Ronda’s story

Ronda is a Nyikina woman from Derby in the Kimberley region of WA, and works at Aboriginal Health Council.

She feels it’s important to get vaccinated for COVID-19, especially if it can help keep her out of hospital and safe guard her family.

Ronda also wants to look out for her community, and dispel the myths about vaccines.

Ronda is a Nyikina woman from Derby in the Kimberley region of WA, and works at Aboriginal Health Council.

She feels it’s important to get vaccinated for COVID-19, especially if it can help keep her out of hospital and safeguard her family.

Ronda also wants to look out for her community, and dispel the myths about vaccines.

“As an Aboriginal woman, I want to combat the myths about vaccination to protect our community.”-Ronda
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Ronda rolled up her sleeve to receive her first COVID-19 vaccination at Derbarl Yerrigan Health Service on 14 April 2021.

You can do the same when you are eligible, and roll up your sleeve to protect yourself and the community.

You can book and receive your vaccination at Derbarl Yerrigan Health Service Aboriginal Corporation in East Perth if you live in the Perth metropolitan area. Call 9421 3888 to make your booking.

If you live regionally, you can speak to your local Aboriginal Medical Service or GP.

Use the online eligibility checker (external link) to find out where you can receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Book online or call 13 COVID to book your COVID-19 vaccination