Book your vaccine

Everyone aged 5 and over can get their free COVID-19 vaccination now. You can get a booster if it has been at least 3 months since your second dose.

Find a vaccination clinic near you by checking out Karawhiua Vax Now. Encourage your whānau to get aboard waka and protect our communities.

The Karawhiua website has a wealth of information about the COVID-19 vaccine for whānau and Māori communities. You can also use the mapping tool to find your nearest vaccination clinic

Make an individual online booking on the Book My Vaccine website or make a whānau booking by calling the COVID-19 Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26.

Māori health providers, Iwi and Māori organisations can use the Karawhiua brand or resources to support your own communications. 

Māori providers please continue to register vaccination clinics with Healthline so they are available to everyone. 

Disabled People

Disabled people, and their carers, can call COVID-19 Vaccination Healthline (0800 28 29 26) and push '2' to get specific advice and support for booking and appointment.

For COVID-19 vaccine updates for tangata whaikaha and whānau, disabled people and their carers go to Taikura.

Pēpi and Tamariki 

Children and young people aged 5 and over can get a COVID-19 vaccine now. They will receive the Pfizer vaccine, with tamariki aged 5 to 11 getting a child (paediatric) dose.

Protecting our pēpi and tamariki with their childhood immunisations is still important during all traffic light settings. It’s free. Talk to your family doctor, nurse or Māori health provider to find out more.

Māori Health Providers

Māori whānau can contact their nearest Māori health provider to see what health and social services they provide. Hauora are also a trusted source of information on the vaccine and vaccine rollout.

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