Protecting whānau is what we do

We can be proud of what we’ve done to protect each other from COVID-19. Let’s not waste our hard mahi. You and your whānau can find trusted information here so you can make an informed choice about the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Both doses of the vaccine are FREE.
It is available to everyone aged 12 or over, and no-one has to miss out.
Getting it will help protect all of us from COVID-19.
When you get vaccinated, you can reduce the risk of passing COVID-19 on to your whānau, friends and community.
You will need two doses of the vaccine.
To make sure you have the best protection, it's best to get both doses.

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Be a doer! Karawhiua

Whānau and Māori communities can be proud of what we’ve done to protect each other from COVID-19. Whānau in Te Araroa on the East Coast share their story of achieving community immunity.

Video Link: https://karawhiua.nz/assets/Videos/captioned_english_advisory30sec_COVID-Te-Araroa-TVC_master.mp4

Getting vaccinated is your choice

There are lots of ways we can protect against COVID-19. Getting vaccinated is one of them. The vaccine is especially important to protect those who are at higher risk of serious illness like our kuia and kaumātua.

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Understanding the COVID-19 vaccine rollout plan

One of the best ways to protect yourself and your whānau is to get vaccinated. Find out when the vaccine will be made available to you.

When can I get vaccinated?
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Be a doer, tell everyone about it

Download files such as posters, factsheets, and videos to share with whānau, hapū, iwi and supporters around the motu.

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