Protecting our mob

The best way you and your family can stay well and keep doing the things you love is to:

  • Stay home if you’re unwell and until your symptoms have gone.
  • Stay up to date with recommended vaccinations.
  • Get together outdoors or in well-ventilated indoor spaces.
  • Consider wearing a face mask in crowded, indoor places.
  • Consider doing a rapid antigen test (RAT) before visiting others.
  • Continue to attend any medical appointments you may have.
  • Have a yarn with your doctor, pharmacist, Aboriginal Medical Service or Aboriginal Health Worker now so you understand your options if you test positive, including whether they recommend you have antiviral medicine, what test you should get if you get sick and if you need a pathology form for the test.

By taking these steps, you can help keep you and your loved ones safe.

Yarn Up

Answering your COVID-19 questions and public health questions

Join host Paul Weir and guests Dr Jan Fizzell and Dr Kath Keenan as they answer your health questions in our latest Yarn Up.

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COVID-19 antiviral medicines

Find information about antiviral medicines for eligible Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, how they can be accessed and how they work.

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COVID-19 vaccination

Visit the Australian Government Department of Health for up-to-date information about COVID-19 vaccines.

Current as at: Wednesday 17 May 2023
Contact page owner: Health Protection NSW