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October 2021

Super Saturday: Get vaccinated

Aotearoa — we all have a role to play in getting more people vaccinated. That is why we are pulling out all the stops on Super Saturday 16 October and we need your help.

It has never been more urgent to get New Zealand vaccinated

Summer is just 8 weeks away and we need everyone to book their first vaccine appointment now so they can get 2 doses and enjoy everything a classic Kiwi summer has to offer.

The more of us are fully vaccinated, the more protection we will have against COVID-19, and the more freedom this gives us. That is why we are asking you to support our national day of action on Saturday 16 October — Super Saturday.

If you have not been vaccinated yet, vaccine clinics will be open all over the country, all day and into the evening.

Walk-in and drive-through vaccination centres

If you have already had 1 or 2 doses — Shot! But your job is not done

To best protect your whānau, community, and the rest of New Zealand we are asking you to help us reach your friends, whānau, and colleagues who may still have some hesitation about being vaccinated and need some help and support to get it done.

We are asking our government agencies, our business community, our media and our community groups to play a role too.

Get vaccinated!

Either get your first dose, or if it has been over 3 weeks since your first dose, get your second dose now.

Spread the word about Super Saturday 

Think about what you can do as an individual or as a workplace, whānau or community group to help others be vaccinated.

Talk to people about why you got the vaccine

It helps others who have concerns.
How to talk to your friends and whānau about the COVID-19 vaccine

Share reliable information

Some people still need information they can trust if they are not sure how to book or are worried about vaccination.
COVID-19 vaccination: Your questions answered

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