COVID-19 vaccination – Video – 疫苗接种宣传片 (Vaccination story video)
In this video, in Mandarin, Na shares her COVID-19 vaccination experience and talks about why she chose to get vaccinated.
My name is Na LI, and I work at La Trobe Hospital.
I was born in China. Currently I reside in Australia.
Today Na is getting her COVID-19 vaccination.
You can get your free COVID-19 vaccination at Commonwealth vaccine clinics and state or territory vaccine clinics.
You do not need a Medicare card to get your vaccination at these clinics.
You can bring someone you trust with you on the day, such as a family member or friend, support worker or carer.
The person giving your vaccination will ask for your consent before you have the vaccine.
They will also ask you questions about your medical history and if you are feeling well on the day. You can ask them questions about the COVID-19 vaccines.
I’m a bit excited because the vaccine is manufactured after quite some time of research and thanks to the hard work of many people. The vaccine can protect us from getting infected with the virus. I’m glad that I can be vaccinated.
After your vaccination, you will be asked to wait at the clinic for 15 to 30 minutes, to make sure you are okay.
You need two doses of the vaccine to give you as much protection as possible against becoming seriously sick from COVID-19. The person giving your vaccination will tell you when to make an appointment for your second dose.
请注意，本段视频在公共卫生建议更新之前拍摄，建议澳大利亚凡年满 16 岁者完成第二剂疫苗接种 3 个月后接种第三剂 COVID-19 疫苗。建议一些患染 COVID-19 重病风险较高的人群，在完成第一剂加强针接种后接种第 4 剂疫苗。
要持续预防患染 COVID-19 重病，请根据自身年龄和健康需要，保持最新的
更多关于 COVID-19 疫苗剂次的信息，请访问 www.health.gov.au/covid19-vaccines-languages
Please note, this video was filmed prior to updated health advice, recommending everyone in Australia 16 years and over receive a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, 3 months after their last dose. Some people at risk of severe illness from COVID-19 are also recommended to receive a fourth dose of the vaccine.
To maintain protection against severe illness from COVID-19, keep up to date with your COVID-19 vaccinations as recommended for your age and health needs.
For more information about COVID-19 vaccine doses, visit www.health.gov.au/covid19-vaccines-languages