COVID-19 Vaccinations

Need the COVID-19 vaccination?

Get three doses of the Pfizer vaccine to protect yourself, your whānau and our community against COVID-19.

Everyone in Aotearoa aged 5 years and over can book their vaccination no matter what your visa or citizenship status is. Book an in-clinic appointment  for your FREE COVID-19 vaccination.

The interval between the second dose and the third dose (booster shot) is 3 months. This means you may be eligible for the booster shot. Double check your vaccination record to see when you are due for the booster. This will provide added protection against Delta and the Omicron variants.

What are the common side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine?

All vaccines have side effects. Common side effects of the Pfizer vaccine may include:

  • pain or swelling at the injection site
  • feeling tired or fatigued
  • headache
  • muscle aches
  • chills
  • joint pain
  • fever
  • redness at the injection site
  • nausea
How do I get my COVID-19 vaccine pass?

The Vaccine Pass allows you access to places in Aotearoa that require proof of vaccination status. Download your COVID-19 vaccine pass.

Can my doctor provide a COVID-19 vaccination exemption? 

Exemptions for mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations are issued by the Ministry of Health (MOH) according to these guidelines.

Need to travel outside of New Zealand?

For international travellers, you must typically return a negative pre-departure test result within 72 hours of your flight time. Please check directly with your airline, as these timings may differentiate.