Six60 tickets and iPhones up for grabs at Second-Shot Weekend

Roll up your sleeves and get vaccinated this Saturday or Sunday and you could win Six60 tickets or an iPhone 13 as part of Hawke’s Bay Second-Shot Weekend.

Hawke’s Bay DHB is encouraging more people to get vaccinated at a number of clinics in Napier, Hastings, Wairoa and Central Hawke’s Bay this weekend.

It’s been more than three weeks since Super Saturday - the nationwide day of action for COVID-19 - which means a lot of people are due to have their second dose of the vaccine, Hawke’s Bay DHB COVID-19 Senior Responsible Officer Chris McKenna said.

“Hawke’s Bay had the highest turnout in the country per-head of population on Super Saturday and we’re hoping our Second-Shot Weekend will be just as successful.”

More than 100,000 people are fully vaccinated in Hawke’s Bay, equating to 75 percent of our eligible population, with 86 percent having had their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Hawke’s Bay’s Māori population also achieved the 70 percent milestone of people having had at least one dose of the vaccine this week.

“Our region is seeing great uptake of the vaccine but we still have further to go to reach the 90 percent milestone,” Mrs McKenna said.

“Summer is just around the corner and the more people we can vaccinate the better so we can enjoy more freedom this summer.”

People who get their first or second COVID-19 vaccination at any clinic this weekend go in the draw to win Six60 tickets, iphones and, prezzy cards. Plus, everyone vaccinated gets a $20 voucher. *Vouchers will be available at DHB-led clinics only. Check for full details.

There will be drive or walk-in clinics at Splash Planet, The Church of Latter-Day Saints in Flaxmere, Central Hawke’s Bay A&P showgrounds Waipukurau, Queen Street Practice in Wairoa, Pak ‘n Save Tamatea, Pak ‘n Save Napier plus Whitmore Park over the weekend.

“There are plenty of opportunities to get vaccinated this weekend at pharmacies, GPs, Māori health clinics or DHB-led clinics, Mrs McKenna said.

In addition to the Second-Shot Weekend clinics, there are a number of regular weekly clinics and pop-up marae and church-based clinics. Information is available at People can also go to or call 0800 28 29 26 to book.

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