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A Round-Up of Multilingual Resources on COVID-19

Last updated: June 4, 2020.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there is “an ongoing outbreak of respiratory disease caused by a novel (new) coronavirus […] (abbreviated ‘COVID-19’). […] On March 11, WHO publicly characterized COVID-19 as a pandemic. On March 13, the President of the United States declared the COVID-19 outbreak a national emergency.”

This blog post contains fact sheets, posters, multimedia resources, and links to live updates in multiple languages about COVID-19, its symptoms, and how to prevent it. Key CDC resources are listed first, followed by materials from other sources organized by type (sources include federal, state, and local government agencies, and selected nonprofit organizations). You can download materials by clicking on your desired language, or access the latest materials from each source by clicking through to each source page.

Key COVID-19 Resources from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

For the latest CDC resources, see: COVID-19 Print Resources and COVID-19 video playlist.

Fact Sheets

Posters

Videos & Other Multimedia Resources

Live Updates

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9 thoughts on “A Round-Up of Multilingual Resources on COVID-19”

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    Rachael Cunningham

    Do you have any resources in Creole and Swahili? The school districts I work with do not, and I would love to send this resource to the newcomer families that I work with. Thank you!

    1. Meg Gibbon

      Hello Rachael! Thank you for your question. We’ve updated the post above with Swahili language resources.
      3/20/2020 Update: We have added a resource in Haitian Creole above.

      If others are looking for specific languages, feel free to comment here or email Switchboard@Rescue.org.

    1. Meg Gibbon

      Hello Jennifer! Thank you for your comment. Karen resources are available above and we have now added a resource in Pashto.
      3/26/20 Update: Resources in Nuer and Karenni are now available, with thanks to Jennifer at Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska!

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