COVID-19 VACCINATION INFORMATION

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This page is dedicated to providing information relating to the COVID-19 vaccines in the rohe. Right now, the staff at the border and MIQ workers are being vaccinated.  It's these staff who are our first line of defense against COVID-19 in Aotearoa so it's important that these people and their whānau are protected first.

In the coming weeks, our healthcare and frontline kaimahi who work in our community and with those that are most vulnerable will be vaccinated.  We expect to be vaccinating the public in the months that follow. Please keep an eye on our social media pages and our website for more information. 

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Information on how to book your COVID-19 vaccination will become available shortly. 

FAQs about the Covid Vaccine

We have listened to our people and have compiled and answered some of your most asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccinations.

Myths vs. Facts

With so much misinformation circulating, we have busted some of the myths with the facts relating to the COVID-19 vaccinations. Check them. 

Te Oranganui Rollout Plan

Unsure of when you can get your vaccine or would like to know what group you and your whānau fit into? Check out the Te Oranganui rollout plan here.

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COVID-19 Health Messages

Keeping COVID-19 at bay still requires work even after you've been vaccinated. Check out the health messages we have developed for you.

Getting your COVID-19 vaccine

Want to know what happens when it comes time for you to have your vaccine? Check it out here.

COVID-19 Vaccine Booklet

For all the comprehensive information relating to the COVID-19 vaccines including FAQ and what happens when you get your vaccine, download this booklet here.

Helpful Links

In addition to the information contained on this website is more comprehensive information that has been developed and provided thanks to the NZ Government, Ministry of Health, and our local District Health Board.

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