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The vaccine remains our key defence against all variants of COVID-19, including Omicron. We continue to ask everyone who is eligible to get vaccinated, including people who are now eligible for a booster dose.

In the past 24 hours, 43,219 booster doses, 1,378 first doses and 4,081 second doses were administered. COVID-19 vaccine update Vaccines administered to date (percentage of eligible people): 3,978,510 first doses (95%); 3,866,935 second doses (92%); 30,780 third primary doses; 423,710 booster doses Vaccines administered yesterday: 1,378 first doses; 4,081 second doses; 875 third primary doses and 43,219 booster doses.

Māori (percentage of eligible people): 501,343 first doses (88%); 464,541 second doses (81%) Pacific Peoples (percentage of eligible people): 270,050 first doses (94%); 259,340 second doses (90%) Vaccination rates by DHB with active cases (percentage of eligible people) Northland DHB: First doses (89%); second doses (85%) Auckland Metro DHBs: First doses (98%); second doses (96%) Waikato DHB: First doses (94%); second doses (91%) Bay of Plenty DHB: First doses (94%); second doses (90%) Lakes DHB: First doses (92%); second doses (88%) Taranaki DHB: First doses (93%); second doses (90%) Tairāwhiti DHB: First doses (91%); second doses (86%) Hawke’s Bay DHB: First doses (95%); second doses (91%) Canterbury DHB: First doses (98%); second doses (96%) Hospitalisations Cases in hospital: 37; North Shore: 4; Auckland: 14; Middlemore: 13, Tauranga: 5; Waikato: 1 Vaccination status of current hospitalisations (Northern Region wards only): Unvaccinated or not eligible (11 cases / 37.9%); partially immunised <7 days from second dose or have only received one dose (7 cases / 24.1%); fully vaccinated at least 7 days

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