We know it’s an overwhelming time for ourselves and our community. It can be stressful keeping up to date with what you can and can’t do and the changing restrictions in Melbourne and Victoria. It’s important to stay informed to keep our community safe. Remember to check in with your loved ones and stay connected. We are in this together 🖤
- Latest updates on restrictions in Victoria
- Exposure sites and case alerts in Victoria
- Where to get tested in Victoria
- Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO) Coronavirus Hub
- Financial support and other government support for coronavirus
- Mental health resources for mob
- Isolation and quarantine – extra help and support
- Information for people with disability
- Emergency relief packages from the Department of Health and Human Services
- Information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people about COVID-19 vaccines
Updated as at 29 July 2021.
Young Mob Yarns: Understanding the COVID-19 Vaccine
A deadly live yarn about the COVID-19 vaccine with medical professionals Dr Ngaree Blow, Yorta Yorta, Noonuccal and Goreng-Goreng woman, and Victorian Aboriginal Health Service (VAHS) Nurse Kalina Brown, Gunditjmara and Yorta Yorta woman. Hosted by Leyla Quartermaine, Ballardong-Noongar woman and KYC’s Marram Nganyin Project Officer, on 29 July 2021 via Facebook live.
Our guide for keeping our mob healthy and safe
Learn more about coronavirus (COVID-19) and how to keep ourselves and our communities safe.It’s important to stay up to date with the latest health advice and restrictions as they can change quickly.
Ways to keep ourselves connected and grounded
It is a stressful time.You might be feeling overwhelmed and disconnected. Here are some ways to keep strong and healthy during these challenging times.
Support and medical services
Remember if you need support, there is support out there 🖤