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NATIONWIDE COVID-19 VACCINATION CAMPAIGN

Monday, 20th March 2023

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services wishes to advise the public that the COVID-19 vaccination program is ongoing nationwide.

Members of the public are encouraged to stay updated with their COVID-19 vaccination, and in particular, their booster doses. COVID-19 continues to be a major health risk and the new variants are a global concern since they are highly transmissible and spread rapidly.

The COVID-19 vaccines provide protection against severe illness, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19. Our older people aged 60 years and above, and those who have medical conditions such as Diabetes, Heart disease, Hypertension, Cancer, and Chronic diseases are encouraged to get vaccinated for continued protection.

COVID-19 booster shot is an additional dose or doses of a vaccine given after the protection provided by the original (primary) doses has begun to decrease over time. Therefore, it is recommended for individuals aged 18 years and above to get their boosters when eligible.

To get vaccinated or boosted, go to the following health centers or hospitals near you:

Venue Time
Serua/Namosi
Old Navua Hospital

(12 years and above)

9am – 3pm
Suva
Nuffield Health Centre

(5 years and above booster)

9am – 3pm
Samabula Health Centre

(5 years and above booster)

9am – 3pm
Raiwaqa Health Centre

(12 years and above booster)

9am – 3pm
Lami Health Centre

(5 years and above booster)

9am – 3pm
Nasinu
Valelevu Health Centre 9am – 3pm
Nausori
Nausori Health Centre 9am – 3pm
Naitasiri
Vunidawa Health Centre 9am – 3pm
Sigatoka
Sigatoka Health Centre 9am – 3pm
Nadi
Sarada Building SOPD, Terrace (only Mondays )9am – 3pm
Lautoka
Lautoka Health Centre 9am – 3pm
Ba
Ba Health Centre 9am – 3pm
Tavua
Tavua Health Centre
Rakiraki
Ra Health Centre 9am – 3pm
Macuata
Nasea Health Centre 9am – 3pm
Bua
Nabouwalu Hospital

(12 years and above and booster)

9am – 3pm
Cakaudrove
Savusavu Hospital- Old Health Centre Building

(12 years and above and booster)

9am – 3pm
Taveuni
Waiyevo Health Centre

(12 years and above and booster)

9am – 3pm
Vuna Health Centre

(15 years and above)

9am – 3pm

The following COVID-19 vaccination services are currently offered at the sites:

  • 1st and 2nd dose of COVID-19 vaccines for 12 years and above
  • 1st and 2nd dose of COVID-19 boosters for 18 years and above

An individual is eligible for the first booster dose 3 months after receiving the 2nd dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

An individual is eligible for the 2nd booster dose 4 months after receiving the 1st booster dose.

The public is advised that the COVID-19 vaccination program for children aged 5-11 years old is currently unavailable and the Ministry will advise once the program resumes.

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