 260 people were tested for coronavirus in a drive up testing site today at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex.
Dr. Scott Miscovich, who is leading the pop up testing site with his organization Premiere Medical Group Hawaii, said about 1,200 individuals were screened for a test between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. today. Those who were tested were showing symptoms of the coronavirus.
He said the turnout was lower than expected, which may have been the result of people being tested elsewhere.
Miscovich, working with the City and County of Honolulu, will hold another drive up testing site Sunday at Kakaako Waterfront Park. Last week, the group held a drive up testing event at the same park where they screened more than 2,000 people and tested more than 400.
Miscovich said he expects a similar turnout Sunday in Kakaako.
Hawaii Department of Health officials said today that the state’s tally of coronavirus cases has risen to 151, up 29 from Friday.
Of all the confirmed cases in Hawaii since the start of the outbreak, 12 have required hospitalizations and 39 have recovered, state health officials said today.
Today’s statewide total includes 105 cases on Oahu, 16 in Maui County, 10 on Hawaii island, and 11 in Kauai County, according to health officials. Of those county cases, a total of 18 were non-residents of Hawaii: six on Oahu, five in Kauai County, four in Maui County, and three on the Big Island.
The statewide total also includes two Hawaii residents diagnosed outside of the state.
Seven cases in the statewide total are pending identification of county, which include three new cases reported today.
In all, state officials today reported 17 new cases on Oahu, 3 new cases on Hawaii island, and 6 new cases on Kauai. There are no reported deaths so far.
Of the total 39 recovered, state officials reported three new recoveries today.