Coronavirus in Hawaii

Governor David Ige of Hawaii was the least popular governor in a recent survey of approval ratings during the pandemic.
In some states, the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic has been far worse than in others.
The figures for COVID-19 cases and deaths vary widely from state to state, as well as by county in each state.
One state stands out with the lowest number of cases per 100,000, which is the standard measure of the presence of COVID-19 in any geographic area.
Only one county in the United States does not have a single COVID-19 case. This Hawaiian county is the smallest one in the country, based on both its size and population.
Hawaii has the lowest rate of confirmed COVID-19 cases of any state in the country. The number is unusually low in one Hawaiian county.
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