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HING JTF Continues to Assist in the State’s COVID-19 Response

November 17, 2021

Off the Hawaii Army National Guard Facebook page

Hawaii Army National Guard soldiers serve their communities at home, and have been an integral asset during the COVID-19 pandemic. Following authorization for 5- to 11-year-olds to receive the vaccine, Hawaii National Guard (HING) Joint Task Force (JTF) service members partnered with the Department of Health and Department of Education to provide non-medical support to public schools administering the vaccines.

Their duties included checking in and registering keiki (who had parental consent), post vaccination support, and set-up and takedown of equipment. This is just one of many events the HING JTF has provided services for during the COVID-19 vaccination process.

If you have questions about vaccinating your keiki please contact their pediatrician or your family doctor. Public schools across Hawai‘i are offering vaccines on campus for keiki ages 5 to 11; check in with your keiki’s school to find out when and where they are being offered.

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