The County of Kaua‘i is informing residents that vaccine appointments are now open for kūpuna aged 70 or older at Kaua‘i hospitals.
The press release below provides more details.
Vaccine appointments now open to Kaua‘i residents aged 70 and older
The County of Kaua‘i is informing residents that vaccine appointments are now open for kūpuna aged 70 or older at Kaua‘i hospitals. To sign up at one of these locations, please visit the websites below:
• Wilcox Medical Center in Līhuʻe: HawaiiPacificHealth.org/COVID19Vaccine
• Kaua‘i Veterans Memorial Hospital (KVMH) in Waimea: kauai.hhsc.org/
• Samuel Mahelona Memorial Hospital in Kapa‘a: kauai.hhsc.org/
Kūpuna who are established patients at Ho‘ola Lahui can also schedule vaccine appointments at their locations.
Vaccinations are by appointment only. Walk-ins will not be accepted. Vaccinations will only be
provided to adults 70 years and older.
If you need assistance with the online appointment systems, please see if a friend or family member can help you. If not, please call the Agency on Elderly Affairs at (808) 241-4470 and they can help you schedule your appointment on the websites. However, they cannot help if no appointments are available or you are not yet eligible.
As of Thursday, March 4, more than 26,000 doses of vaccine have been administered on Kaua‘i.
The new Johnson & Johnson vaccine’s first shipments arrived on Kaua‘i on Wednesday, March 3, and additional shipments of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines continue to arrive.
Eligible frontline essential workers are being vaccinated by appointment only at a Point of Distribution operated by the Kaua‘i District Health Office at the Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall.
For more information, please visit: http://www.kauai.gov/vaccine.
Visitors to Kaua‘i are NOT eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccine. Supply is for residents only.
Last modified: March 5, 2021