Super Saturday - where can you get your vaccination in Stratford?
Stratford Mayor Neil Volzke is encouraging people to roll up their sleeves to help in the fight against Covid-19 this Saturday - dubbed Super Saturday!
Walk in Covid-19 vaccination clinics will be running on Saturday 16 October at the following locations in Stratford:
|Stratford Countdown, Broadway North||9.30am - noon||Free BBQ and chance to win 1 of 20 $250 Contact Energy vouchers.|
|Stratford New World, Regan Street||12.30pm - 3.30pm||Free BBQ and chance to win 1 of 20 $250 Contact Energy vouchers.|
|Avon Medical Centre 8 Romeo Street||9.00am -12.00pm||Kai and a $100 Countdown giveaway on offer! Chance to win 1 of 20 $250 Contact Energy vouchers.|
|McKay's Unichem Pharmacy, Broadway||9.00am - 1.00pm||Get 25 Living rewards points for your first vaccination, 50 Living rewards points for your second, and 15% off every full priced item in store on the day of your jab. Chance to win 1 of 20 $250 Contact Energy vouchers.|
|Stratford Pharmacy||9.00am - 1.00pm||Chance to win 1 of 20 $250 Contact Energy vouchers.|
Super Saturday is Aotearoa's collective day to vaccinate as many people as possible in an effort to help the nation reach the 90 per cent target.
District Mayor Neil Volzke says he would like to see that 90 per cent reached as soon as possible in our home district of Stratford.
"We currently have the best vaccination rate in the region, and want to continue that trend, so please, if you haven't yet had your first dose of the vaccine, or if it is over three weeks since you had that first shot, come along on Saturday to the walk-in clinics and get vaccinated."
"To help give people that extra push, we are adding a special incentive to this Saturday, thanks to the generosity of Contact Energy we have 20, $250 Contact Energy vouchers to give away through a prize draw on Saturday; to enter, you simply have to come along and get vaccinated."
Mayor Volzke will be drawing the lucky winners at 3.30pm at New World.
A free community barbecue will be running at both supermarket sites on the day. "There's lots of reasons to come along, from a free sausage to the chance to win a great prize, but of course, the best reason to come along is simply to do your bit, get vaccinated, be protected and protect others against Covid-19."