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Waikato's kaupapa Māori providers, Waikato DHB, community houses, councils and churches are aiming to push Māori vaccination numbers up to 90% and we need you to encourage your crew to step up, especially our rangatahi.

No bookings needed! If you just want to come for a chat, that's all good too. Our health experts can help and there's no pressure to be vaccinated. 

The Waikato COVID-19 Mobile Vaccination Service will be visiting these locations:

COVID-19 mobile vaccination service » Waikato District Health Board (waikatodhb.health.nz)

Waikato District      

Ngaruawahia Old Railway Station

Including 5 – 11yrs Children

120 Great South Road, Ngaruawahia

 

Tuesday 18 January

Thursday 20 Janaury

 

 

1pm – 7pm

 1pm – 7pm

 

Ngaruawahia Swimming Pools

Including 5 – 11yrs Children

Market Street, Ngaruawahia

Wednesday 19 January

9am – 3pm

Te Akau Sports Complex

Including 5 – 11yrs Children

616 Te Akau Road            Te Akau

Friday 21 January

9am – 3pm

Turangawaewae Marae

 5 – 11yrs Children

29 River Road Ngaruawahi

Monday 17 January  - Friday 21 January

9am – 3pm

Huntly Countdown

Including 5 – 11yrs Children

16-18 Tumate Mahuta Drive, Huntly

Monday 17 – Tuesday 18 January

Wednesday 19 – Friday 21 January

Saturday 22 Sunday 23

 

10am – 4pm

 

11am – 5pm

 

10am – 4pm

Waitomo      

Maniapoto Whanau Ora Centre

Including 5 – 11yrs Children

23 Taupiri Street, Te Kuiti

Monday 17 January

Tuesday 18 January

10am – 6pm

 

 

 

 

Hamilton and surrounds       

The Settlement Centre

46G Boundary Road

Friday 14 January

10am – 3pm

Western Community Centre

46 Hyde Ave , Nawton

Friday 14 – Sunday 16 January

10am – 3pm

K’aute Pacifika-                   5-11yr s & bookings only

960 Victoria Street, Hamilton

Monday 17 – Friday 21 January

10am – 3pm

The Settlement Centre

Including 5 – 11yrs Children

46G Boundary Road

Tues 18 & Friday 21 January

10am -3pm

Waipa      

Kihikihi Anglican Church

Lyon Street, Kihikhih

Thursday 20 January, Friday 21 January

10.30– 3.30pm

Ōtorohanga and surrounds      

Countdown Carpark

123/119 Maniapoto Street, Otorohanga

Monday 10 Jan to Friday 14 Jan

10am – 3pm

St Davids Church

Cnr Ranfurly & Turongo Street, Otorohanga

Wednesday 19 January

2pm – 7pm

Matamata- Piako      

Matamata Warehouse Carpark

43/47 Waharoa Rd East, Matamata

Friday 14 January

10am – 2.30pm

Morrinsville             New World

Including 5 – 11yrs Children

89-97 Thames Street,   Morrinsville

Monday 17 – Wenesday 19 January

10am – 3pm

Matamata New World

Including 5 – 11yrs Children

45 Wahaora East Street,  Matamata

Thursday 20 – Sunday 23 January

10am – 3pm

South Waikato      

Tokoroa CVC

Bookings required for all age groups and specific vaccines

Including 5 – 11yrs Children

203 Leith Place          Tokoroa                

Tuesday 18 – Wednesday 19

Thursday 20

Friday 21

9am – 4pm

9am – 6pm

9am – 4pm

SWPICS

Bookings required for all age groups and specific vaccines

 

Maraetai Road, Tokoroa

Saturday 22 Janaury                   

9am – 4pm

Thames-Coromandel-Hauraki      

Rhodes Park Thames

Drive Through Clinic, Ngati Maru Highway, Thames

Friday 14 – Saturday 15 January

10am – 4pm

Ruapehu      

Taumarunui Memorial Hall ( grass area oppostite)

153 Hakiaha Street, Taumarunui

 

Monday 10 – Friday 14 January

 

10 am – 2pm

Taumarunui Memorial Hall ( grass area oppostite)

153 Hakiaha Street, Taumarunui

Monday 17 – Friday 21 January

 

 

10 am – 3pm

 

 

Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is an important step you can take to protect yourself, your kaumātua and whānau from the effects of the virus. For more information on the COVID-19 vaccines and eligibility visit Ministry of Health - COVID-19 vaccines

The majority of routine vaccinations can now be administered before, after, or at the same time as your COVID-19 vaccinations. The exception to this is the Zostavax (shingles) vaccine where a 7-day gap before or after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 is advised. If you have any questions, please discuss with your health provider.