Oops! Click Regenerate Content below to try generating this section again.nFour confirmed cases and 71 suspected cases are being investigated in the US.nFour confirmed cases and 71 suspected cases are being investigated in the US. One patient has returned home, while others remain hospitalized in isolation.nOne patient has returned home.nOne patient has returned home. According to the Hawaii Department of Health officials, the patient is recovering and doing well and in good spirits.nThe person was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday after being diagnosed with coronavirus (COV) on Monday. They have since been released from the hospital but remain infectious for another 24 hours after leaving their room at Hawaii Medical Center.nRemember that there is no risk to non-immunosuppressed people.nThere is no risk to non-immunosuppressed people. This means that everyone who is not immunosuppressed will not be affected by the coronavirus and can safely travel to Hawaii.nThere is no risk if you have been vaccinated against it or have never been vaccinated against it (which is rare).nOops! Click Regenerate Content below to try generating this section again.