LIST: Upcoming places to get a coronavirus vaccine in Hawaii

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File – Maui Health staff celebrate 100 days of administering COVID-19 vaccines in Kahului, Hawaii, April 1, 2021. (Maui Health photo)

HONOLULU (KHON2) — COVID-19 vaccinations are still available at well-publicized points of distribution on Oahu like Pier 2 and Blaisdell, but there are other locations that include beach parks, community and shopping centers, farmers markets, places of worship, schools and more.

All restrictions in Hawaii will end when Hawaii reaches a 70% vaccination rate among residents, according to Gov. David Ige. The state stood at a 55% vaccination rate as of Tuesday, June 15.

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Below is a statewide list of some of the sites where folks can get a free COVID-19 vaccination through Sunday, June 20.

  • Oahu
    • Thursday, June 17:
      • Filipino Community Center (Kaiser)
      • Achieve Zero, formerly Alea Bridge mobile clinic in Haleiwa (DOH, Project Vision)
      • Washington Middle School (Second dose, Queen’s)
      • Jarrett Middle School (Hawaii Pacific Health)
      • Waipahu High School (Second dose, HPH)
    • Friday, June 18:
      • Waialua Community Association (in Haleiwa, Queen’s)
      • St. Elizabeth Episcopal Church (First dose, Queen‘s)
      • Wet’N’Wild (Kaiser)
      • Kapolei Middle School (Second dose, HPH)
      • Aiea Intermediate School (Times Pharmacy)
      • King Intermediate School (Kaiser)
      • Halawa Public Housing (DOH, Project Vision)
    • Saturday, June 19:
      • Windward Mall (Adventist Health Castle)
      • Ka Makana Alii (HPH)
      • Palolo Public Housing (DOH, Project Vision)
      • KCC Farmer’s Market (First dose, Queen’s)
      • SALT Kakaako (Second dose, Queen’s)
      • Kaiaka Bay Beach Park (Second dose, Queen’s)
      • Wahiawa General Hospital (Second dose, Queen’s)
      • First Tongan United Methodist Church, Waimanalo (Waimanalo Health Center)
      • Hawaii Baptist Academy (Kaiser)
      • Moanalua Middle School (Times)
      • Kamehameha Schools Kapalama Campus (Second dose, Safeway)
      • Kailua Intermediate School (Pharmacare)
    • Sunday, June 20:
      • Market City Shopping Center (Foodland)
  • Hawaii Island
    • Friday, June 18:
      • Naalehu Elementary School Gym (DOH)
      • Kukio Beach Community (Premier Medical Group)
      • Keaau Middle & High School (Bay Clinic)
      • Hilo High School (Second dose, Safeway)
      • Waiakea High School (Second dose, Safeway)
    • Saturday, June 19:
      • The HUB in Pahoa (Premier Medical Group)
      • Ocean View Community Center (Kaiser)
  • Maui
    • Thursday, June 17:
      • Kihei Charter School (Mauliola Pharmacy)
    • Friday, June 18:
      • Queen Kaahumanu Center, Kahului (DOH, Maui District Health Office)
      • Lahainaluna High School (Second dose, Minit Medical)
    • Saturday, June 19:
      • Lahaina Clinic, (Kaiser Lahaina Clinic)
      • Baldwin High School (Second dose, Minit Medical)
  • Kauai
    • Saturday, June 19:
      • Kaumkani Community Hall, in Kaumakani in West Kauai (Ho’ola Lahui Community Health Clinic)
      • Anaina Hou Farmers Market, Kilauea (Ho’ola Lahui Community Health Clinic)

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