Vaccinate
Greater Wellington
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Saturday 16 October is now Super Saturday! Come along to one of our fun, special events to get vaccinated or get answers to your questions, all while enjoying a range of delicious food, spot prizes and entertainment. Let's get greater Wellington vaccinated and get back to the things we love.

Don't forget, our region is at Alert Level 2 Delta, which looks a little different to what we are used to with Level 2. You can find out more here. Please wear a mask and follow physical distancing requirements when attending your vaccination.

Everyone aged 12 and older is now eligible to be vaccinated. You don't need an appointment to get vaccinated at many of our centres and clinics.

Book online at Book My Vaccine or free phone 0800 28 29 26. The line is open from 8am to 8pm, 7 days per week.

Getting vaccinated in Wellington, Porirua, the Hutt Valley and KāpitiGetting vaccinated in the Wairarapa

Videos

View videos about our COVID-19 vaccination programme.

Resources

Find everything you need to know about getting your COVID-19 vaccination.

Vaccine rollout plan

Find out when you will be vaccinated

24 Sep 2021

No place like home

Latest Updates

24 Sep 2021

Drive-through clinics shift up a gear

9 Sep 2021

Iwi-led clinic expands its service to Māori

Tekau Mā Iwa is a Wairarapa iwi-led vaccination clinic, located at 195-197 Chapel Street, Masterton.

31 Aug 2021

Drive-through clinics geared for Pacific vaccinations

27 Aug 2021

Drive-through vaccinations across our region – book yours today

View all updates

How does the COVID-19 vaccine work?


Find out more about how the vaccine works and how it will protect you against COVID-19

Our vaccination numbers

See how we are tracking as together we vaccinate Greater Wellington against COVID-19

Map of vaccinations at 10 October 2021: Capital and Coast DHB 371,763; Hutt Valley 168,838; Wairarapa 56,342

 

 

 

Vaccinations as at 10 Oct in 2DHB area: 86% of people have had at least their first dose.