COVID19 Vaccination

Australian Government Department of Health message about COVID-19 vaccines {28-01-2021]

Anindilyakwa translation by by Jennie Bara Bara, Sarah Mamarika, Colleen Mamarika, Donna Mamarika, Judy Lalara, Carol Wurramara, Elvis Wurramara, Mildred Mamarika
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Language: 
Anindilyakwa
Source: 
Australian Government, Department of Health
Groote Eylandt Language Centre
Date published: 
Tuesday, 9 March, 2021

Ngarrimurndakeyina narnumamalya ngarruminenena angalya Australia ngarraminumajubudenama enena-langwa angbilyuwa emikirra COVID-19, kajungwa ngarrarrubuda ngarningajunwama akambilyi-yada ngarningakawura ngarriyakirra enena-langwa COVID-19.

Aminenena-langwa angbilyuwa wurrumangkadirra wurraringkirungkama narrumalabajama ambaka-langwa makina mirrijina, kajungwa akabilabajini-yada ngarnumamalyu-manja akwa wurrumangkadirru-manja.

Kembirra abirraja kwuweningmurdu-manja makina-langwa mirrijina memikirra Vaccines, kembirra akabukwuni-yada akabilabaji-yada ngakwurruwa-manja, umba wurrumirndekibina warnungwadinuba-wiya Warnumamalya akwa wurrumangkadirra nuwabilyuwadinuma kalengmenama karralabajama makina mirrijina memikirra Vaccines.

Yikingayindenamanja ngawa aminena-langwa ayakwa yikilakaja https://www.health.gov.au/ .

Australia is working hard so that everyone will be able to get safe and free COVID-19 vaccines, which will keep us all strong, so that we can live normal COVID-Safe lives.

The COVID-19 vaccines are being carefully tested by expert doctors to make sure that all vaccines that we might use here in Australia are very good and very safe.

After we know that the vaccines work well and are safe, they will start to be given to people. The first people to get the vaccines will be those who need it the most.

To get more information go to https://www.health.gov.au/

This message is from the Australian Government, Canberra.