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Working towards keeping COVID safe

Posted on: 13 January 2022, 9:28pm

As the new year starts on these uncertain times, the Governing Committee, and staff at Papulu Apparr-Kari have taken the direction to make our working environment and community as safe as we can regarding COVID transmission.

All staff at Papulu Apparr-Kari have been getting their vaccinations up to date and lining up for the booster shots to ensure we are COVID safe to start the school new year.  
School is back in a few weeks and we all need to be safe.
We have been working closely with Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal Corporation and look forward to working more with them in the future.  
We conduct testing when needed and are providing aid and services to community groups when required.
We are also arranging for community to have their vaccination certificates reduced into a card to enable them to be stored in a wallet or purse to make it easier to check in at places.  
We will be charging the price of $5 which will be donated to the Tennant Creek Vet Clinic to enable them to carry out the vital services that do for the community of the Barkly Region and their pets.  
If you would like to know of all the great work that the vet does, check out their website.  
So, if you would like your certificate made into a laminated card and want to support the Tennant Creek Vet than just contact or come into the Language Centre and we will arrange.  
Also look out on our Facebook page or our webpage for updates on our other fundraising events to help support our community in the coming weeks and months.

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