Video assets are available to help raise awareness of Roll up for WA, WA's COVID-19 vaccination program.
Our videos are available in a variety of languages to be downloaded and shared with your friends, family and community.
You’ve got Questions – Dr Karl
To help answer some of those common questions, the WA Government has teamed up with Dr Karl for this You’ve Got Questions series (external link), to address the myths about the COVID-19 vaccines.
These videos are translated into several languages (external link).
You’ve got Questions – local experts
The WA Government teamed up with local WA health experts on the second series of You’ve Got Questions series (external link) to address some more specific questions relevant to their expertise.
Health experts include:
- Dr Chris Blyth, paediatrician and clinician scientist
- Dr Nikki Stamp, heart surgeon,
- Dr Tinashe and Preevy Chinzou, doctor and nurse
- Dr Dan McAullay, epidemiologist and Director of Aboriginal Research at Edith Cowan University
- Dr Katie Atwell, vaccination social scientist and policy expert at the University of Western Australia.
Information for parents of children 5-11
To help answer some of those common questions, the WA Government has teamed up with Professor Desiree Silva and Professor Chris Blyth or this Information for parents of children 5-11 series (external link).
Protecting community and culture animation
This animated video highlights the importance of Aboriginal communities getting vaccinated against COVID-19 when pregnant.
The video is available in English, Ngaanyatjarra, Martu and Kriol.
Aboriginal cultural messaging videos
These videos (external link) include Maar Koodjal Aboriginal Corporation CEO Dennis Simmons who uses cultural messaging to address COVID-19 vaccine concerns.
Roll up for WA Campaign TVC - nostalgic moments
This Roll up for WA nostalgic television commercial was filmed and directed in short-film style by emerging WA film director Melle Branson.
Deb Kasich, Deafblind Ambassador
This video includes Deb Kasich, an ambassador and advocate with Senses Australia, who explains the importance of getting accinated.
These videos includes Fiona Perry, an Auslan interpreter on many WA press conference (external link) and Rebecca Adam, CEO of Access Plus WA (external link) discussing why they decided to get vaccinated against COVID-19.