By STEPHANIE SALMONS Hawaii Tribune-Herald | Thursday, July 1, 2021, 12:05 a.m.
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Employees with Premier Medical Group work on testing and vaccinating people in line outside the S. Tokunaga Store in Hilo on Wednesday. (Kelsey Walling/Tribune-Herald)
A shopper walks out of S. Tokunaga Store in Hilo on Wednesday. Premier Medical Group was located outside the store on Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and gave out $50 gift cards to S. Tokunaga to anyone vaccinated at the location.
Layne Luna is vaccinated for COVID-19 by Premier Medical Group outside of S. Tokunaga Store in Hilo on Wednesday. S. Tokunaga offered a $50 gift card to anyone that was vaccinated outside the store. (Photos by Kelsey Walling/Tribune-Herald)
State health leaders are certain Hawaii will reach a point where 70% of its population is vaccinated against COVID-19, but the question of when that might happen remains unanswered.