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The COVID-19 Vaccine

The COVID-19 vaccination programme has started again.

Who can get the vaccine?

  • Essential workers and people 40 years old and over
  • Children 12 and over with their parents or caregivers consent.
  • On 25 August people 30 years old and over
  • In September everyone else in Aotearoa

You will get a text or email to:

  • Keep to your scheduled appointment or
  • Change your appointment

Book a vaccination at: Vaccination Bookings

Vaccination sites: Vaccination sites

Remember: Practise Alert Level 4 Rules

Whānau hauā and their carers who live in Tāmaki Makaurau region will get an email, text or letter to book an appointment. Go to the online booking system link below:

If you do not get a email, text or letter by the end of July, then call the:

  • Vaccination Helpline on 0800 28 29 26 to make an appointment or
  • Talk to your doctor or local chemist to find out if they are offering the COVID-19 vaccine or
  • check the website

Where to get the COVID-19 vaccine?

At the Vaccine centre whānau turi, whānau hauā who need assistance can register for support at the front desk. NZ Relay NZSL Interpreter Services are available.

Not all vaccine centres are accessible

Whānau who cannot leave home to get the COVID-19 vaccine can call

  • Vaccination Helpline on 0800 28 29 26 to register.

We can all fight the virus

Shotcuzz mobile vaccine bus

The mobile vaccine bus is now operating in some places in Manurewa.


  • Tuesday: 21 Sept
  • Wednesday: 22 Sept


  • Thursday: 23 Sept
  • Friday: 24 Sept

Times: 9am to 4pm.
No need to make an appointment. Just go, it’s easy!