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Te Puna Oranga o Otaki

Mauri Ora Clinic

Vaccination Otaki

Vaccinations: Covid-19, Influenza, MMR

Tues 2pm – 6pm
Covid, Flu (Walk ins)

Thurs 12pm – 4pm
Covid, Flu (Walk ins)

Free Blood Pressure Checks

Mon 9am – 1pm
Wed 9am – 1pm

Te Puna Oranga o Ōtaki Mauri Ora Clinic
51 Main Street, Ōtaki

Showing Symptoms of Covid-19?

There are FREE “RATS tests” available from the entranceway of Te Puna Oranga o Ōtaki daily between 9am and 3pm.

51 Main Street, Ōtaki (beside Curry Town).

*These tests are for household contacts or those experiencing covid-like symptoms.

COVID-19 Vaccines

Ages 5yrs and above are eligible for the COVID vaccine. Most children aged 5-11 can have two paediatric doses of the Pfizer vaccine 8 weeks apart. Some severely immunocompromised children may be eligible for a third paediatric dose. They are not eligible for a booster.

Only ages 16yrs and above can have a booster. (16 and 17 year old’s can have their booster 6 months after completing their primary course). 

Reminder: If you have contracted the COVID virus, there is a 6 month stand down period until you are able to receive a COVID vaccine.

Second COVID-19 boosters

Second boosters for those at risk of severe illness from COVID-19

A second booster is recommended for those at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19 – a minimum of 6 months after a first booster.

For those who are not considered at risk of severe illness from COVID-19, a two-dose primary course and a booster dose provides very good protection against severe illness from COVID-19.

The following people are recommended to receive a second booster as a priority:

  • people aged 65 years and over
    Maori and Pacific peoples aged 50 years and over
  • residents of aged care and disability care facilities
  • severely immunocompromised people who received a three-dose primary course and a fourth dose as a first booster (noting this would be a fifth dose for these people)
  • people aged 16 years and over who have a medical condition that increases the risk of severe breakthrough COVID-19 illness and 
    people aged 16 years and over who live with disability with significant or complex health needs or multiple comorbidities.


In addition, a second booster is available for:

  • all people aged over 50 years
  • health, aged care and disability workers aged over 30 years. 

Osheanya Kopa
Registered Nurse

Ngāti Raukawa, Raukawa ki Wharepuhunga, Ngāti Porou, Nga Rauru
I enjoy engaging with whānau and building therapeutic relationships. I am passionate about nursing and have a desire to make a positive impact on the lives of our whānau, iwi, hapū, and hāpori. It makes it even more special to be able to work in a town where I am from and I have the ability to support whānau of my own.

Te Rairi Peneha
Kairuruku Whare Haumanu 
Mauri Ora Clinic Coordinator

Influenza Vaccine Eligibility Criteria for FREE seasonal influenza vaccination

  • Pregnant women (any trimester)

  • People aged 65 years older

  • Māori and Pacific peoples aged 55 to 64 years

  • People aged under 65 years with any of the medical conditions listed in the Ministry of Health information 

  • People under 65 years of age who have schizophrenia, major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, or schizoaffective disorder; OR are currently accessing secondary or tertiary mental health and addiction services

  • Children aged 3 to 12 years inclusive

  • Children aged 4 years or under who have been hospitalised for respiratory illness or have a history of significant respiratory illness