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One of the biggest and most important activities this year is the COVID-19 vaccination rollout.

It’s an important step you can take to fight COVID-19 and protect yourself, your kaumaatua and whaanau, and community from the effects of the virus.

Getting your jab

If you:

  • Live in Counties Manukau
  • Are an older Maaori or Pasifika person
  • Are over 65 years old
  • Have underlying health conditions

You’re eligible for your two FREE COVID-19 jabs!

How?  You will have received, or will get a text/email asking you to book (it’s easy!)

Haven’t had an invite? Register with a local doctor or call 0800 28 29 26

Only had one jab? Book your second one now on 0800 28 29 26

Still unsure? Check out covid19.govt.nz or the information on this page

Latest News

COVID-19 vaccine invitations to be issued to all over 65s in Auckland region this week - 15 June 2021

Covid-19 vaccine invitations to be issued to all over 65s in Auckland region this week.

Four new community vaccination centres announced today to support vaccine rollout.

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COVID-19 vaccination advice for pregnant women – 9 June 2021

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists recommend that pregnant women are offered the Pfizer vaccine at any stage of pregnancy.

This is because the risk of severe outcomes from COVID-19 is significantly higher for pregnant women and their unborn baby.

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How are we planning to do this?

As with other DHBs we are ensuring that groups most likely to come into contact with COVID, and those who are the most vulnerable are offered the vaccine first.

What are the Groups

Group One

Includes people working in border roles - at the airport, port and managed quarantine hotels - and their families.

Group Two

Includes our frontline healthcare workforce such as doctors, nurses, hospital orderlies etc.

Group Two also includes our vulnerable people, prioritised kuia and kaumaatua, as well as people living in our Counties Manukau community who are at higher risk such as those over the age of 65 or have an underlying health issue.

Group Three

Includes people living in the rest of New Zealand who are at higher risk such as those over the age of 65 or have an underlying health issue.

Group Four

Includes everyone else over the age of 16.

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