Hawaii reaches pandemic milestone: no COVID-19 cases in the ICU for the first time



Today marks the first time in almost two years there are zero COVID-19 patients in intensive care units statewide. When health officials first began tracking COVID ICU admissions in August 2020, there were 40 patients in critical condition.

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  1. Wow. Now that we're not getting vaccinated and we stopped wearing a masks covid's going away. Amazing. Maybe it's because the state stopped lying about the numbers. Because the government's not giving money anymore.

  2. Ige cant wait to reinstate the mandate keeping Hawaii beyond SAFE. The news keeps hinting mandates returning, all they have to do is say numbers up.

  3. "SO CALLED MEDICAL EXPERTS," PREDICTING AGAIN. ALL THEIR PREDICTIONS IS JUST THAT. PREDICTING.

  4. God bless everyone around the world allday, everyday 🌎. In Jesus mighty name Amen 🙏 x999999999 🙌 x999999999

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