Influenza vaccines administered in New Zealand
The numbers as at 10 June 2022
33,453 flu vaccines administered across New Zealand in the past week, bringing the total to date to 989,780 (20% of the population).
Flu vaccines administered to those over 65 so far: 518,267 (64%).
Flu vaccines administered to Māori aged 55 to 64 so far: 19,205 (28%).
Flu vaccines administered to Pacific people aged 55 to 64 so far: 9,658 (30%).
1,424,827 doses have been distributed around the country.
What you need to know
Getting the flu vaccine helps reduce your risk of getting really sick or having to go to hospital.
Reopening New Zealand's border means we will see new strains of flu spreading in our communities.
Flu vaccines are free for those people most likely to get very sick - people who are over 65 years of age; Māori and Pacific people over 55 years of age; pregnant people; and those with underlying health conditions.
Visit the Ministry of Health’s website for more information.
Data may vary reflecting timeliness of data reporting.