Scheduling first dose appointments have been temporarily postponed until more vaccine arrives in Hawaii.
About 500 people took part in a test run at the Blaisdell Concert Hall on Saturday, January 23.
The clinic will be held at the Neal Blaisdell Concert Hall beginning on Monday, January 25.
Before receiving the shot Green said, “I think we should lead by example and I believe this will really make a big difference for our
On December 15, five healthcare workers at The Queen’s Medical Center became the first to receive the COVID-19 vaccination in Hawaii.
The shipment marks a milestone in the fight against COVID-19 and gives hope in helping to end the pandemic.
Queen’s was the first to test out Pfizer’s shipment of how the vaccine would be shipped to healthcare facilities.
Tis the season. But the holiday season isn’t only full of your favorite things. Whether you’ve struggled to find the perfect gift, cook the delicious meal or ensure everything is just right for your family and friends, the holiday season is full of stress.
The COVID-19 crisis could be a deadly one for Hawaii. Not just because of the virus itself, but because of its impact on our mental health.
Kaui Burgess says nothing about her health hinted at what would happen on April 20 at 1:45 in the afternoon. “The moment I knew something was wrong was when I couldn’t control my eyes. My eyes crossed,” she said. One side of her body weakened. Her speech slurred. The wife and mother of three knew she was suffering a stroke.