Covid-19 Vaccination Rollout for Pacific Communities Handbook
We want to provide you with information to help you and your family to prepare for when it’s your turn to be vaccinated.
The New Zealand Government is making sure the groups who are most at risk of COVID-19 will receive the vaccine first. You can get vaccinated now if you are:
- A Pacific person who is 55 years or older.
- A front line health worker, a managed isolation or border worker.
- Living or working in residential care.
You can also get vaccinated if you live in South Auckland and:
- have a serious health condition (for example: asthma, heart conditions, diabetes, lung or kidney disease)
- have a disability
- are pregnant.
To make a booking call 0800 28 29 26 between 8.00 am and 8.00 pm, 7 days a week.
Covid-19 Vaccinations for Border Workers
Everyone in New Zealand can get a free Covid-19 vaccine
Border and Managed Isolation Quarantine (MIQ) workers will be the first to receive the vaccine because there is a greater risk of COVID-19 to those who are working at the border.
If you’re a border worker and feel a bit worried about receiving the vaccine, we want to provide you with information to help you and your family feel prepared for your vaccination.
Find out more information in our Pacific language booklets below.
English Information Pack – Covid-19 Vaccination for Border Workers Handbook.
Cook Islands Information Pack – Puka Tauturu no te Patia Paruru Covid-19 no te Aronga Angaanga i te Kena o te Basileia.
Samoan Information Pack – Koviti19 – Fa’amatalaga o Tuipuipui mo ē o Loo Galulue i le Tuāoi o le Va i le Fafo o Niu Sila.
Tongan Information Pack – Ko e Tohi Fekau’aki mo e Huhu Malu’i Covid-19 Ma’ae Kau Ngāue he Kau’āfonua ‘o Nu’usila.
Fijian Information Pack – Nai Vola ni Vakamacala ena i Cula ni Covid-19 Vei Ira Na Cakacaka ena i Yalayala ni Noda Curuvanua.
Tokelau Information Pack – Fakamatalaga o Faigātui Puipuia mo te Koviti-19 mo ki Latou e Gālulue ite Tuākoi.
Tuvaluan Information Pack – Tusi o te Suki Fakagata o te Covid-19 mo Tino Galue i Tuakoi o Niusila.