Coronavirus information in other languages and formats
Coronavirus information in British Sign Language
The Government has produced videos in BSL on these topics:
- Essential advice
- Spot the signs
- Home isolation advice for people with symptoms
- How to use the NHS
- Advice on face touching
Coronavirus information in other languages
Doctors of the World has produced guidance informed by Government and NHS advice translated into 60 languages – including Albanian, Arabic, Bengali, traditional and simplified Chinese (Cantonese/Mandarin), French, Gujarati, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Somali and Urdu. Some audio and video translations as well as written translations are available.
Public Health England has translated the message that COVID-19 testing and treatment is free of charge, regardless of immigration status, into 40 languages – including Albanian, Arabic, Bengali, Cantonese, French, Gujarati, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Somali and Urdu:
A group of doctors, medical students and volunteers has created COVID-19 infographics that give general advice and myth-busting information translated into 34 languages including Arabic, Bengali, traditional and simplified Chinese (Cantonese/Mandarin), French, Gujarati, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Somali and Urdu.
British Red Cross has produced tips on staying connected and an Emergency Contact Card where people can write the name and details of the person they would wish to be contacted if they become seriously ill. This has been translated into languages including Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Dari, Kurdish Sorani, Farsi, Pashto, Somali, Tigrinya and Vietnamese.
Coronavirus information in easy read
Public Health England has produced easy read information: