Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-08-13 03:35:00 –
Honolulu employees and volunteer YMCA need to be fully vaccinated with COVID-19 or provide weekly test results, the organization announced today.
This requirement will come into effect on October 1, following Governor David Ige’s recent announcement, which will also require proof of COVID-19 vaccination or regular inspections of state and city employees.
“Vaccination is a major public health strategy and the best way to keep others safe, but vaccination,” said Greg Weibel, president and chief executive officer of YMCA in Honolulu, in a statement. I understand that there may be personal situations where I don’t. ” “To acknowledge these situations, we ask those who choose not to be vaccinated to provide weekly COVID-19 test results.”
YMCA in Honolulu is working with Kaiser Permanente to provide the facility with a free clinic. They offer Pfizer BioNTech and Johnson & Johnson Janssen vaccines, vaccinations are open to the public free of charge, and carry-on reservations are accepted.
“The safety of our employees, volunteers, and the people we serve is our number one priority,” Wybel said. “Since the start of this pandemic, our Y has followed the COVID-19 Mitigation Safety CDC and state guidelines. Currently, by requiring employees and program volunteers to be fully vaccinated or weekly tested, safety and An additional layer of protection has been added. “
Future clinics will be on the Pali Highway at Miriani YMCA (95-1190 Hikikauria Street) and Nuuanu YMCA (1441 HI-61).
The Mililani Clinic is scheduled for Sunday from 10am to noon.
Nuuanu Clinic will be held on three Mondays, August 23rd, September 13th and October 4th. All are done from 1 pm to 4 pm.
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