Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-08-05 23:41:20 –
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Honolulu (KHON2) — Two vaccination clinics will be available for the people of Oahu and a mobile clinic parked in three different locations on Kauai.
First, people on Kauai will be able to get the COVID-19 vaccine at mobile clinics that begin on Thursday, August 5th and continue until Saturday, August 7th.
Vaccination vans visit locations on Kauai and operate daily from noon to 3:00 pm. If you’re looking for a shot, you can go to Anainahou Community Park on Friday, August 6th.
A van will be set up at the Hanalei Neighborhood Center on Saturday, August 7th.
The clinic will accept the carry-on and will be provided with both Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
Within three weeks, the van will return to the same location and give a second dose to those who choose the Pfizer vaccine.
If you would like to be vaccinated, please bring your photo ID and insurance card if you have one.
On Oahu, the Brycedel Vaccination Clinic was reopened on Thursday, August 5th at a new location in the Brycedel Center Pikake Room. Reservations and carry-on are accepted.
On the reopening date, about 150 reservations have been made so far and 50 have been brought in.
The general public can visit the clinic every day except Tuesdays and is open from 7:30 am to 6:30 pm.
The second vaccination clinic on Oahu will be located at two stations at the Honolulu Police Department. These include Central Station on Beretania Street and Kapolei Station on Camokira Boulevard.
People can be vaccinated on three separate Wednesdays, August 11, September 1, and September 8. Business hours are 6 AM to 8 AM and 1 PM to 3 PM.
The Pfizer vaccine is available for ages 12 and older, and Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are available for ages 18 and older. Photo ID is required and no reservation is required.
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