In New Zealand, there are thousands* of people living with hepatitis C (hep C).

Kiwis living with chronic (long-lasting) hep C could be cured^, with MAVIRET.


*In 2022 it is estimated that 45,000 Kiwis are living with chronic hep C.1
^Cure means the hep C virus is not found in the blood 3 months after treatment ends.

Here’s what you need to know about MAVIRET:


of people who took MAVIRET as directed achieved cure^ of hep C.

This means that the hep C virus has been cleared from the body.

Treatment with MAVIRET tablets can take 8 weeks*.

If you’re living with hep C, you could now be cured^ with just 8 weeks of treatment*.

*Some people will need to take MAVIRET for 12 weeks or 16 weeks. Your healthcare professional will tell you how long you will need to take MAVIRET.

The most common side effects of MAVIRET are headache and tiredness.

These are not all the possible side effects of MAVIRET.
Read more about important safety information.

Ask your healthcare professional if MAVIRET is right for you.

MAVIRET is an oral treatment for adults and adolescents 12 years and older living with chronic (long-lasting) hepatitis C.

Maviret Monthly Pack

If you have any questions about MAVIRET or hep C, talk to your healthcare professional.


1. National Hepatitis C Action Plan for Aotearoa New Zealand Māhere Mahi mō te Ate Kakā C. Accessed July 2021.