The Hawaii State Department of Education announces COVID-19 vaccinations for HIDOE employees. This message applies to DOE employees on Oahu only.
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Oahu only: 1st dose opportunities, 2nd dose update
Please see below for information about upcoming first dose appointment opportunities on Oahu (Leeward and Windward) and an update regarding those still needing a second dose appointment.
Note for those needing second doses: According to DOH, the names of HIDOE employees needing second doses will be sent to vaccination providers by the end of the business day today. You should be contacted within the next 24 to 48 hours to be scheduled. No further action is needed at this time.
Note for those needing first doses: Please complete the two-step process below.
Step 1: Schedule your appointment
This week DOH received a limited quantity of Johnson and Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine that was recently approved for use throughout the country. DOH in coordination with HIDOE is offering the J&J vaccine to HIDOE employees/contractors who do not have a scheduled appointment for their first dose and are willing to be vaccinated. This vaccine is safe, very effective at preventing illnesses and hospitalization from COVID-19, and best of all it only requires one shot.
Please only register for one slot, and do not share these links. HIDOE personnel will need to show their HIDOE badge OR most recent paystub and picture ID at the vaccination POD for entry.
Johnson & Johnson – Windward Health Center (Only requires one dose)
If you are interested in getting vaccinated with the J&J vaccine at the DOH Windward Point of Dispensing (POD) site (45-691 Keaahala Rd, Kaneohe, HI 96744) this Friday, March 5 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., please register with the following link: http://bit.ly/3riEM1G
Moderna – Windward Health Center (First dose)
There are limited slots available March 9 and 16 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for Moderna at the Windward POD at the following link : http://bit.ly/38a1DVT
Moderna – Leeward Community College (First dose)
If you are interested in getting the Moderna vaccine this week there are available appointments for first doses this week at Leeward Community College including today. Please register with the following link: http://bit.ly/3kFJl3R
Other first dose opportunities
If those dates or locations do not work for you, DOH says you will be contacted by other vaccination providers to schedule appointments within the next 24-48 hours.
Step 2: Confirm you were able to secure a first dose appointment. Names will be shared with providers for the registration desk.
After you schedule an appointment, complete this form to verify your appointment date and time for use by your supervisor and at the POD registration check-in desk. You must complete this step: https://forms.gle/
Contact DOH at email@example.com with any questions. For additional information about the COVID-19 vaccination program including FAQs see Hawai‘i DOH: Info & Resources for Managing COVID-19 (hawaiicovid19.com).
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