Wednesday, 1st December 2021
The Ministry of Health and Medical Services is conducting the COVID-19 vaccination (first and second dose) campaign in communities across Fiji.
The following are the COVID-19 vaccination venues for Wednesday, 1st November 2021. Mobile vaccination drive is also conducted in communities. Prior notice will be delivered through district advisory councilors, Turaga ni Koros (village headmen), community health workers, representatives, and mass media communication.
The mobile team will visit households having HOMEBOUND individuals due to illness or old age and for any persons with disabilities. For home vaccination, please call or texts details to Vodafone numbers: 8618482 or 8618970 or 8619599. Digicel numbers: 7474273 or 7474272 or 7474270 between Monday-Friday from 8 am-5 pm only. Any queries after this period can be made to 158.
Who can receive the COVID-19 vaccine?
- All individuals aged 18 years and above can receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
This includes pregnant women, individuals with underlying medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, asthma, chronic lung disease, cardiac disease, severe obesity, liver disease, and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, and persons with disabilities.
Please present your valid photo identification e.g., Joint FNPF/FRCA, driver’s license, passport, student ID, or FNPF card to register for vaccination. If you have registered, please be ready with your registration reference number and valid photo identification.
It is highly recommended that you self-register online for the vaccine at vra.digitalfiji.gov.fj.
The vaccination campaign will last until all the doses are utilized.
|Vaccination Coverage||Registration and Vaccination Sites||Time|
|Navua||Old Navua Hospital||9am-4pm|
|Drive through vaccination||Albert Park Drive Through||9am-5pm|
|Open to all public members||Valelevu Health Centre||9am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Nakasi Health Centre||8.30am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Parish Hall Nausori- Drive through/walk-in vaccination||9am-3pm|
|Pregnant women||Nausori Maternity||9am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Rakiraki Muslim school||9am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Balevuto Health Centre||8am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Nailaga Health Centre||8am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Ba Health Centre||8am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||St. Thomas Primary School||9am-3pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Civic Centre||9am-3pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||St Joan of Arc||9am-4pm|
|Labasa Medical Area|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Nasea Health Centre||9am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Amrit Arcade||9am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||St Mary’s Primary School||9am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Khemendra Central School||9am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Waiyevo Health Centre||9am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Vuna Health Centre||9am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Vuna Nursing Station||9am-4pm|
|Individuals aged 18 years and above||Yacata Nursing Station||9am-4pm|
COVID-19 safe protocols during vaccination:
- Do not crowd at the vaccination site or in front of the mobile bus. Wait for your turn to be vaccinated;
- Wear a mask;
- Wash your hands with soap and water or sanitize thoroughly before and after being vaccinated;
- Maintain safe physical distancing of 2 meters from another person;
- Do not get into close contact with anyone while waiting to be vaccinated;
- Switch on your mobile careFIJI application.
- 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. You will get a chance to be vaccinated after you complete your 14 days of isolation and recover from COVID-19.
Pay attention to all announcements made by the vaccination team.
COVID-19 safe protocols are to be followed by everyone even after vaccination.
The COVID-19 vaccine requires two doses for full efficacy. The date of the second dose of an individual’s COVID-19 vaccine will be provided on the vaccine card.