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Tāmaki Vaccination Centre

The Tāmaki Vaccination Centre (TVC) is the only Iwi-led  centre in Tāmaki that provides access for whānau and community to the Covid-19 rongoā āraimate.

Dot your sleeve to support, connect your dots, and help our whānau, hapū, iwi and all our communities in Aotearoa to get protected.

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei established the centre as part of its commitment to play our part in stomping out Covid-19. Get your dot for your whānau, your tamariki and your mokopuna!

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The TVC will be open from Monday – Friday, 8am to 3:30pm. Rongoā āraimate now available for those aged 16 and over, as well as those aged 12-15, who are accompanied by a parent. 

No booking required, walk-ins now available – 261 Morrin Road, St Johns.

Frequently Asked Questions.

Learn More About The TVC

HOW TO  GET IN TOUCH?

If you have any feedback, questions or concerns please email – vaccine@nwo.iwi.nz

 

WHERE IS THE TĀMAKI VACCINATION CLINIC LOCATED?

We are based at 261 Morrin Road, St Johns.

Opening hours: Monday – Friday 8am – 3:30pm.

 

WHAT IS THE PROCESS WHEN WE ARRIVE?

Once you have arrived you can walk from your car to line up at the entrance – ensuring you maintain 2 metre social distancing at all times. Our staff will be wearing PPE and will greet you at the door. You will be asked a few questions outside before being allowed into the building.

Please ensure you are wearing a face mask. If you do not have one we will provide one for you upon arrival. 

 

WHAT HEALTH AND SAFETY MEASURES HAVE BEEN PUT IN PLACE?

We will be following social distancing measures and infection control measures (disinfecting surfaces, chairs etc, after each patient). Our kaimahi will also be in PPE gear and will change gear between each patient – this applies to all workers throughout the centre.

 

WHAT IF I HAVE VISTED A LOCATIONS OF INTEREST?

If you have visited a location of interest you will not be able to enter the vaccination centre – you must self-isolate and get a test.

 

WHAT IF I FEEL UNWELL?

Only those that are well (no covid symptoms) and not been in any of the locations of interest will be able to enter the vaccination centre.

If you or your whānau feel unwell, please stay home and contact your GP as soon as possible. If you have COVID-19 symptoms, call Healthline 0800 611 116.

The most common symptoms include fever (high temperature), dry cough and tiredness.

 

COVID TESTING STATIONS

We have a pop-up testing station at the Auckland Netball Centre in St Johns. Open Monday – Sunday, 8:30am to 4pm – come on through!

Ōrākei Health are also still in operation for Covid-19 swabbing and online consults only. Please contact the clinic on 09-578 0956 to book in a consult or swab. 

To find your local testing station, click here: Community Testing Stations
For details on the Covid Vaccination, click here: Covid Vaccinations

If you have any pātai or concerns please email us – vaccine@nwo.iwi.nz

Covid-19 Testing Stations

COVID TESTING STATIONS

We have a pop-up testing station at the Auckland Netball Centre in St Johns. Open Monday – Sunday, 8:30am to 4pm – come on through!

Ōrākei Health are also still in operation for Covid-19 swabbing and online consults only. Please contact the clinic on 09-578 0956 to book in a consult or swab. 

To find your local testing station, click here: Community Testing Stations
For details on the Covid Vaccination, click here: Covid Vaccinations

Location

We are based at 261 Morrin Road, St Johns.
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 8am – 3:30pm

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#SHOTDOY VANS.

If you haven’t got your dot yet or are due to get double dotted, then come on through to one of our SHOT DOY vans. Just turn up and get your dot in your car or in one of our pop up stations, shot doy!

Getting your ‘dot’ is how we can unite to protect ourselves, our whānau, and our communities against Covid-19. Stay tuned to our FB page for future locations of the #ShotDoy vaccination bus – @ngatiwhatuaorakei

More from the TVC.

LATE NIGHT AT THE TVC.

Late Night at the TVC reached 1000 Vaccinations! So awesome to see more rangatahi come through – encourage your mates to follow suit to get your dot!

 

WELCOMING HEALTH MINISTER ANDREW LITTLE.

Three weeks ago we opened the doors to our Tāmaki Vaccination Centre. Today, we welcomed Health Minister Andrew Little and his team to meet our kaimahi and to explore and learn more about the amazing mahi happening at our Iwi-led Wellness Centre!

 

It was awesome to also share the success of our recent Body Wof event – Matua Andrew even walked out rocking our #MauriBodyWof poraka/jumper!

TAMAKI VACCINATION CENTRE OPENING.

On the 23rd June 2021 we officially opened our Tāmaki Vaccination Centre with a beautiful dawn blessing led by Kaumātua of Ngati Pāoa alongside Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei whānau and TVC kaimahi.

Our Māori-led Tāmaki Vaccination Centre is all about providing access for our whānau and community to the Covid-19 vaccine.