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Coronavirus – where did it come from? Maratja Dhamarrandji, Mr. C. Yunupingu, and Richard Trudgen discuss the coronavirus.
Richard Trudgen and Djiniyini Gondarra discuss how lots of men are dying from COVID-19. Dr Mills tells the story about how, in China, most of the people who died from the virus were men.
Coronavirus – Mr. C. Yunupingu, and Richard Trudgen continue discussing coronavirus and what happens after 2 weeks?
Djiniyini Gondarra, Dr Kerry Mills and Richard Trudgen continue the conversation about how the virus can be floating in little droplets of mucus in the air. Djiniyini asks, “How do these viruses enter the body”?
Maratja Dhamarrandji, Mr. C. Yunupingu, and Richard Trudgen discuss the Waanga Animal Markets in China
Richard Trudgen and Djiniyini Gondarra are joined by Dr Kerry Mills to go deeper into answering the question of why a lot of smokers are dying.
Mr. C. Yunupingu and Richard Trudgen warn Yolngu people there's an immunisation for flu, but not coronavirus.
They discuss the reasons why goŋ-wukundi law given to Yolngu by the Great Creator Wanga. This was necessary before the development of microscopes and people knew the reason why social avoidance control of disease and sickness.
Maratja Dhamarrandji, Mr. C. Yunupingu, and Richard Trudgen talk about Coronavirus from bats in animal markets
Richard Trudgen and Djiniyini Gondarra discuss how the virus is affecting smokers. Is it affecting other people? Dr Mills explains passive smoking and also the effects of smoking on unborn children, in relation to the Covid-19 virus.
Rev Dr Djiniyini Gondarra asks Richard Trudgen the question "Why are Balanda so frightened of this virus?"
Djiniyini and Richard discuss how medical companies are trying to find the right chemical to ḏilthan this virus
Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen discuss what the virus is called, explain about the WHO, and talk about if the virus has occurred before.
In this video, Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen start working through the many outstanding questions that Yolŋu people still have about the COVID-19 vaccines.
Rev Dr Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen deal with the history behind the manikay Ring-a-Ring-a-Rosie