Administering of Moderna Vaccines for Priority Groups
Last Updated on 2 years by Publishing Team
21 July 2021
The Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are rolled-out for the following priority groups:
• Pregnant women who are living in Viti Levu; and
• Individuals above 60 years of age who are residing in Suva-Nausori corridor
Pregnant women living in Suva-Nausori corridor, must go to the nearest vaccination centre to get vaccinated. Please provide antenatal care clinic card or a letter from your private practitioner and a valid photo identification to get vaccinated.
Pregnant women living outside Suva-Nausori corridor, must go to the nearest sub-divisional hospital’s antenatal care clinic to get vaccinated. Refer to the following for nearest clinic:
Clinic by Area Time
Korovou Hospital Antenatal Clinic 9am-4pm
Nausori Maternity Antenatal Clinic 9am-4pm
Navua Health Centre Antenatal Clinic 9am-4pm
Sigatoka Hospital Antenatal Clinic 9am-4pm
Nadi- Sunshine Special School Nadi College Road 9am-4pm
Lautoka Girmit Centre Thursday and Friday only, 9am-4pm
Ba Mission Hospital Antenatal Clinic 9am-4pm
Tavua Hospital Antenatal Clinic 9am-4pm
Rakiraki Hospital Antenatal Clinic 9am-4pm
Ra Maternity Hospital 9am-4pm
Vunidawa Hospital Antenatal Clinic 9am-4pm
All individuals above 60 years of age who are residing in Suva-Nausori corridor can go to their nearest vaccination centres including drive-through to get vaccinated.
For those individuals above 60 years of age, who are unable to go to the vaccination site due to their health condition or an existing circumstance can call the following numbers between 8am-8pm daily to register to be vaccinated at home:
Vodafone numbers: 8618482 or 8618970 or 8619599 or 2847743
Digicel numbers: 7474273 or 7474272 or 7474270 or 7348666
Individuals can also send a text message at any time to the above mentioned numbers with details including – name, age/date of birth and residential address.
Please carry a valid photo identification when going for vaccination.
All other vaccine eligible individuals are recommended to continue to take AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines.
All COVID-19 vaccines used in Fiji are safe and approved for use by the World Health Organization. Two doses of COVID-19 vaccines provide protection against severe illness, hospitalization and death by the disease.