All doses of the vaccine are free
Everyone aged 5 or over can get a COVID-19 vaccination
Getting vaccinated helps protects our whānau and iwi from COVID-19
Even if you’ve had COVID-19, after three months, you can still get vaccinated
The vaccine is available for tamariki aged 5-11
Protect them so they can keep doing the things they love
For more information, call the COVID Vaccination Healthline team on 0800 28 29 26

Kimihia mai he whakamātautau RAT, PCR rānei Find a RAT or PCR test

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Kimihia mai tētahi whare haumanu rongoā āraimate Find a vaccination clinic

Man and Woman at vaccination clinic

E mahi nei hai painga mō tātau katoa Doing it for each other

Jason Collier shares his experience of catching COVID-19. His nephew, who is on the fence about getting vaccinated, makes his choice.

Video Link: http://172.31.36.215/assets/Videos/JASON-COLLIER-FULL-1.mp4

Te tiaki i ō tātau whānau, i ō tātau whakapapa Looking after our whānau and our whakapapa

We need to look after each other to stop the spread of COVID-19. Kaumātua, hapū māmā and immunocompromised whānau are at a higher risk of serious illness if they get it.

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Mother and child

He tiaki i te whānau tā tātau mahi Protecting whānau is what we do

COVID-19 has changed our lives and tikanga. By working together and for each other, we can keep our whānau strong.

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Man and lady sitting on bench