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Lanai Community Hospital

Keiki Vaccine Clinic


December 18, 2021

10 am to 3 pm

Keiki 5-11 years old

Lanai Community Hospital

Walk-ins accepted, but preregistering online in VAMS (vams.cdc.gov) is recommended. Parking available in the Straub/hospital parking lot.

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COVID-19 numbers have been slowly rising for Maui County and the new Omicron variant has just been discovered in Hawaii. The best protection against the virus remains the COVID-19 vaccine for all eligible individuals five years of age and older. With the holiday season upon us, keep your ‘ohana safe and healthy and get vaccinated today, including your keiki.

What to bring

Children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and all adults must have a valid form of identification (ID). Prior to visiting the clinic, to expedite the vaccination process, please download and complete:

*Insurance coverage not required for COVID-19 vaccine.

Pediatric Dose Information

For more information on the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine dose, visit:

Covid-19 Vaccine Information

We have limited quantity of COVID-19 vaccines available for eligible residents residents. Please call Lanai Community Hospital at 808-565-8450 to request a vaccine.

Why you should get vaccinated

Our island community is particularly vulnerable to the effects of COVID-19. Please do your part to protect yourself and our Lāna‘i ‘ohana to help end this pandemic. This is our shot to protect our community!

Our rural community, older population, and lack of medical resources make Lāna‘i particularly vulnerable to the effects of COVID-19, but our vulnerabilities now present our residents with a huge opportunity to be one of the first communities to move forward. Let’s not miss this chance! Why get vaccinated?

  1. Lowers your odds of getting COVID-19
  2. Protects household members and friends from becoming infected
  3. Lowers your chances of becoming seriously ill or dying from COVID-19
  4. It's highly effective, even against some new variants
  5. Side effects are minimal
  6. Lāna‘i community “herd” immunity
  7. The more people that are vaccinated, the sooner our quality of life improves

For more questions on the COVID-19 vaccine, visit our vaccine FAQ page.

Community Testing

Lanai Community Hospital is not a community testing site. If you need a COVID-19 test and would like to find a testing location, please visit the following websites to find a site near you: