Booster shots of the Pfizer vaccine will be available in a fortnight for people who got their second dose more than six months prior, RNZ reports. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the booster shots would be available to people who got their initial doses overseas, regardless of what kind of vaccine they initially received. Ardern said Cabinet had made the decision to make boosters available to everyone to ensure “simplicity and equity”. The boosters would be available from vaccination clinics, pharmacies and GPs, and could be booked through the book my vaccine website. People who had a third shot because they were immuno-suppressed would need to wait until six months after their last dose.