Air New Zealand Boeing 787. Started vaccination aboard
New Zealand announced that 16 October would be a “Super Saturday”, a date when the government is urging any eligible non-vaccinated New Zealander to be vaccinated.
However, some people will be able to get vaccinated aboard an Air New Zealand Boeing 787 aircraft at Auckland airport.
People who can sign up for the opportunity “Jabaset” They will get their first injection of the Pfizer vaccine. Additionally, they will receive a tour of an Air New Zealand hangar, complimentary snacks and beverages served by Air New Zealand crew members, and a commemorative boarding pass.
According to a statement released by the airline, the unique offering is open to anyone in the Auckland area who is eligible for the vaccine, who has not yet received it, and enrolls through the National Service Portal for Air New. Can do. zeeland. Once they sign up for their vaccinations, they will see “Air New Zealand Jabaseat” As your potential vaccination site.
No fee will be charged for the vaccine or experience, although customers who may reserve it “Jabaset” He will be responsible for commuting to and from the airport.
“All people on Motu (the island) have a role to play in protecting Aotearoa/New Zealand against Covid-19 by vaccinating, and we are calling for a massive collective effort to do so,” Tamati Shepard-Wipiti, manager of the Equity Group for the Health Ministry’s Covid-19 Vaccines and Immunization Program, said in a press release.
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