LATEST MINISTRY OF HEALTH INFORMATION ON ACCESSING THE COVID19 VACCINE IN AUCKLAND/NORTHLAND:
I have copied/pasted the flier below but you can access the flier here https://www.complexcaregroup.org.nz/invite-disabled-people-and-carers-july-2021-2/ if you wish to print it or share it (complete with Ministry of Health and DHB logo’s. Please note this information mainly relates to the Auckland/Northland region however the 0800 number may still be useful to those in other regions – I’ll provide updates asap for other regions of NZ:
22nd July 2021
The free COVID-19 vaccination is ready for disabled people and their carers
Great news! You can book your COVID-19 vaccine.
Please share this email with your carers or support workers who haven’t had the COVID-19 vaccine. They are eligible to be vaccinated now too.
You can use this invitation to book the free vaccination.
2. When asked, you’ll need to enter the access code KIHFR1HBBN
3. Complete the details on the booking page to register for your appointment
4. Select a location, date and time that suits you for your first and second doses
5. You’ll get a confirmation text and email
We encourage you and your carers to make your booking now.
If you need help with your booking please phone the Vaccination Helpline on 0800 28 29 26 between 8:00am – 8:00pm, 7 days or you can email NRHCCVAXENQUIRIES@adhb.govt.nz
There is no option to book via text at the moment.
If you need a sign language interpreter please email NRHCCVAXENQUIRIES@adhb.govt.nz and we will be happy to book your vaccination appointment and sign language interpreter for you at the same time.
In some cases, people may be unable to leave their home to have a vaccination. In these cases, please contact the Vaccination Helpline on 0800 28 29 26 or NRHCCVAXENQUIRIES@adhb.govt.nz to register your details. We are still exploring the best way to reach out to this vulnerable sector of the community.
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Thank you for helping to protect your whānau, aiga, community and the country from COVID-19. The more people who are vaccinated, the greater our protection as a community.
Senior Project Manager – Disability
Northern Region Health Coordination Centre