LIST: Hawaii advances to Phase 1C, here’s where you can get your COVID-19 vaccine – KHON2

HONOLULU (KHON2)– The state is set to begin administering the COVID-19 vaccines to certified individuals in phase 1C on Monday, March 15. Here is whatever you need to learn about how and where to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

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Vaccines are currently being dispersed in tiers. The circulation design is as follows:

Stage 1A: Frontline necessary health care workers and long‐term care center residents.Phase 1B: Frontline essential employees and adults 75 years of age and older.Phase 1C: Adults in between the age of 65 and 74 years old, Persons aged 16 and older with high-risk vital workers and medical conditions who were not suggested for vaccination in Phase 1B. Stage 2: All individuals over the age of 16 who were not previously recommended for vaccination.

The state is set to expand to Phase 1C of the vaccine circulation strategy.

At this time, Pfizers COVID-19 vaccine has FDA approval for use in people 16 years of ages and older and the Moderna vaccine has FDA approval for usage in people 18 years of ages and older.

Existing qualifications for a COVID-19 vaccine:

Be in between the ages of 65 and 74 years old.Be an individual aged 16 or older with a high-risk medical condition. * Be a vital employee. ** Adults who qualify under stage 1A and 1B might still be qualified for COVID-19 vaccination, however concern will be provided to people in stage 1C. Particular healthcare centers may require proof of insurance coverage. Contact your healthcare company to learn more.

* Under DOH standards, high-risk medical conditions include, but are not limited to:

** Essential employees are people in professions and industries crucial to the functioning of society and have an increased risk of direct exposure due to their tasks.

End stage kidney disease that requires dialysis.Lung or heart problem that is serious enough to require current oxygen treatment.People who receive IV medication infusions for cancer or other conditions.

The following Phase 1C vital workers are presently received the vaccine:

The following facilities will be expanding vaccine administrations to people in phase 1C. For a list of getting involved centers supplying doses to people in phase 1A and 1B, click here.

This list below goes through alter and might be updated routinely.

Hotel and hospitality workersFood service workers Banking and financing workersTransportation workersConstruction employees MediaLogistics and info innovation workersEssential workers currently qualified under stage 1A and stage 1B: First responders, corrections officers and staff, emergency situation services dispatchers, people vital for federal, state and city government operations, vital transport facilities workers (harbor, dock employees, public transport, and so on), critical utilities employees (energy, water, and so on), teachers, childcare and academic assistance staff (preschool, K-12, post-secondary, etc.), US Postal Service employees and grocery shop workers.Other necessary employees not mentioned above that are essential to the performance of society and have actually an increased threat of direct exposure due to their tasks.

CVS/Longs Drugs:

Will start registration/administration of the COVID-19 vaccine to certified people under phase 1C on March 15. Vaccine services are readily available throughout multiple islands. For concerns about online registration, call (800) 746-7287 or click on this link.

City and County of Honolulu

Hawaii Pacific Health:

Will begin registration/administration of the COVID-19 vaccine to certified people under phase 1C on March 15. To register, click on this link.

Queenʻs Health Systems/ Queens Medical Center:

Will start registration/administration of the COVID-19 vaccine to qualified individuals under phase 1C on March 15. Contact us to sign up 808-691-2222 Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. or click here.

Kaiser Permanente:

Maui County

Will begin registration/administration of the COVID-19 vaccine to qualified individuals under stage 1C on March 15. See KP.org/ covidvaccine for the most updated information about acquiring a COVID-19 vaccine.

Maui Health:

West Hawaii Community Health Center:.

Hawaii County (Big Island).

Hilo Medical Center:.

Vaccinations being provided on Fridays at the Kona Aquatic Center on a first-come, first-served basisFriday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.No pre-registration is needed.

For all other concerns related to the COVID-19 vaccine, call the states COVID-19 vaccine call center at 586-8332.

Government-issued photo I.D. Insurance Card.Mask/ Face Covering. This must be worn at all times.Copy of your appointment confirmation.If you need help, you might bring one individual with you to escort you for your vaccination visit. This person must be 18 years or older.

Courtesy: Hawaii Department of Health/Hilo Medical.

What to bring with you to your COVID-19 vaccine consultation:.

Will begin registration/administration of the COVID-19 vaccine to qualified individuals under stage 1C on March 15. Vaccine services are readily available across multiple islands. Will start registration/administration of the COVID-19 vaccine to qualified individuals under phase 1C on March 15. Vaccines are presently just being administered to kupuna 70 and older due to restricted supply. Hilo Medical Center will begin registration of the COVID-19 vaccine to certified individuals under phase 1C on March 15, however will not start administration of the very first dose.Individuals 65 and older and those with high-risk medical conditions can finish registration process here.

Will begin registration/administration of the COVID-19 vaccine to qualified people under stage 1C on March 15. Call 322-4451 to sign up. For addition questions, email KCHCovidVaccine@hhsc.org.

If you are a health care center administering COVID-19 vacccines to phase 1C and want to be contributed to this list, please email news@khon2.com.

Vaccines are currently only being administered to kupuna 70 and older due to minimal supply. Hilo Medical Center will start registration of the COVID-19 vaccine to certified individuals under phase 1C on March 15, however will not begin administration of the very first dose.Individuals 65 and older and those with high-risk medical conditions can complete registration procedure here. Pre-registering will hold your location in line to receive an e-mail from the CDC to register for your shot.For support with online registration call 932-3000 and press 8 (weekdays only).

Will begin registration/administration of the COVID-19 vaccine to certified individuals under stage 1C on March 15. To register, click on this link.

Kauai Medical Clinic at Wilcox Medical:.

Will start registration/administration of the COVID-19 vaccine to qualified people under stage 1C on March 15. To register, click on this link.

Kauai County.

Queens North Hawaii Community Hospital:.

Kona Community Hospital:.

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