Aboriginal Australian dancers from the Yarrabah community. Yarrabah went into lockdown last week to prevent the coronavirus getting in. Photo: Getty Images Aboriginal Australian dancers from the Yarrabah community. Yarrabah went into lockdown last week to prevent the coronavirus getting in. Photo: Getty Images
Aboriginal Australian dancers from the Yarrabah community. Yarrabah went into lockdown last week to prevent the coronavirus getting in. Photo: Getty Images

Keep out: indigenous communities close off to avoid virus disaster

  • Remote, vulnerable communities like Yarrabah in Australia that have limited resources and widespread underlying health conditions are restricting entry
  • Some Pacific Island nations are adopting similar measures, while Canada’s First Nations reserves are trying to adapt to new routines

Topic |   Wellness
Aboriginal Australian dancers from the Yarrabah community. Yarrabah went into lockdown last week to prevent the coronavirus getting in. Photo: Getty Images Aboriginal Australian dancers from the Yarrabah community. Yarrabah went into lockdown last week to prevent the coronavirus getting in. Photo: Getty Images
Aboriginal Australian dancers from the Yarrabah community. Yarrabah went into lockdown last week to prevent the coronavirus getting in. Photo: Getty Images
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