She initially debated whether she would get the vaccine while pregnant or after the birth.
"I started getting pins and needles in my hands and face. My hands were turning purple."
One business owner said the pass would offer "peace of mind" to customers.
The family got vaccinated for themselves and for the wider community.
The challenge now was making the vaccine accessible as people returned to work and school.
Now was the time to protect ourselves, our whānau and communities from Delta, he said.
Here is how Rotorua ranks compared to other towns in the race to vaccinate 90 per cent.
The clinic will be operating every Sunday and Monday from 10am to 6pm until December.
An investigator said the vaccination was a great way to reduce vulnerability to Covid-19.
Rotorua's leaders back campaign - and urge people to get their jabs.
Police were alerted at about 1.40pm.
Auckland manufacturers supply 90 per cent of building products needed in the regions.
The announcement will be made at 4pm today.
There was 170 pedestrian injuries from crashes in the last 10 years in Rotorua.
After two weeks, many businesses have been able to partially open at level 3.
But epidemiologist Michael Baker says we are not in the clear yet.
Several motel owners said they have gone from being fully booked to nearly empty.
The plans come after the return of the land to Ngāti Whakaue.
Unpaid rates figures in Rotorua have doubled in the past three years.
Having strong connections with Te Arawa would serve the next mayor well, says Coffey.
Police said there did not appear to be anyone trapped.
The man was in critical condition when he was airlifted to Waikato Hospital.
Emergency services are attending incidents in Bay of Plenty this morning.
One family had an escape plan ready in case rioters started invading homes.
Fire and Emergency Services say the burnoff is under control.
Matire Duncan says change is needed to reduce plastic getting into the ocean and kaimoana.
One PhD student said sea stars are threatening mussels in Ōhiwa Harbour.
The extra money will be spent on public transport facilities and bus shelters.
One costume was so realistic someone called the cops to report a person carrying a gun.
Peeni Henare speaks on the $242m set aside from the Budget for Māori health
Ministers are addressing the funding boost for Māori housing at a post-Budget breakfast.
Kemp and Doreen McGechie reminisce on the past 70 years of their married lives together.
Similar conditions to Sunday expected this week due to high tides and total lunar eclipse.
Bay of Plenty Regional Council to meet on Friday to discuss Regional Land Transport Plan.