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    Some refugees and migrants to Australia may be confused by the range of drinks available in the country.

    In many countries, water is unsafe and needs to be boiled or bottled water purchased. A key message of the ‘Healthy drinks’ resources is that tap water in Australia is safe to drink and the healthiest choice for all the family.

    These resources use easy English and pictorial health messages in a suite of Healthy Drinks Videos and printed resources including:

    Resource submitted by Edwin Lubari, Advanced Health Equity Officer

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