COVID-19 has affected everyone in Australia. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from all over the country have come together for this campaign to encourage their family, friends, and community to protect themselves by getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
Model Samantha Harris, musician Baker Boy, paralympian Amanda Reid, chef Nornie Bero, street artist Tori-Jay Mordey and renowned didgeridoo player and vocalist William Barton are some of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have joined together to encourage further vaccination uptake and help to overcome vaccine hesitancy.
Let's get vaccinated against COVID-19
'It's important that as a community that we keep each other safe, we need to protect our mob. Getting vaccinated is the fastest way for me to get back on the road so I can party and dance with you all soon! Let's do this you mob!'
– Baker Boy, musician
[Background song with words in Yolngu Matha and English]
For our past, for our future, for all of us, let's get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Don't wait, vaccinate
Getting the COVID-19 vaccine protects you, your family, elders and community from getting really sick from COVID-19, or even dying.
Did you know that hundreds of thousands of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have had the COVID-19 vaccine?
Everyone 12 years and over can book a vaccine now.
Make sure you get your information about COVID-19 vaccines from trustworthy sources.