Get your measles vaccine! Help stop the spread of measles in our community!
Counties Manukau is experiencing an outbreak of measles. It has rapidly risen in our community. Measles is a highly infectious disease that can be life threatening. It spreads easily from person to person.
We need all whaanau, particularly babies and young people, to get the FREE measles vaccine from their doctor to stop further spread in the community. Even if you're not sure, it's safe to get it again from your doctor.
- Measles has made many kids and young people very sick, so please make sure your tamariki and rangatahi have their measles vaccine. If you're unsure, please still go and get the vaccination.
- If you or a whaanau suspect you have measles, please stay home and call Healthline on 0800 611 116 or your doctor. They will advise you on what to do.
- If you're feeling sick, you should stay away from work, school or public places, to help prevent putting other people at risk.
- For more information, please contact your doctor or call Healthline on 0800 611 116 or visit the Auckland Regional Public Health Service website.
All pepi aged 6-11 months are invited to get their FREE measles vaccine from one of these drop-in clinics (clinics are open 9am-3pm):
- 2, 9, 23 November: Unit B6, Kidz First Community Clinic, Clendon Shopping Centre
- 2, 9, 16, 30 November: Mangere Community Health Hub, 10 Waddon Place, Mangere
- 23 & 30 November: Papakura Birthing Unit, 2 Clevedon Road, Papakura
- 16 November & 14 December: Pukekohe Hospital, 1 Tuakau Road, Pukekohe
- 7 December: St John’s Hall, 4 Court Street, Waiuku
- 7 & 14 December: Clover Park Community House, 6A Israel Avenue, Clover Park
- 1 September: Church of Tonga, Mangere
- 7-8 September: Counties Manukau Health Clinic Hub (Otara) and Mangere Community Health Centre, Mangere
- Manukau SuperClinic, Manukau
- Clendon Public Nursing Office, Clendon Shopping Centre, Manurewa