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COVID-19 Testing Information

Positive COVID Test

If you have a positive at-home COVID-19 test, please follow these steps.

Please note: You should not present to the emergency room or acute care clinic for repeat testing following a positive at-home COVID-19 test. Instead, isolate, contact your PCM and follow the instructions linked above. Thank you!

COVID-19 Vaccine Availability

COVID-19 vaccines currently available to all U.S. citizens and residents are Johnson & Johnson/Janssen, Pfizer-BioNTech-COMIRNATY®, and Moderna. These vaccines are safe and effective against COVID-19 and its variants.
The CDC recommends COVID-19 vaccination for all people 5 years and older.
Please note: Naval Health Clinic Hawaii is administering the Pfizer-BioNTech-COMIRNATY® only. 

How to Make an Appointment

Make a COVID-19 vaccine appointment by visiting www.operationcovidshot.com

DOD COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

The DOD now requires COVID-19 vaccines for all members of the Armed Forces under DOD authority on active duty or in the Ready Reserve, including the National Guard who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This include pregnant service members. Each service will decide their own deadline for vaccination.

  • If you’re a service member and you’ve received a COVID-19 vaccine from a non-DOD provider, make sure to update your medical records. Bring your vaccine card to the immunizations clinic.
  • If you haven’t received your COVID vaccine yet, schedule your vaccine as soon as you can by visiting www.operationcovidshot.com OR find a DOD COVID Vaccine Location near you.
The DOD already requires all ADSMs to get other types of vaccines before they join the military. There are very narrow religious and medical exemptions available on a case-by-case basis. If you have questions, contact your unit commander.

COVID-19 Vaccine for Children

Getting your children vaccinated can help protect them against COVID-19, as well as reduce disruptions to in-person learning and activities by helping curb community transmission. Vaccination also reduces risk of:

  • Severe disease
  • Hospitalizations
  • Long-term COVID-19 complications
The CDC recommends that children ages 12 to 15 receive a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine and children ages 5 to 11 receive a pediatric Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. The Pfizer-BioNTech pediatric COVID-19 vaccine is administered as a 2-dose series, 21-days apart. Each dose contains 10mg of the vaccine, which is one third the adult dose.
If you are unsure whether the vaccine it right for your children, we recommend you discuss your child’s medical conditions, including prior reaction to vaccines, with a medical provider.

Visit www.operationcovidshot.com to make an appointment.

Additional Dose for Immunocompromised

People who are moderately to severely immunocompromised are recommended to get an additional dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (i.e., Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna). If you are immunocompromised, speak with your provider to determine if you should receive an additional dose. 

Booster Dose

Certain groups of people are recommended to get a booster shot. Make an appointment by visiting www.operationcovidshot.com.

To learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine, visit www.tricare.mil/COVIDVaccine.

Are You a DOD Civilian Employee?

All DOD civilian employees must be fully vaccinated by Nov. 22, 2021, subject to exemptions as required by law. >> See SecDef Memo

  • Employees are considered fully vaccinated 2 weeks after completing the second dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine or 2 weeks after receiving a single dose of a one-dose COVID-19 vaccine.
  • New DoD civilian employees must be fully vaccinated by their entry on duty (start) date or Nov. 22, 2021, whichever is later.
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