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COVID resources in other languages

Below are COVID related resources in a variety of languages other than English. Please click each list item to see a drop-down menu containing all the information. 

The Victorian Government has videos about COVID-19 in a variety of languages on YouTube.

Playlists available are:

The National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters’ Council publishes COVID-19 related news bulletins in the following languages:

There are many mental-health related resources to help the CALD community.

The Family Recovery Fund
Culturally and linguistically diverse individuals and families in Victoria who have been significantly impacted by COVID can access case management support (with a focus on mental health recovery, education, training and employment) through the Family Recovery Program. Information regarding this program is available in 13 community languages. If you would like more info, please contact

Mental health videos in language
Watch videos by Turkish, Arabic, Urdu & Somali community leaders, funded by the North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network and the Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network and created by MyCentre:

Turkish – religious leader

Arabic – GP

English – GP

Urdu – social worker

Somali – community leader

Watch new CALD mental health videos by the North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network in Vietnamese, Hindi, Cantonese, Mandarin:

Watch Aboriginal community members' stories about caring for mental health:

We’ve created key message tiles in Turkish, Punjabi, Vietnamese, Macedonian, Assyrian and Chinese (simplified), for sharing with your networks, which you can download below. They contain the following key messages:

  • 'Victorians can only leave home for five reasons'
  • 'If you're feeling unwell or have visited an exposure site, get tested'
  • 'All Victorians over 40 are now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine'​

There are several resources available for CALD/ multicultural businesses to download below.

  • QR code information in Arabic, Turkish, Persian, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese​.
  • You can also visit ​for an important message regarding COVIDSafe information translated in Arabic, Dari, Greek, Italian, Khmer, Korean, Punjabi, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese and Turkish.​ 

Coronavirus hotline: If you are concerned, call the coronavirus hotline 1800 675 398 (24 Hours).
Interpreting service: If you need an interpreter, call TIS National on 131 450.
Public Transport Information: Visit the Public Transport Victoria translated resources site. 

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