The process is whānau will be automatically contacted
by MoH when they are eligible.
Heres a link whānau can complete to let them know when they are eligible
COVID-19 vaccine plan
We have a plan to provide a free vaccine to protect everyone in Aotearoa.
We’ve secured enough Pfizer vaccine for everyone in New Zealand aged 16 and over to get the two doses they need against COVID-19.
First, we’re protecting those most at risk of catching COVID-19 in their workplace. This will reduce the risk of future outbreaks and lockdowns. Next, we’ll vaccinate people most at risk of getting seriously sick or dying if they get the virus.
New Zealand’s vaccine plan is to:
- put safety first with all COVID-19 vaccines
- secure enough safe and effective vaccines to protect Aotearoa and the Pacific
- protect Maori, Pacific peoples, and other groups at greater risk of COVID-19
- make it easy for people to get vaccinated
- ensure we are prepared for future outbreaks
- support New Zealand’s contribution to global wellbeing.
The rollout at a glance
We’re rolling out the vaccine in stages. We’ve created four groups that everyone in the country aged 16 and over will fall under.
Dates and timings may change
Time frames are approximate and may overlap. The actual start dates will depend on when vaccines are delivered and whether there is community transmission at the time.
Our vaccination dashboard shows a snapshot of our vaccination progress. You can see the number of people who have received their vaccination in New Zealand so far.
Find out what group you’re in
What group you’re in depends on your age and situation. You can use the Unite against COVID-19 tool to find out what group you’re probably in and when you can get a vaccine.