Kia Orana, Bula Vinaka, Fakalofa Lahi Atu, OFakatalofa Atu, Halo Olaketa, Talofa Lava, Mālo Ni, Malo e Lelei, Noa’ia, Taloha Ni, Tēnā Koutou Katoa and warm Pacific Greetings
COVID-19 vaccination bookings are now open to everyone in New Zealand aged 12 years and over. They must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Go to www.BookMyVaccine.nz to reserve your spot or phone 0800 28 29 26. All calls are free, and the team are available from 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week. You can ask for an interpreter if you need one.
Get vaccinated to Protect your families and our Communities.
Thursday’s Pacific Festival Vaccination Day still on.
With Wellington’s move back to Level 1 the Pacific Festival Vaccination Day is definitely going ahead this Thursday for people booked to get their 2nd dose of the Pfizer vaccine.*
When: Thursday 1st JULY 2021 10:00 am – 3:30 pm
Where: PACIFIC ISLANDERS’ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
55 cnr Constable & Daniel Street, Newtown, Wellington
For more information call: Lafulafu EKENASIO, Mob: 021 075 4815 (Mafutaga Matutua Group)
Ida FAIUMU-ISA’AKO, Mob: 027 522 1542 (Health, Safety & Wellbeing Committee)
*Please remember to bring your vaccination card from when you received your 1st dose of the vaccine.
The Wellington region is now at Alert Level 2 until midnight Sunday 27 June.
An Australian traveller from Sydney, New South Wales (NSW Traveller case) who visited Wellington on the weekend of Saturday 19 June to Monday 21 June has tested positive on their return back to Australia.
If you visited any of the places of interest at the same time as the Australian visitor you will
need to be tested.
If you are feeling unwell and think you may have COVID-19, please call Healthline 0800 3585453 or your GP if you think you need to be tested. They will refer you to a booking centre to make an appointment.
CBAC locations and operating hours:
Please check the links below for the most up-to date-information.
Hutt Region: Testing locations in the Hutt Region.
Wellington Region: Testing locations in the Wellington Region
Wairarapa DHB: For up-to-date details of CBACs in the Wairarapa see COVID-19 information their website .
If you are offered a test for COVID-19, please take it. It will help us ensure we don’t have community transmission, and help keep your friends, family and whānau safe.
Assessment and testing is free of charge. You may not need to be tested, but the assessment centre team can advise you on what to do next whether you are tested or not.