Sign-ups for next week’s COVID-19 vaccines are open to those 50 and over, as well as:
- Mayors, vice mayors, and mayoral staff;
- funeral home, mortuary, and cemetery staff;
- service providers contracted with the Public Health’s Division of Senior Citizens providing direct patient or client care such as transportation for medical appointments;
- homebound meals, in-home services, caregiver services, case management, shelter care, adult daycare, and other direct services;
- others who are due for the second dose of the vaccine.
Appointments are available from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. March 16 through Saturday, March 20. Register at http://tinyurl.com/vaccinateguam
These clinics will administer first doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, and second doses of both the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. The Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine is not available at the UOG vaccination clinic at this time.
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There will be 195 appointments per hour, and walk-ins will be accepted at a limited rate of 15 per hour. Walk-ins wishing to avoid longer wait times are discouraged from lining up prior to the 10 a.m. opening and are asked to expect reasonable delays. Upon arrival, individuals 70 years and older will be sent to the front of the line.
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Bring a digital or hard copy appointment confirmation, a photo ID, and proof of Guam residency (Guam Driver’s License, Guam ID, Green Card, US or FSM Passport, H1B or H2B visas for skilled workers).
Those due for their second dose are reminded to bring their COVID-19
immunization card. This ensures quicker processing and proper documentation.