Hawaii County COVID-19 Information


For the most up-to-date information about COVID-19 including data, guidance documentation, and translated materials, visit

Go To Hawaii State COVID-19 site

The Hawai‘i Department of Health (DOH) has a hotline for people with questions about COVID-19.

What should I do if I test positive?

What should I do if I have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive?

Who can get a booster shot?

Those questions and more can be answered by calling the free hotline at (808) 586-8332.

People are encouraged to check hawaiicovid19.com before calling the hotline. Questions that are not answered on the web site can be answered by calling the hotline.
Calls to the hotline are answered by an automated information system, or bot, that answers common questions. Callers who need additional information can ask to be transferred to hotline representatives in specific counties. Those representatives answer more detailed questions.

If you need assistance in replacing a vaccination document(s) please refer your inquiries to where you got your last shot. If your vaccines were administered by the Hawaii District Health Office please contact (808) 974-6012 Monday-Friday, 7:45-4:30 for assistance. We cannot verify vaccinations from other providers at this time.

If you have received a Flowflex COVID-10 Antigen Home Test by ACON Laboratories from the Department of Health, one of our partners, or purchased your own, see the link below for a guidance on self-administering your test. If you have another self-test or COVID-19 by a different manufacturer please refer to the insert in your product for guidance.

Below you will find additional links to COVID-19 vaccination and testing resources on Hawaii Island.

View or Download COVID-19 Test Kit Info 

Hawai‘i County vaccination sites

Hawai‘i County has many vaccine providers working with most hospitals, health centers and pharmacies so there’s no need to travel far.

Educational Videos

Educate yourself and your family and friends about how we can protect each other. These videos will answer all your vaccine questions you may have.

Vax Facts H.S.

Students from Kalani High School and Kamehameha Schools interview state experts on vaccinating teens against Covid-19. Topics include: weighing the risks of vaccination vs. Covid, the science of mRNA vaccines, good information vs. disinformation, and the relationship between vaccine distribution and health justice. Sponsored by the Department of Education, Department of Health, Hawai‘i Community Foundation, Kamehameha Schools, and the University of Hawai‘i.

What is an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA)?

Emergency use authorizations (EUAs) are one of several tools the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is using to help make important medical products available quickly during the COVID-19 pandemic. But what exactly is an EUA?

What to expect at a vaccination clinic (1)

Follow Waipahu High senior, Trinity Ganitoen and watch how simple it was to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Developed by the Department of Health.

What to expect at a vaccination clinic (2)

Points of dispensing (PODs) across Hawai‘i make it simple and easy to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Developed by the Department of Health.