COVID-19 vaccines campaign Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander videos

A collection of videos from the COVID-19 vaccines campaign for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

COVID-19 booster vaccination

COVID-19 vaccination – COVID-19 booster vaccinations (15 second animation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people)
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Boosters have been approved for everyone 16 years and older to boost your protection against COVID-19.

Boosters are available through your local Aboriginal Health Service, GP, pharmacist or healthcare worker.

Book your booster at Australia.gov.au

Authorised by the Australian Government, Canberra

COVID-19 vaccination – COVID-19 booster vaccinations (30 second animation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people)
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COVID-19 vaccination boosters have now been approved for everyone 16 years and older.

A booster dose increases your protection against becoming very sick or dying from COVID-19.

Boosters are available through your local Aboriginal Health Service, GP, pharmacist or healthcare worker.

Help keep yourself, loved ones, and your community protected.

To find out when you should book your booster dose, yarn to your healthcare worker or visit Australia.gov.au

Authorised by the Australian Government, Canberra

The COVID-19 vaccine is now available to kids aged 5 to 11 years 

The COVID-19 vaccine is now available to kids aged 5-11 years
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We know the best protection from COVID-19 is getting vaccinated.

And now kids aged between 5 and 11 like Tarni and Lachie can get vaccinated too.

Which helps protect them other kids, their families and everyone else!

All COVID-19 vaccines recommended for kids have been rigorously tested.

So have a yarn to your healthcare worker about getting your kids vaccinated today.

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Last updated: 
18 March 2022

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