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Press Release

30 April 2021

The latest batch of the 24,000 first dose of the COVID-19 vaccines which arrived into the country this month are currently being administered to the targeted high-risk groups. These high risk groups include the remaining frontline workers and those who are providing essential services during the lockdown and Fiji’s vulnerable population.

The essential services include all vaccine eligible people who are part of the: air and rescue services, air traffic control services, ports services, civil aviation, telecommunication services, food and sanitary manufacturing plants, electricity services, emergency services, fire services, health and hospital services, lighthouse services, meteorological services, mine pumping, ventilation and winding, sanitary services, supply and distribution of fuel and gas, power, telecommunications, garbage collection, transport services, water and sewage services, Fiji National Provident Fund and Fiji Revenue and Customs Services, civil service, private security services and road services.

The Ministry of Health and Medical Services strongly encourages individuals with co-morbid issues such as Diabetes, Hypertension, Heart Conditions, Asthma, HIV, cancer, renal dialysis patients, and any other medical condition to get vaccinated.

Beginning Monday 3rd May 2021, the Ministry of Health and Medical Services will roll-out the COVID-19 vaccination campaign at the Prince Charles Park in Nadi and Churchill Park in Lautoka from 9am to 6pm. This vaccination will last until all the doses are utilized.

The Ministry of Health is working with these targeted groups to ensure that all COVID-19 safe measures are observed at the vaccination site.

However, in the light of recent events and out of abundance of caution, public is advised to strictly comply with the COVID-19 safe measures to ensure there is no compromise of anyone’s safety, when at the vaccination site

For those who are going to the vaccination centres, please:

  1. Wear a proper mask and do not remove your mask to talk to anyone;
  2. Maintain a safe physical distance of 2 metres;
  3. Carry an effective hand sanitiser, frequently sanitise your hands;
  4. Download and activate the careFIJI application on your mobile;
  5. Do not hand shake, mingle or get close with anyone who is not from the same household as you;
  6. Bring your own water bottle and essentials so that you do not have to share with anyone;
  7. Please be patient, do not overcrowd and wait for your turn to get vaccinated.

The Ministry of Health encourages all vaccine eligible individuals who are yet to register, please register online before going to the vaccination centre. If you know someone within your household who requires assistance with the registration, please assist them. If you face any issues with the registration, kindly contact 158 for clarification.

By registering online, you will reduce the amount of time spent at the vaccination site and among others.

To register go to:  

You will need your Birth Registration Number and a valid photo ID (Passport, Voter ID Card, FNPF Card, Driver’s License, Student ID, TIN Joint Card). The birth registration number is on your birth certificate. If you are facing difficulties in registering, please contact our call centre on 158.

Foreign Nationals Living in Fiji

You will need your Permit Number and a valid photo ID (Passport, Voter ID Card, FNPF Card, Driver’s License, Student ID, TIN Joint Card) to register.

Naturalised Citizens

You will need your Citizen Certificate Number (CCN) and a valid photo ID (Passport, Voter ID Card, FNPF Card, Driver’s License, Student ID, TIN Joint Card).

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