COVID-19 cases

Last updated Monday 10 January 2022 at 9:00am

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New cases at border

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New community cases

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Cases in hospital

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Total community cases

Vaccinations administered in the Cook Islands

Last updated Monday 10 January 2022 at 9:00am

Eligible population = 12,972 aged 12yrs+

12,971

First dose administered

99.6%

12,630

Second dose administered

96%

8,098

Third (booster) dose administered

70%

33,699

Total doses administered

What you need to know:

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL

VACCINATION UPDATE

  • First round of booster shots have been completed on both Rarotonga and Aitutaki.
  • Dates for vaccination rollout in Aitutaki and the Pa Enua will be released in the coming days.
  • Free vaccination certificates are being issued by TMO from the Nikao Hall
  • For more info visit: Vaccinations.

BUSINESS FINANCIAL SUPPORT

CookSafe and CookSafe+

  • Reminder to tag or sign in with CookSafe and to turn on Bluetooth for CookSafe+.

 

COVID-19 Safe Framework Explained

Videos

General Public Health Measures

Pa Enua Travel

Quarantine Requirements

New Health Clinics

International Travel Requirements

COVID-19 Vaccine Certificates

Prime Minister's Announcements

Videos

Prime Minister Announcement, 6 January 2022

Prime Minister Announcement, 16 December 2021

Prime Minister Announcement, 3 December 2021

Prime Minister Announcement, 4 November 2021

Prime Minister Announcement, 1 October 2021

Prime Minister Announcement, 25 September 2021

Prime Minister Announcement, 13 September 2021

Prime Minister Announcement, 30 August 2021

Prime Minister, Hon. Mark Brown, gets his COVID-19 vaccination

Health Advice to the Public

Advice Blocks
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My Vaccine Pass
Get your Vaccine Pass

Get your Vaccine Pass

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Wash Hands
Maintain Good Hygiene

Wash hands regularly with soap and water

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Sanitizer
Sanitise

Sanitise your hands regularly

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Coughing and Sneezing
Coughing and Sneezing

Cover coughs and sneezes with your arm

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Wear a Mask
Wear a Mask

Consider wearing a face mask if you have a cough or are in crowded spaces

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Don't Touch Your Face
Don't Touch Your Face

Avoid touching your face, eyes & mouth with unwashed hands

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Self Quarantine
Self Quarantine

Stay home if you have a fever, cough, difficulty breathing, or sore throat

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Cooperate with Authorites
Cooperate with Authorities

Please adhere to public health messages and measures

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CookSafe Tracing Icon
CookSafe

Tag into locations with your QR card

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CookSafe Plus Icon
CookSafe+

Download and use the CookSafe+ Bluetooth tracing app

What You Need To Know

Contact Tracing System

A simple and secure contact tracing system which sees all residents and visitors issued with a personal QR card. All businesses and government departments use a smart phone or tablet to download a free app to scan residents and visitors into their premises.

Our Commitment

The Cook Islands Promise is our joint commitment to protect all Cook Islands residents, and international visitors from the severe acute respiratory syndrome virus widely known as COVID-19.

Contact Tracing App

CookSafe+ is a Contact Tracing app that sends you an alert if you have been near another app user who tests positive for COVID-19. The app uses smart phone Bluetooth technology and is compatible with the New Zealand Covid Tracer app.

COVID-19 Act & Ministerial Orders Explained

Parliament has passed the following Acts:

Ministerial Orders, Executive Council Orders and Ministry of Health Regulations:

Category Quarantine Orders (Section 12 of the COVID-19 ACT 2020):

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