Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-07-29 19:44:00 –
The Hawaii Center for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities offered two comprehensive COVID-19 vaccination clinics in August, encouraging local people and their caregivers and families to be vaccinated.
The clinic will be held at the Waikele Center in Waipahu on August 7th and 28th from 10am to 3pm in partnership with Hawaii Pacific Health. HPH administers Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
In addition to being available to people with motor disabilities, the clinic has American Sign Language interpreters who can help hearing-impaired and hearing-impaired participants, and HDRC supporters who can help visually-impaired and people with developmental disabilities. There is. Interpreters for Chuukese and Tagolog are also available.
According to HDRC, about 1 in 10 Hawaiians have a disability.
Free events are open to the public and walk-ins are welcome, but reservations can also be made in the following ways: Hawaii Pacific Health Vaccine Website. The Waikele Center is located on Lumiaina Street, 94-849, and the clinic is located along a fence near Petco.
If you are attending the Vaccine Clinic, please bring your photo ID. Minors between the ages of 12 and 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian or must have a signed parental consent form. The organizer offers a lottery of prizes and treats to all participants.
On request, HDRC can also arrange a free ride for individuals with disabilities who lack transportation or cannot drive. HDRC can also arrange vaccinations for those returning home.
To arrange a ride or home vaccination, please contact HDRC (949-2922) or send an email. email@example.com..
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