Across the world communities are uniting and working together as we look towards COVID-19 recovery.
To protect those we love, Aotearoa New Zealand, Australia and much of the world have needed to go into a number of lockdowns while we waited for our turn to be vaccinated.
Now, getting as many people as possible vaccinated is an important step to gain more protection against the virus, and to protect the people we love.
As an education group, with over 1,000 employees and a 14,000+ learning community of domestic and international learners, UP Education would like to play its part in the collective effort of ending the pandemic by supporting as many of our people to get vaccinated.
To do this, we are excited to be launching a group-wide employee initiative: Roll up your Sleeves.
|How it works|
1. All staff within the UP Education Group who get fully vaccinated for COVID-19 before 17 December 2021 will receive a $100. This can be spent in your local community, taking your family out for dinner, or simply to treat yourself. It’s up to you.
2. Alternatively, you can choose to donate the $100. This will become a $200 charitable donation, as for every dollar donated, UP Education will match it.
3. To be eligible, please send relevant proof of your two vaccinations to the People Team – email@example.com*. This can include:
4. Once this is received and processed by the People Team, the $200 donation or $100 Prepaid Gift Mastercard will be processed.
|Sharing your vaccination information|
|COVID-19 vaccination information|
The COVID-19 vaccine is free for everyone in New Zealand and Australia:
|Booking a vaccination|
New Zealand – Booking online through Book My Vaccine is the quickest way to make your vaccination appointments. It takes around 5 minutes to book online. Book here
Australia – Use the COVID-19 vaccine eligibility checker to find out when and where you can receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Check here
Employees in global regions – refer to the World Health Organisation.
|About the vaccine|
There are range of resources produced by public health authorities which provide useful information about the COVID-19 vaccination: