COVID-19 Vaccination Advisory

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NATIONWIDE COVID-19 VACCINATION CAMPAIGN

01st January 2023

The Ministry of Health is conducting the COVID-19 vaccination campaign in communities across Fiji with the following:

  • First and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccines for individuals aged 12 years old and above
  • First and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccines for children aged 5-11 years old (only Central Division)
  • First and second booster doses for individuals aged 18 years and above

An individual is eligible for the booster dose 3 months after receiving the 2nd dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. An individual is qualified for the second booster dose 4 months after receiving the 1st booster.

Please be advised that the latest batch of AstraZeneca vaccines has been fully utilized. We will administer the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines as first and second doses for adults aged 18 years and above.

Please present your valid photo identification e.g., Joint FNPF/FRCA, driver’s license, passport, student ID or FNPF card to register for vaccination.

To register online for the first dose, go to vra.digitalfiji.gov.fj.

The public is reminded that vaccination sites strictly close at 3 pm. Therefore, any persons going to the site in the afternoon are requested to be present at least by 1.30 pm.

The following is the list of vaccination sites from 8 am – 3 pm, Monday to Friday.
Registration and Vaccination Sites Time
Serua/Namosi
Old Navua Hospital

(12 years and above and booster)

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 (MCH Clinic)

(15 years and above and booster)

9am-3pm
Nausori
Nausori Health Centre

(only 12 years and above and booster)

9am-3pm
Naitasiri
Vunidawa Health Centre

(12 years and above and booster)

9am-3pm
Sigatoka
Sigatoka Health Centre

(12 years and above and booster)

9am-3pm
Nadi
Sarada Building, SOPD Terrace

(12 years and above and booster)

9am-3pm
Lautoka
Lautoka Health Centre
9am-3pm
Ba
Ba Health Centre- SOPD Room

(12 years and above and booster)

8am-3pm
Balevuto Health Centre

(adults and booster dose)

8am-3pm
Tavua
Tavua Health Centre

(12 years and above and booster)

9am-3pm
Rakiraki
Ra Health Centre

(12 years and above and booster)

9am-3pm
Macuata
Nasea Health Centre

(12 years and above and booster dose)

9am-3pm
Bua
Nabouwalu Hospital

(12 years and above and booster)

8.30am-3pm
Cakaudrove
Savusavu Hospital- Old Health Centre Building

(12 years and above and booster)

9am-3pm
Natewa Health Centre

(12 years and above and booster)

9am-3pm
Tukavesi Health Centre

(15 years and above and booster)

9am-3pm
Saqani Health Centre

(15 years and above and booster)

9am-3pm
Rabi Health Centre

(15 years and above and booster)

9am-3pm
Korotasere Health Centre

(15 years and above and booster)

9am-3pm
Nakorovatu Health Centre

(15 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
Vuna Nursing Station

(adults and booster doses)

9am-3pm
Yacata Nursing Station

(adults and booster dose)

9am-3pm

COVID-19 safe protocols during vaccination:

  • Wear a mask;
  • Wash your hands with soap and water or sanitise frequently;
  • Maintain safe physical distancing of 2 metres from another person;
  • Do not get into close contact with anyone while waiting to be vaccinated;
  • Please refrain from going to the vaccination site if you are feeling sick or experiencing COVID-19 like symptoms of dry cough, fever, fatigue/tiredness, loss of taste or smell, shortness of breath/chest pain, aches and pains.

COVID-19 safe protocols are to be followed by everyone even after vaccination.