Coronavirus translations

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This page brings together simplified and translated coronavirus materials, with locally produced information and signposting to national resources. See below for materials in different languages.

Got symptoms? Get tested

We have created a simplified easy-access version of the national coronavirus Test & Trace messages.

The infographic is available for download and use on social media or online. We have also produced a printer friendly version (see below) and a plain text version.

As well as English, the information is available in 11 languages: Bengali, Hindi, Nepali, Polish, Punjabi, Konkani, Urdu, Arabic, Chinese, Vietnamese and Romanian. If you have any feedback, would like to request a supply of printed material or would like to suggest another language for translation please contact us at

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Download translations

The infographic is also available as a PDF in the following languages:

If you would like to request or suggest the addition of another language, please contact us at


Please note these files may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. If you use assistive technology (such as a screen reader) and need a version of this document in a more accessible format, please email  and let us know what format you need. It will help us if you say what assistive technology you use. There is also an accessible text version of the English leaflet at the bottom of this page.

National translated resources

You can find guidance on COVID-19 in your chosen language from the list below and share them within your community. This list also includes support services available in community languages.

The Government has released translated guidance for:

Public Health England has published a migrant health guide on NHS entitlements available in multiple languages.

Doctors of the World translations of NHS guidance

Doctors of the World, in collaboration with other civil society partners, are translating official government guidance on COVID-19 into over 60 languages

NHS Guidance translation

World Health Organisation guidance

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has issued guidance in a number of languages:

IOM COVID-19 Migrant Information Service

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has set up the COVID-19 Migrant Information Service which includes:

  • a multilingual website available in eight languages with information on five key topics: health, work, benefits, visas and immigration, and housing and homelessness; and
  • a telephone service providing information to callers in any language from 10:00-12:00 and 14:00-16:00 Monday to Friday: 0800 464 3380.


A group of doctors, medical students and volunteers have created infographics to help summarise key points about COVID-19 in a variety of languages.

Text version of Test & Trace infographic


If you feel ill with any of these symptoms:

  • Cough
  • fever
  • loss of taste
  • no sense of smell

Stay home: stay home for 10 days

Book a test: Call NHS Direct 119 or 


If you test positive for coronavirus

Stay home: Stay home until you are well

Test and Trace: Share your contacts with NHS Test and Trace Service

Contact with coronavirus? The NHS Test & Trace Service will contact you

Stay home: Stay home for 14 days

Book a test: If you feel ill book a test. Call NHS Direct 119 or

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