07th January 2022

Public Advisory: COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Doses

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services has rolled out the COVID-19 booster dose for a specific target population in Fiji.

The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine has been authorized for use as the booster dose by stringent regulatory authorities with over 30 countries (US, UK, Israel, Singapore, and France) administering the dose.

A booster dose will ensure protection against COVID-19 is even stronger and longer-lasting and help prevent the spread of the virus.

All individuals aged 18 years and above are eligible to receive the COVID-19 booster dose. An individual can receive the COVID-19 booster dose if he/she has received their initial two doses of the COVID-19 vaccines at least 5 months ago.

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services further encourages all individuals aged 18 years and above who have underlying medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, and kidney disease to get the booster dose.

Individuals who are not able to go to a vaccination site for the booster dose can contact the toll-free line 158 to register for home vaccination.

Vaccination Sites

Vaccination Coverage Registration and Vaccination Sites Time
Serua / Namosi Subdivision Old Navua Hospital 9am-3pm
Suva Subdivision Albert Park Drive Through 9am-3pm
Nasinu Subdivision United Apparel, Nadawa 9am-3pm
Rewa Subdivision Pak n Save Residence 9am-3pm
  Nausori Maternity 9am-3pm
Naitasiri Subdivision Vunidawa Hospital 9am-3pm
Ra Subdivision Rakiraki Muslim school 9am-3pm
Ba Subdivision Ba Health Centre 9am-3pm
Lautoka Subdivision Lautoka Khatriya Hall 9am-3pm
Nadi Subdivision Drive Through – McDonald’s 9am-3pm
Nadroga/Navosa Subdivision Sai Hall 9am-3pm
Labasa Medical Area Amrit Arcade 9am-3pm
Bua Subdivision Nabouwalu Health Centre 9am-3pm
  Lekutu Health Centre 9am-3pm
  Wainunu Health Centre 9am-3pm
Savusavu Ganilau Park Savusavu 9am-3pm
Taveuni Waiyevo Health Centre 9am-3pm
  Vuna Health Centre 9am-3pm
  Vuna Nursing Station 9am-3pm
  Yacata Nursing Station 9am-3pm

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