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Changes to COVID-19 vaccination clinics

Monday 11 April 2022Health news1 minute to read

With the weather cooling down, the COVID-19 vaccination clinics are now moving back indoors.

The venue remains the same in Westport – COVID-19 vaccinations are available at the Masonic Lodge.  There will no longer be a drive-through as the team will be operating from indoors from Thursday 14 April.

In Greymouth, COVID-19 vaccination clinics are available back in the Community Services building, Southern end of Te Nīkau Hospital campus from Wednesday 13 April.

Times for the Westport and Greymouth COVID-19 vaccination clinics remain the same: 

  • Masonic Lodge, Westport: Thursday/Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday 10am-1pm
  • Community Services building, south-western end of Te Nīkau Hospital campus, Greymouth: Wednesday/Thursday/Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday 10am-1pm

Please note that these clinics will be closed over Easter.

People can access COVID-19 vaccinations in Hokitika at the Westland Pharmacy (adults only) and Westland Medical Centre (bookings required).

Reefton Medical Centre will start providing COVID-19 vaccination clinics later in April.

Bookings are preferred and now available by phoning 0800 28 29 26, or booking online at www.BookMyVaccine.nz.  Details about vaccination clinics are available at www.healthpoint.co.nz.

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