“We’re dealing with life and death here”: talking about the COVID-19 vaccine in the NT.

An important conversation about the COVID-19 vaccine in the NT with:

  • Charlie Gunabarra, Aboriginal Health Practitioner and chairperson of Mala'la Health Service
  • Associate Professor Jane Davies, Co-director of Infectious Diseases at Royal Darwin Hospital and Principal Research Fellow at Menzies School of Health Research
  • Charlie King, community leader

Topics covered:

  • 0’00”: Guest introduction
  • 1’22”: Charlie Gunabarra and Charlie King talk about their worries
  • 2’36”: Why is it important to get the vaccine?
  • 3’09”: Who can get the vaccine?
  • 3’26”: What about children and the vaccine?
  • 5’00”: Charlie King: “Don’t be afraid of getting the vaccine. Be afraid of not getting the vaccine.”
  • 6’10”: Overcrowding in homes
  • 7’05": What is the vaccine?
  • 7’40”: How many doses of the vaccine are needed to be fully protected?
  • 8’13”: Explain booster shots
  • 9’02”: Masks
  • 9’35”: If you have questions talk to someone you trust at the clinic.
Title
“We’re dealing with life and death here”: talking about the COVID-19 vaccine in the NT.
Resource Type
Video/DVD and Audio
Date of release
2021
Authors
Audience
Families and Communities
Research Area
COVID-19 (click to see resources in this area)
Keywords
COVID-19; vaccine
Link
https://vimeo.com/649022209