Air Canada Flight attendant is Maui’s first case of COVID-19
Canadian woman self-isolated at Lahaina hotel while awaiting coronavirus test result
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March 16, 2020 - by COLLEEN UECHI for mauinews.com
An Air Canada flight attendant who developed symptoms of COVID-19 after arriving on Maui is the island's first confirmed case of the virus, Gov. David Ige announced Sunday afternoon.
The woman is believed to be a Canadian citizen who arrived on Maui on March 8 and developed symptoms March 9. State officials said that they did not have the woman's flight information and that she was not sick while she traveled.
"We believe that risk to any passengers on the previous flight is low," Ige said during a news conference on Oahu.
Ige said that the woman was exposed to a confirmed case in Germany on March 4.
After being notified of the exposure and developing symptoms, the woman self-isolated at the...
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