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Super Saturday

What is Super Saturday? Aotearoa – we all have a role to play in protecting ourselves, our whānau and our community by getting vaccinated. We’re asking you to reach out to friends, whānau and colleagues who may…
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National Day of Action on October 16th

SUPER SATURDAY!!! This Saturday vaccine clinics will be open throughout Aotearoa all day and into the evening. At the moment half of the eligible population in New Zealand has been fully vaccinated. This…
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COVID-19 vaccine bookings from 1 September

From 1 September, everyone in New Zealand who is 12 years of age and older can get the COVID-19 vaccine. You’ll need to book 2 appointments, with a gap between…
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After your vaccination

What you may feel: Pain at the injection site, a headache and feeling tired and fatigued. These are the most commonly reported side effects. What can help: Place a cold,…
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Update about COVID Vaccinations

Hello everyone Have you had your COVID-19 vaccine? Important why to keep you and your family/whanau safe. Want to tell you about your options.  You can book an appointment for…
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Change to Recommended Vaccine Dose Gap

To enable more people to have their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine faster, the Ministry of Health is recommending a longer gap between the first and second dose, from…
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Information about Group 4 vaccinations

From 28 July we will start to vaccinate those people in the general population 16 and over People in this group will be contacted and invited to book online or…
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Group 4 – Protect everyone

Group 4 Protect everyone Who – approximately 2,000,000 people Our general population aged 16 and over. (Note the 16+ requirement relates to the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine as per Medsafe approval so far.) Why We want…
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