Vaccinations for those 70 and older begin Monday, March 8

HONOLULU – The Hawai‘i Department of Health announces the state is expanding the pool of those eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations by offering vaccinations to people age 70 and older beginning Monday, March 8. “We are excited to be ahead of schedule and pleased that we can now provide another layer of protection to this vulnerable […]

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Department of Health fines Doner Shack $4,000 for food safety placard and permit violations

HONOLULU – The Hawai‘i Department of Health (DOH) Food Safety Branch has issued a Notice of Violation and Order (NOVO) to Doner Shack located at 79 South Pauahi St. in Honolulu. The company is ordered to pay a fine of $4,000 for removing the red placard posted at their establishment by a health inspector and […]

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Our new show “The Weekly Dose” will premiere on Fri. March 5 to provide you with Hawaii's latest vaccine news. Dr. Sarah Kemble will be discussing Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine with host Brooks Baehr. Reply to this tweet with your questions. #TheWeeklyDose #Covid19Vaccine

In Hawaii, 371,343 vaccinations for COVID-19 were given at sites throughout the islands as of March 2 initial data. For more on the vaccine and to find out if you're eligible to register go to http://HawaiiCOVID19.com/vaccine.

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