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Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen discuss what the virus is called, explain about the WHO, and talk about if the virus has occurred before.
Richard Trudgen and Djiniyini Gondarra discuss two major questions about the Covid-19 vaccine. One is, what is actually inside the vaccines? The other is, will the injections make you sick?
Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen discuss different Coronavirus issues, such as why is Arnhem Land a restricted area, how long will the virus last, and the meaning of term 'second wave'.
Timothy Trudgen and Biritjalawuy Gondarra discuss how nutritious foods can increase the immune system’s ability to fight and protect the body against infection.
Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen discuss why Balanda are so frightened of COVID-19. It looks at the history of plagues and hygiene in Europe and the discovery of germs.
Richard Trudgen and Djiniyini Gondarra discuss the highly contagious Delta variant of COVID-19. Yolngu people are seeing lots of trouble and conflict over the Covid-19 virus in New South Wales and Victoria. What is making these people sick? Is it the same Covid-19 virus?
Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen discuss the traditional Yolŋu social distancing law, and they explore the right Yolŋu Matha word for virus. They also discuss the search for medicine for Coronavirus.
Rev Dr Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen are joined by microbiologist, Dr Kerry Mills, to discuss how COVID-19 has travelled from China to other places around the world.
Rev Dr Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen explore the question "Has the virus COVID-19 been here before?"
Richard Trudgen and Djiniyini Gondarra talk about what 'opening up' means. Many Balanda are getting vaccine injections at the moment. What will happen to people who haven’t had the injection? Will they stop the 'opening up'?
Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen discuss social distancing, physical distancing meaning. Djiniyini teaches the traditional Yolŋu law for social distancing
Rev Dr Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen are joined by Dr Kerry Mills, who explains how coronavirus can move from one person to another in three different ways, when people cough, sneeze or speak.
Rev Dr Djiniyini Gondarra and Richard Trudgen talk about the World Health Organisation (WHO)
Djiniyini Gondarra, Kerry Mills and Richard Trudgen talks through how the virus moves very quickly from China to other places and from one person to another person.
Dr Kerry Mills explains that when you cough, sneeze, or speak, the droplets that come out of your body are different sizes. The big ones are heavier so they drop to the ground, but the little droplets float into the air. These are the most dangerous because they cannot be seen. You can talk about them in relation to being able to smell salt water from a long way from the beach. The difference however, is that salt water can be smelt, but you cannot smell the little droplets with viruses in them.