[Jill Gallagher AO]: Young or old, men or women, we are all at risk of getting very sick or dying from coronavirus, and our mob are even more at risk.
Jill Gallagher AO, CEO, Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation
[Jill Gallagher AO]: So it’s really important that if you or someone in your home has symptoms such as a cough, sore throat, shortness of breath or fever – they should stay away from everyone else and get tested straight away.
Call your local doctor or your Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation. They will tell you where to go for testing.
You can also call the coronavirus 24-hour hotline on 1800 675 398.
Coronavirus hotline: 1800 675 398
[Jill Gallagher AO]: This is serious stuff and just as important for young people as it is for our elders.
We all have a part in keeping our mob safe and well.
Make sure you play your part and we’ll all be ok.
For more information go to:
Victoria State Government
Authorised by the Department of Health & Human Services, 50 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Spoken by J. Gallagher
Reviewed 31 March 2022