COVID-19 Protection Framework (traffic lights)
New Zealand moves to the COVID-19 Protection Framework, also known as the traffic lights, on 3 December. This new approach to COVID-19 will introduce more freedoms for vaccinated New Zealanders.
My Vaccine Pass is now available
Requesting your pass only takes a few minutes and will be emailed to you within 24 hours. The quickest way to get your pass is through your My Covid Record, but if you cannot access this service you can call 0800 222 478 — have your NHI number ready.
Get vaccinated now to enjoy greater freedoms
To enjoy the full life everyone in New Zealand deserves, get vaccinated today.
If you are already vaccinated, do your best to help your friends and family get their vaccinations so we can all enjoy life within the new system sooner.
Check your COVID-19 vaccination records
If you have had your first or second dose of the vaccine, now is the time to make sure your vaccination details are accurate
Go to My Covid Record now to confirm your vaccination information is correct.
Making workplaces as safe as possible
We want to help protect workplaces and workers from COVID-19. We are mandating vaccination for workers at businesses where customers need to show COVID-19 vaccination certificates to make those workplaces as safe as possible and give confidence to staff and customers.
Tracking the vaccination rate in your community
Our interactive vaccination map allows you to keep track of the vaccination rates across New Zealand.
You can see the proportion of people who have received their first or second dose, and compare your area or DHB with others in New Zealand.
Search your address or check the map to find your area or DHB.
We can start to reconnect with the world
Soon we will be on a pathway to reopening our borders and reconnecting people and businesses with the world. We will take a cautious approach to reopening.
High vaccination levels mean we will not have to rely so much on a tight border to keep cases out.
In the future, vaccinated travellers who have tested negative for COVID-19 will be able to have a shorter stay in MIQ, as well as options for isolating at their home.
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