Pacific Data and Interactive Graphs
Pacific COVID-19 Cases in NZ
Daily Pacific COVID-19 Cases in NZ
Hover over each column to see the number of COVID-19 cases identified each day.
The first two Pacific cases were recorded on 29 March 2020. The highest number of cases were recorded on 31 March and 10 April with a total of 6 cases each day. There has been a total of 14 days showing 0 Pacific cases with the last Pacific case recorded May 9. A total of 80 Pacific COVID-19 cases have been identified in New Zealand.
Daily Pacific COVID-19 Cases in NZ vs Other Ethnicity COVID-19 Cases in NZ
Hover over the red columns to see the number of COVID-19 cases identified each day. The blue columns give the number of COVID-19 cases for all other ethnicities. Add them both for a total tally of COVID-19 cases in NZ per day. On average Pacific make up approximately 5% of all cases in NZ to date.
Pacific Flu Vaccinations 2020
Flu Vaccinations for 65+ – by ethnicity (as at 1 May 2020)
Hover over each column to see the percentage of vaccinations for the 65+ age group by ethnicity.
Almost two-thirds (61%) of all eligible Pacific peoples aged 65+ received their 2020 flu vaccination by 8 May 2020. This is higher than the total proportion achieved at the end of the flu season in September 2019.
It is important to note that these figures exclude vaccinations among patients who did not give consent for their data to be uploaded to the National Immunisation Register (NIR) or where the data has not yet made it on to the NIR. The true rate is estimated to be higher.
Pacific Flu Vaccinations for 65+ – by Pacific priority DHB (as at 1 May 2020)
By 1 May 2020, Capital and Coast DHB recorded the highest proportion of Pacific peoples aged 65+ receiving the flu vaccination (70%). Counties-Manukau recorded the highest numbers of flu vaccinations with 4,542 vaccinations, comprising 54% of all Pacific peoples aged 65+ in the region. A total of 12,265 Pacific peoples aged 65+ had received the flu vaccination by 1 May 2020.