Data and statistics about the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in New Zealand.
Last updated 1pm 21 July 2021.
All data on this page is as at 11.59 pm on 20 July 2021 unless otherwise stated.
Data on this page is updated weekly on Wednesdays.
On this page:
- Vaccinations against plan
- Vaccination plan for DHBs
- Vaccinations by day
- Vaccinations by DHB
- Vaccinations by group
- Stock on hand
- Vaccinations by ethnicity
- Vaccinations by age
- Vaccinations by gender
- Trained vaccinator and active vaccinator
- Vaccinations by group
- Details of vaccination data
- Adverse events from immunisations
|First dose administered||924776|
|Second dose administered||628259|
|Total doses administered||1553035|
- Cumulative total: All vaccinations that have been administered and entered into the COVID-19 Immunisation Register up until midnight of the night before the data is published.
Production plan figures are the volumes agreed with DHBs and national providers for expected vaccinations. These figures have been matched with expected supply. Detailed plans are available in the Excel file at the bottom of this page.
The Stock received figures are the cumulative supply of doses to date.
|DHB of service||Actuals to Sunday 18 July||DHB Plan to Sunday 18 July||Variance||% of Plan||Week to date|
|Bay of Plenty||77345||61859||15486||125%||2269|
|Capital & Coast and Hutt Valley||97197||87018||10179||112%||2935|
The information provided in this table is based on cumulative DHB plans to the last week ending on Sunday. The final column shows vaccinations administered since Sunday by DHB of service to reconcile total actuals in this table to other total numbers shown. On-going, and as we roll-out the vaccination programme, we anticipate that there could be a potential variance of up to ten percent (plus or minus) between DHB Plans and actual vaccination numbers. This is on the basis that, for example, an unplanned significant event could affect roll-out implementation or some DHBs might exceed their planned vaccination numbers.
This chart shows the count of vaccinations administered on a given day from the COVID-19 Immunisation Register. Note some records are entered in the register at a later date than the immunisation was received. This means that the figures for a given date may move for some time after that date.
|DHB of residence||First dose administered||Second dose administered|
|Bay of Plenty||46895||34428|
|Capital and Coast||37595||27567|
|Overseas / Unknown||601||371|
Note: We cannot give detailed information about vaccinated individuals in your district, city or town, as we must protect the privacy of the people concerned.
** The DHB of residence is where the vaccinated person resides, which may differ from the DHB where they received their vaccination. The DHB of service is available in the spreadsheet at the bottom of the page.
|Priority Group||First dose administered||Second dose administered|
For definitions of the groups and further detail see the downloadable spreadsheet at the bottom of the page.
Vaccine available for distribution is stock (in doses) held at central warehouses. It does not include stock in transit or available at sites ready for use.
|Ethnicity *||First dose administered||Second dose administered|
|European / Other||624837||425575|
* The prioritised ethnicity classification system allocates each person to a single ethnic group, based on the ethnic groups they identify with. Where people identify with more than one group, they are assigned in this order of priority: Māori, Pacific Peoples, Asian, and European/Other. So, if a person identifies as being Māori and New Zealand European, the person is counted as Māori. See Ethnicity Data Protocols for further information.
Ethnicity breakdown by DHB of residence is available in the downloadable spreadsheet at the bottom of the page.
|Age||First dose administered||Second dose administered|
|10 - 19 years||12924||8199|
|20 - 29 years||79859||60234|
|30 - 39 years||93170||69456|
|40 - 49 years||93912||67247|
|50 - 59 years||138078||95262|
|60 - 69 years||200242||127890|
|70 - 79 years||197795||126379|
|80 - 89 years||88499||58520|
|90 + years / Unknown||20297||15072|
Age breakdown by ethnicity and gender is available in the downloadable spreadsheet at the bottom of the page.
|Gender||First dose administered||Second dose administered|
|Other / Unknown||993||607|
Gender breakdown by ethnicity and age is available in the downloadable spreadsheet at the bottom of the page.
Trained vaccinators are individuals who have completed the COVID-19 training. Many trained people are only able to offer a small number of hours to the COVID-19 vaccination programme.
Active vaccinators are trained individuals who are actively vaccinating. The number of active vaccinators does not reflect the hours worked vaccinating. For example, one vaccinator may work 40 hours in a week at one DHB and will show as 1 vaccinator in the headcount. In another DHB, 4 vaccinators may work 10 hours each (total 40 hours), but will show as 4 vaccinators in the headcount for that week.
Both counts of trained and active vaccinators are cumulative. The difference between the two is due to a number of factors. This includes: individuals being trained in anticipation of future sites being opened (the largest factor); rostering; leave or non-availability; local health priorities; sites opening and closing.
Usage is an estimate of how many vaccines distributed to sites are administered to individuals. The analysis is subject to a number of assumptions around how vaccines are distributed and consumed. These assumptions may change over time.
Download a spreadsheet containing key vaccination data.
This spreadsheet is based on the information made available at the time of publishing and may be subject to changes. Please take note of any notes and caveats on each sheet.
Like all medicines, the COVID-19 vaccine may cause side effects in some people. These are common, are usually mild, don’t last long and won’t stop people from having the second dose or going about daily life. Serious allergic reactions do occur but are extremely rare.
Suspected AEFI to COVID-19 vaccines are reported to the Centre for Adverse Reactions Monitoring (CARM). Medsafe is closely monitoring the AEFI reported from the use of the COVID-19 vaccine and will report regularly on their findings.