COVID-19 and vaccines campaign Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander videos

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

Boost

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MALE 100%: A COVID-19 booster, boosts more than you think.

FEMALE VO: It boosts immunity…

FEMALE VO: It boosts the chance of seeing family…

FEMALE VO: And it boosts protection for your community.

MALE 100%: Have a yarn to your health worker.

MALE 100%: And…

MALE VO: …give your mob a boost.

FEMALE VO: Authorised by the Australian Government, Canberra.

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MALE 100%: Some of you mob are thinking, “I’m double vaxxed for Covid. I don’t need a booster”.

MALE 100%: But it boosts more than you think.

FEMALE VO: It boosts immunity, so if you get Covid there’s less chance of…

FEMALE VO: … getting really sick.

FEMALE VO: It boosts the chances of seeing family regularly…

FEMALE VO: … and not missing out.

FEMALE VO: And it boosts your community, because more boosters…

FEMALE VO: … means we’re ALL more protected.

MALE 100%: So…

MALE 100%: … have a yarn to your health worker…

MALE 100%: … and give your mob a boost.

FEMALE VO: Authorised by the Australian Government, Canberra.

Wintertime is the best time

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WOMAN 100%: Wherever you are this winter…

WOMAN 100%: …protect yourself with a flu jab…

MALE 100%: …and COVID-19 vaccinations.

MALE 100%: And make wintertime…

MALE VO… the best time.

MALE VO: Have a yarn to your health worker today.

MALE VO: Authorised by the Australian Government, Canberra.

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MALE 100%: Winter means something different to all of us.

MALE 100%: It’s the best time for swimming.

WOMAN 100%: The best time for footy.

DRIVER 100%: The best time for visiting family.

AUNTIE 100%: Wherever you are this winter…

MALE 100%: … protect yourself by getting your free flu jab …

MALE 100%: …and staying up to date with your free COVID-19 vaccinations…

MALE VO: …and make wintertime the best time.

MALE VO: Have a yarn to your health worker today.

MALE VO: Authorised by the Australian Government, Canberra.

COVID-19 booster vaccination

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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

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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 

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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.

For all of us

Videos

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COVID-19 vaccination – Video – Eastern Arrernte family from Alice Springs tell us why they got vaccinated

In this video, Eastern Arrernte family, Catherine, Lily, Eddie and Shanley, explain their reasons on why they chose to get vaccinated and encourage us all to do the same.
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COVID-19 vaccination – Boost (15 second ad for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people)

This video advertisement, produced for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, encourages everyone to give themselves a boost, by keeping up to date with their COVID-19 vaccinations.
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COVID-19 vaccination – Video – Shanley encourages other young people to get their COVID-19 vaccine so that they can hang out again

Shanley, daughter of Eastern Arrernte woman Catherine, encourages other young people like herself to ask questions that they feel they need to ask and to step up and get their COVID-19 vaccine so that they can hang out again.
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COVID-19 vaccination – Video – Nurse Natasha explains the benefits of the COVID-19 and flu vaccinations for pregnant women

In this video, Nurse Natasha explains that the best way to help protect yourself and your baby this season is to make sure you keep up to date with your COVID-19 vaccinations, and have a flu shot as soon as possible.
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COVID-19 vaccination – For all of us (15 second video featuring street artist and traditional artist)

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from all over the country have come together to encourage everyone to protect themselves by receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. This video features street artist, Tori-Jay Mordey and Dotty, a local artist from Larrakia Country, Northern Territory.
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COVID-19 vaccination – Video – Dr Mark addresses some of the stories around the COVID-19 virus

In this video, Dr Mark Wenitong, Aboriginal GP and Public Health Medical Officer, addresses some of the stories around the COVID-19 virus.
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COVID-19 vaccination – Video – Professor James Ward: How do COVID-19 vaccines work?

In this video, Professor James Ward explains how COVID-19 vaccines work, and addresses some common misconceptions about the vaccines.
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COVID-19 vaccination – Video – Dr Mark explains the importance of two doses

In this video, Dr Mark Wenitong, Aboriginal GP and Public Health Medical Officer explains the importance of receiving two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. ‘You’re not properly protected from the COVID-19 virus until you get two jabs.' Dr Mark
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COVID-19 vaccination – Video – Uncle Dale and Dale-Andrew talk about the COVID-19 vaccine

This video shows Uncle Dale and Dale-Andrew fishing by the river, talking about the COVID-19 vaccine. This video is produced for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander audiences.
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COVID-19 vaccination – Dr Mark Wenitong answers questions about COVID-19 vaccines for children aged 5-11 years

In this video, Dr Mark Wenitong answers the most common questions about COVID-19 vaccines for children aged 5 to 11 years.
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