Kia ora neighbours. The Covid-19 Vaccination Healthline is a free service for anyone who has questions about the Covid-19 vaccine or who needs help booking theirs.
Andrew Slater, chief executive of Whakarongorau Aotearoa, which runs Healthline, said the advice given is in line with the latest guidelines from the Ministry of Health and Immunisation Advisory Centre, and is supported by a clinical governance group.
Slater urged people not to sit on questions stopping them from getting vaccinated, adding that the service is presented with all kinds of curly questions.
“Ask us anything. We won’t judge. You can be anonymous when you call.”
Click 'read more' for the top 10 questions people are asking Healthline, answered by clinical director Dr Ruth Large and other experts spoken to by Stuff.
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The competition ends on the 12th of December 2021. The winners will be notified on Monday the 13th of December 2021.
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Our Red Cross Shops welcome everybody. Customers don’t need to be vaccinated or show My Vaccine Pass to enter the shop under the Traffic Light System.
We look forward to seeing you all soon.