Starting Monday, all counties in Hawai’i, except for Honolulu, are allowing residents age 16 and older to receive their Covid-19 vaccine.
Last week, the Big Island officially expanded Covid-19 eligibility to residents 16 and older. According to the Hilo Medical Center Foundation, it aims to administer about 1,500 doses per week.
Maui County is also moving into Phase Two of its vaccination plan Monday, according to Mayor Michael Victorino and Maui Health. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
All residents on Kaua’i age 16 and older are also now eligible to receive a Covid-19 shot as the Garden Isle moves into Phase Two of it’s vaccination plan. Vaccines are by appointment only.
Click here for a list of vaccination clinics held statewide.