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COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at Convention Hall to Close for First Doses

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Kaua‘i health officials are urging residents who would like to get vaccinated for COVID-19 to get their first dose before the end of this month.

The Department of Health (DOH) vaccine clinic in Līhuʻe will stop administering vaccine first doses at the end of April, due to a decline in demand. In May, vaccine first doses will only be available through hospital and pharmacy clinic locations. The DOH clinic will continue to provide second doses to those who received first doses this month.

Appointments are available at the DOH clinic from April 27 to 29 by filling out the Kaua‘i District Health Office COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation Survey or visiting The vaccine manufactured by Moderna is available at this location.

If you are a resident age 60 or older, or you need English-language assistance and haven’t been able to schedule your appointment yet, please come to the War Memorial Convention Hall on Tuesday, April 27, Wednesday, April 28, or Thursday, April 29 between 9 and 11 a.m. and we will help you on-site. Please make sure to bring a cell phone or access to an email address. After these dates, walk-in assistance will be discontinued.

Vaccine language assistance available at War Memorial Convention Hall on Tuesday, April 27, Wednesday, April 28, and Thursday, April 29, 9 to 11 a.m.:


·Ilokano: Walk-ins idtoy Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall ket mabalin uray no sino man nga adda limitado nga bassit ti Ingles ken haan pay nga naka appointment.

·Tagalog: Walk-ins sa Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall ay malugod ding tinatanggap para sa sinumang may limitadong kaalaman sa wikang Ingles at hindi pa nakapaggawa ng appointment.

·Marshallese: Nan aolep ro im ejjelok appointment rej riwainen in ilok nan war memorial conventikn hall en. Im bar einwot ro rejjab lukkun jela kajin palle im rej jab maron koman air appointment.

·Spanish: Las visitas sin cita previa al Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall también son bienvenidas para cualquier persona que hable inglés limitado y no haya podido hacer una cita.


·Hawaiian: Kipa pu ia nā po’e hele ana ma ka Hale Hō’ike’ike o ke Kaua Ho’omanao no nā po’e ‘ōlelo pelekānia kaupalena ‘ole ia i hiki ‘ole ke Ho’opa’a i kō lākou manawa

·Simplified Chinese: 如果您的英语会话能力有限且未能完成预约,欢迎前往沃密茂瑞欧康万深号(the War Memorial Convention Hall) 接种疫苗。

·Thai: ถ้าหากคุณไม่เข้าใจภาษาอังกฤษหรือต้องการความช่วยเหลือทางภาษาและไม่สามารถทำการนัดหมายได้ คุณสามารถมายัง เดอะวอร์ เมมอเรียล ฮอลล์ (the War Memorial Convention Hall) ได้เลย เรายินดีต้อนรับคุณเสมอ

·Vietnamese: Những người nói tiếng Anh hạn chế và chưa có hẹn cũng được chào đón.


Walk-ins are only being offered to residents 60 and older and those needing language assistance at the War Memorial Convention Hall site. All other clinics and all other age groups require an appointment.

Kaua‘i residents age 16 and older can make an appointment at locations around the island by visiting Visitors to Kaua‘i are not eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccine. Supply is for residents only.

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