“Vaccination is the safest and most effective defence against COVID-19, and the more people who are vaccinated the safer our communities will be,” said Hutt Valley DHB and Capital & Coast DHB chief executive Fionnagh Dougan.
“To that end we are working with our Maori, Pacific, PHO, and other partners to host a range of events across our rohe to make it easy – and fun – for everyone and their whanau to get vaccinated in time to enjoy the coming summer.”
Greater Wellington Super Saturday events include:
- Launch and blessing of the Hutt Valley’s ‘Delta Buster’ vaccination bus
- Newtown School community vaccination – soccer, activities, food and music
- Heretaunga Christian Centre Upper Hut vaccination festival – spot prizes, sausage sizzle, and live music
- ‘Do it 4 the East’ Porirua youth-led event – activities, food stalls and live music
- Takapuwahia Marae Porirua vaccination festival – free hangi and a rongoa approach
- Kapiti Community Vaccination event – Mr Whippy, food trucks, and a DJ.
The Sky Stadium drive-through vaccination clinic is also open from today until Monday and has the capacity to administer 2000 vaccinations a day.
For a full list of the region’s Super Saturday events, locations and times, visit: www.rph.org.nz/public-health-topics/vaccinate-greater-wellington/super-saturday/.
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