Napier Port COVID-19 Update: NZ Government Vaccination Order
Napier Port is sending the following communication to all port users at the direction of the Ministry of Health and Maritime NZ. Please be sure to read it carefully.
As a person who enters the port, the Ministry of Health and Maritime New Zealand would like to inform you of the responsibility of all contractors, who work at the port and may need to go on an international ship to perform work or a service, to be vaccinated for COVID-19.
New Vaccination Order Requirements
Under the updated Vaccination Order, available in full here, any contractor who needs to go on to an international ship will need to have had their first vaccination by 30 September and their second vaccination by 4 November, otherwise they will not be able to work on an affected ship until they are vaccinated.
For more information, please visit the Maritime NZ Covid-19 page here. The guidance, called ‘COVID-19 Guidance for NZ PCBUs and their workers aboard affected ships’, which includes information on your need to be vaccinated is directly available here.
How to Book your Vaccination
To book your vaccination either call Healthline on 0800 28 29 26 or use the online portal Book My Vaccine | Ministry of Health NZ (covid19.health.nz). Remember to say you are in Group 1 as this will ensure you get the earliest possible booking.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding on this matter. Please be sure to pass this information on to your respective teams and colleagues.
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