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If you have serious health conditions, please check with your family doctor first.
See our COVID-19 vaccination page for more details of the rollout schedule and updates for Waikato.
Most people who are immunocompromised, have cancer or other chronic illnesses, can be vaccinated.
A very small group of people cannot be vaccinated, but your health conditions and medications will be reviewed before you receive your vaccine.
If you are experiencing cold or flu like symptoms and are concerned about your risk of COVID-19 please ring Healthline (0800 358 5453) - they will tell you if a swab is needed and what to do next.
All GPs are able to provide assessmen...
We have some great opportunities for the right people, though there are some specific requirements for the role we have available.
AdministratorWe're looking for administrators to support the vaccination programme by booking ap...
If you are unsure about your symptoms or they get worse, talk to your family doctor or call Healthline 0800 358 5453.
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Pain at the injection site, headache and fatigue are the most commonly reported reactions.
Place a cold, wet cloth or ice...
With the Director of Communications attending the hui updates were provided around the shifting to the recovery phase of Covid 19 and the channels of communication that have now been set in place. There are means in place to ensure the community are updated the resumption of services.
The Consumer Council are looking to increase their profile within the community so there is an awareness of what they do and how the community can be involved.
At the drive-thru/walk-thru centre, you will be asked COVID-19 screening questions to work out if a swab is needed (this can be done over the phone by Healthline). A swab may be done in a dedicated testing space by staff or from inside your car.
If you visit your General Practitioner, they may be operating slightly differently and be using green / yellow / red zones to streamline and manage people with or without re...
For the flu vaccination, it’s 2 weeks.
If you wish to receive any other vaccinations after receiving your Pfizer vaccination, you will need to do so 2 weeks after your second dose. Please check with your family doctor or other health professional before any vaccination.
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