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Get Up-To-Date Health Advisories on COVID-19 – Multilingual Resources

COVID-19 Information in Asian and Pacific Islander Languages

We should all educate ourselves on coronavirus, and the best source of information on coronavirus are public health agencies. See below for information from Oregon Health Authority, Multnomah County, and other trusted resources in multiple languages. Please note that some of these resources may only apply to a particular location but the general health guidance applies broadly. You can find some additional resources here.

Oregon Health Authority Resources

Multnomah County Resources

COVID-19 Resource Page and COVID-19 information in different languages, Multnomah County Health Department

Other Resources

Thank you to AAPI-FORCE EF (AAPIs for Civic Empowerment Education Fund) for posting these important resources in their article, Community Care During COVID-19: A Message To and From AAPIs. Please consider supporting their work to care for AAPI communities during coronavirus.

Hmong – Lus Hmoob

Simplified Chinese – 简体中文

Traditional Chinese – 繁體中文

Vietnamese – Tiếng Việt

Korean – 한국어

Tagalog

Cambodian/Khmer – ភាសាខ្មែរ

Japanese – 日本語

Public Health Materials Outside of Oregon

Please contact your local health authority for up-to-date information in your area.

Marshallese – Kajin M̧ajeļ

  • Marshallese – How can I be prepared for a COVID-19 outbreak? Washington State Department of Health

Thai – ภาษาไทย

Bangla (Bengali)

  • Bangla (Bengali) – How can I be prepared for a COVID-19 outbreak? Washington State Department of Health

Hindi 

Punjabi

  • Punjabi (Indian) – How can I be prepared for a COVID-19 outbreak? Washington State Department of Health

Urdu

  • Urdu – How can I be prepared for a COVID-19 outbreak? Washington State Department of Health

Farsi

  • Farsi – How can I be prepared for a COVID-19 outbreak? Washington State Department of Health
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