Hawai‘i Department of Health now preparing for statewide COVID-19 vaccination program

HONOLULU — Although a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine approved by the Food and Drug Administration is not expected to be widely available until early next year, state and county officials and private-sector partners have already prepared a preliminary plan to implement a COVID-19 vaccination program in the state. More than 150 stakeholders representing more […]

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National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week is Oct. 25-31

Keep keiki safe from lead exposure  HONOLULU – The Hawai’i State Department of Health (DOH) is pleased to recognize National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, Oct. 25-31. DOH encourages healthcare providers and the public to learn more about the effects of lead exposure on children, the many possible sources of lead exposure, and the steps to […]

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This #Halloween , remember to:
✔️Wear a protective mask not just a spooky mask.
✔️Wash hands often.
✔️Stay 6 feet apart.
✔️Stay home if you're sick.

Check out ways to celebrate safely here: http://hawaiicovid19.com/safe-halloween/

#COVID19 #Hawaii #StaySafe

This week's community bulletin asks: Is wearing a mask mandatory in Hawai‘i? 🗺️ https://mailchi.mp/doh/covid-19-community-bulletin-31

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