October 26, 2021

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Air New Zealand offers the opportunity to be vaccinated against Kovit-19 on board

(CNN) – New Zealand announced on October 16, Super Saturday, urging the government to vaccinate New Zealanders who are not eligible for the vaccine.

But some lucky ones can be vaccinated on an Air New Zealand 787 jet at Auckland Airport.

People who can register for the opportunity “Jabseeth“They are not only the first injection of the Pfizer vaccine.

According to the airline, the vaccine is open to anyone in the Auckland area who is eligible for the vaccine and has not yet received it, and can register through the Air New National Service portal.

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There will be no charge for vaccination or experience, however customers who can book “Jabaseat” will be responsible for arriving at the airport.

“All people in the Motto (islands) must play a role in protecting Atorova / New Zealand against Kovit-19 by being vaccinated, and we call for a massive joint effort to do this,” said manager Tamati Shepard-Vipty. In the press release of the equity committee of the Govt-19 Vaccines and Immunization Program of the Ministry of Health.

New Zealand is not the only destination that offers COVID-19 vaccines in unusual places as a way to encourage more people to register.

In New York, some people were able to get vaccinated under the famous blue whale at the Museum of Natural History, while some lucky ones in Sweden signed up to be vaccinated at the Nobel Prize banquet hall in Stockholm.

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Thanks to early and rapid border closures and severe closures, there were only 4,760 corona virus cases and 28 deaths in New Zealand, the lowest figures in the world.

As of Oct. 14, approximately 50% of eligible citizens have been fully vaccinated, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

However, Prime Minister Jacinta Artern said the country was ready to live with the disease for the rest of its life from the “Zero-Govt” strategy. Other countries in the Asia-Pacific region, including Singapore and Australia, have taken similar steps in recent months. Achieving vaccination and herd immunity will be a fundamental step in this process.