Thanks for logging in.

You can now click/tap WATCH to start the live stream.

Thanks for logging in.

You can now click/tap LISTEN to start the live stream.

Thanks for logging in.

You can now click/tap LATEST NEWS to start the live stream.

LISTEN
Watch
on air now

Create a 4BC account today!

You can now log in once to listen live, watch live, join competitions, enjoy exclusive 4BC content and other benefits.


Joining is free and easy.

You will soon need to register to keep streaming 4BC online. Register an account or skip for now to do it later.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Queensland street artist fronts new campaign to boost vaccination rates 

Neil Breen
Article image for Queensland street artist fronts new campaign to boost vaccination rates 

Some of Australia’s most notable Indigenous people have come together for a new vaccination campaign. 

The For All of Us campaign will include model Samantha Harris, musician Baker Boy, chef Nornie Bero, street artist Tori-Jay Mordey, Paralympian Amanda Reid and renowned didgeridoo player William Barton.

It comes as less than half of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Mordey told Neil Breen it’s an issue of how and where the message is received.

“For my mum, personally, she was looking a lot to Facebook and a lot of things that were being posted on social media rather than actual, reliable sources.

“I was able to get through those anxieties by seeing how a lot of my other friends and family were with their vaccinations.

“We’re just here to encourage our mob to get vaccinated against COVID-19.”

Press PLAY below to hear Tori-Jay Mordey explain the roots of vaccine hesitancy 

Image: Joe Ruckli / Supplied 

Neil Breen
Advertisement