Individuals interested in receiving your COVID-19 vaccine or COVID-19 test may call (808) 840-5681 ext. 3 to schedule your appointment.*
We offer worksite COVID-19 vaccine clinics. Based on vaccine inventory, we will prioritize our employer group vaccinations as they sign-up for their clinics.
For questions and scheduling COVID-19 vaccinations, please call us at (808) 840-5681 ext. 3 or email us at email@example.com.
*Aiea Medical Pharmacy has COVID-19 vaccines with limited availability. Please call to check for available times.
Frequently Asked Questions:
I lost my COVID-19 vaccine card. Can Pharmacare replace my card?
If you received your COVID-19 vaccination shot(s) from Pharmacare and you need a replacement card, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org and provide a contact number a staff can reach you at.
I tested positive for COVID-19, am I still allowed to get the COVID-19 vaccine?
Yes, if there has been a mandatory 5-day quarantine and the patient tested negative after the quarantine, then they may receive the vaccine.
Who is eligible for a booster vaccine?
Please visit the CDC website https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/booster-shot.html for the latest booster eligibility updates.
Are COVID-19 vaccines offered daily at Aiea Medical Pharmacy?
No, available times and dates change weekly. Please call to check on availability at (808) 840-5681 ext. 3.
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Due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, we have created this page to communicate up-to-date information for our customers, patients, prescribers, and vendors. We are closely monitoring the situation and we are looking out for the health of those we serve.
What Pharmacare is doing in response to COVID-19
In response to preventing the virus, we have taken these steps:
- Increased communication awareness to all Pharmacare employees about COVID-19
- Increased cleaning and disinfection at our offices, pharmacies, vans and vehicles
- Encouraged increase amount of handwashing and other preventative practices
- Requested employees who are experiencing cold or flu symptoms to stay home for at least 24-hours until they are fever free without any fever reducing medication