COVID-19 Information for Māori

This page has updated information on COVID-19 and the vaccine rollout, including information of particular interest to whānau and Māori communities.

COVID-19 update

Tāmaki Makaurau is at Alert Level 3, Step 2.

The rest of Aotearoa is at Alert Level 2. The Unite Against COVID-19 website provides specific information for regions.

Wear a mask, scan wherever you go whānau and get tested if you have flu symptoms.

The link to the latest, and all, Be a doer! Karawhiua Pānui is available on the website. You can also subscribe via the website https://www.karawhiua.nz/panui/

For guidance on protecting yourself and your whānau from COVID-19 misinformation and scams, please visit the Unite Against COVID website.

 

Māori Communities COVID-19 Fund

Government approved today (2 November 21) $23.5 million for Māori organisations and iwi aimed at boosting Māori vaccination rates, through the new $120 million Māori Communities COVID-19 Fund.

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Book your vaccine

Everyone aged 12 and over is now eligible for a free COVID-19 vaccine.

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Vaccination clinics round the motu

COVID-19 vaccination clinics and support for Māori.

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Māori businesses

Support for Māori businesses.

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Funding and support

Emergency food and support, Whānau Ora agencies, funding for iwi representative organisations

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Wellbeing and activities

Taking care of all aspects of your hauora.

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Iwi and marae

Managing the COVID-19 safety of manuhiri and tangata whenua at the marae.

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Schooling

Information for whānau Māori with children in the education system.

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Māori-led response to COVID-19

Māori are doing some awesome mahi - read the news about how Māori are responding and recovering from COVID-19.

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