The Molokai Dept. of Health-Public Health Nursing staff would like to extend their aloha and mahalo to the residents of Molokai for their patience and understanding during these first few months of 2021. Mahalo to all those who came to get their vaccinations at the Dept. of Health vaccine clinics and deepest apologies to those that they were not able to be vaccinated at their clinics. A special mahalo to the following community partners in helping with the Molokai DOH-Public Health Nursing COVID vaccination clinics:
Molokai Fire Department, Molokai AMR, Molokai’s County Parks and Recreation, Molokai Drugs, Inc, Arelene DeRouin, Rhonda Kahalewai, Thyra Habon, Tiffany Rapanot, Dr. Daniel McGuire, Lanakila Apuna, Debra Mapel, Aunty Janice Pele, Mana’e Goods & Grindz, Kualapu’u Market, and the administrators of Molokai High, Molokai Middle, Maunaloa Elementary, Kaunakakai Elementary, Kilohana Elementary and Kualapuu Conversion Charter Schools.
Mahalo piha to Molokai General Hospital and Molokai Community Health Center in their partnership with Molokai DOH-Public Health Nursing and their part in helping to vaccinate the residents of Molokai.
Please continue to watch your distance (stay six to 10 feet away from others that are not part of your household), wear your mask, wash your hands, and wellness — stay home if you are sick to help keep your family, friends, and others from getting the virus.
Molokai DOH-Public Health Nursing