From Maui Health, January 8, 2021
Starting Friday, January 8, 2021, Maui Health will provide vaccinations to community members who are included in the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) identified Phase 1A and Phase 1B vaccine prioritization timeline. This includes Hawaii residents who are:
If you qualify and would like to receive the vaccine at Maui Health:
- Download and review step-by-step instructions
- Complete Appointment Request Form
- Wait for an email from VAMS. See step-by-step instructions for further details and contact information for troubleshooting.
- If needed, review the VAMS Job Aide.
Link: More Info
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Hospital begins vaccinations for seniors over 75 who live or work in Windward Oahu
HNN: … Adventist Health Castle is now offering the vaccine to residents over 75 who live or work in Windward Oahu as well as healthcare workers.
“Over the past three weeks, Adventist Health Castle has administered over 2,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to the Windward community,” said Ryan Ashlock, Adventist Health Castle operations executive.
“In alignment with Hawaii State Department of Health guidelines, we have been able to expand those eligible for vaccines to include people that live and/or work on the Windward side that are 75 years of age or older. Adventist Health Castle will be extending vaccine availability following the Department of Health’s guidance.” ….
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KHON: Two hospitals offering vaccines to more people while DOH says plans are still being finalized
KHON: On Monday, Kaua‘i hospitals will announce detailed plans for providing vaccinations to kupuna aged 75 and older.