The Department of Public Health and Social Services (DPHSS), in partnership with the Office of the Governor, Mayors’ Council of Guam (MCOG), Guam Department of Labor (GDOL), Guam Fire Department (GFD), Guam Police Department (GPD), Guam National Guard, University of Guam (UOG) School of Nursing and Health Sciences, and the Serve Guam Commission which oversees the AmeriCorps Guam Program, will resume its COVID-19 vaccination clinic for those individuals under Phase 1a (healthcare personnel) who are due for their second dose and Phase 1c (individuals 60 years and older) to receive Dose One. These vaccinations will continue today Friday, January 8, 2021 at Okkodo High School in Dededo. The school cafeteria and gymnasium have been set up as a temporary vaccination clinic.
DPHSS will be issuing numbers to the first 250 healthcare workers in their car. Healthcare personnel who fall in line are asked to turn on their blinkers to flag down staff so they may be prioritized. The priority will be those who are coming back for their second dose.
DPHSS will also be issuing 350 ticket numbers to individuals 60 years and older. Everyone must present their issued number upon entering the gate. For the safety of the community, walk-ins will not be accepted.
DPHSS will continue administering the second dose during the vaccination clinic to those who received their first dose between December 17 and 19, 2020. Those who are due for their second dose are reminded to bring their immunization card to the vaccination clinic so it may be properly documented.
COVID-19 VACCINATION CLINIC – OKKODO HIGH SCHOOL, DEDEDO
Friday, January 8
9AM – 12PM
Healthcare workers who received dose one on December 18, 2020
12PM – 3PM
Individuals 60 years and older (Dose One)