Doing it for each other

The best way to protect you, your whānau and your community from COVID-19 is to get vaccinated. This website provides trusted and up-to-date information on the vaccine for whānau and Māori communities.

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Protecting our tamariki

Children aged 5 to 11 are now able to be immunised against COVID-19. It's an important tool in protecting our tamariki and everyone in the whānau from this highly infectious virus.

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All doses of the vaccine are FREE.
Everyone aged 5 or over is now able to get a COVID-19 vaccination. No one has to miss out.
Getting it will help protect all of us from COVID-19.
When you get vaccinated, you reduce the risk of passing COVID-19 on to your whānau, friends and community.
You will need at least two doses of the vaccine.
Being double-dosed will give you good protection against COVID-19. Over time, adults will need booster shots.

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Be a doer! Karawhiua

A COVID-19 survivor shares his experience of catching COVID-19 with a nephew who was "on-the-fence" about getting vaccinated.

Video Link: http://172.31.45.252/assets/Videos/JASON-COLLIER-FULL-1.mp4

Looking after our whānau and our whakapapa

Looking after our whānau and our whakapapa means protecting our communities from COVID-19, particularly those at higher risk of serious illness like our kaumātua, hapū Māmā and our babies.

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Be a doer, tell everyone about it

Download files such as posters, factsheets, and videos to share with whānau, hapū, iwi and supporters around the motu.

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