Kauai now offering mobile vaccination services for homebound residents

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HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Kauai District Health Office is now offering mobile COVID-19 vaccination services for homebound individuals.

“We are happy to come to your home if you can’t get to a vaccine clinic,” said Dr. Janet Berreman, Kaua‘i District Health Officer. “If you know someone who needs this service, please call us.”

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Mobile vaccinations will be provided on the first Tuesday of the month, beginning on June 1, and more days may be added.

To make a request, call the Kaua‘i District Health Office at 241-3495. Caregivers and healthcare providers may call on behalf of the homebound individual.

Be prepared to provide the following information: patient name, telephone number, address, information about any prior vaccine doses and allergy history.

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be offered. However, the Moderna or Pfizer vaccines can be arranged for those who already received their first dose.

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