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Information in different languages on the coronavirus (COVID-19)

Here you will find material in different languages that associations, municipalities and other organizations can use in their own channels to spread information about COVID-19 and how we protect ourselves and others from infection.

Information for children

Posters in different languages for children. You can print them and put them on the door, wall or pinboard. The posters are in size A3 but can be printed in A4 aswell.

Movies about social distancing

Here you will find short videos in different languages about keeping your distance that you can share on for instance Facebook.

Filmen Håll avstånd på arabiska

Filmen Håll avstånd på engelska

Filmen Håll avstånd på somaliska

Filmen Håll avstånd på tigrinia

Links to other authorities' information in other languages

Public Health Agency's information in different languages

The Public Health Agency has produced information in different languages with messages protecting you and others from the spread of infection. The information, which is updated continuously, can be found at: Amharic, Arabic, Dari, English, Finnish, French, Chinese, Kurmanji, Lule Sami, Meänkieli, Northern Sami, Pashto, Persian\/Farsi, Polish, Romani arli, Romani lovari, Russian, Somali, Sorani, Spanish, Southern Sami, Thai, Tigrinya and German.

Link to The Swedish Public Health Agency's information in different languages. External link, opens in new window.

Faith community leaders talk about the coronavirus in different languages

The representatives speak in the following languages: Swedish, Somali, Arabic, Syrian\/suryoyo, Tigrinya, Serbian, Turkish, Thai and Persian.

Films from The Swedish Agency for Support for Faith Communities. External link, opens in new window.

On the county administrative boards' joint website there are films with information about COVID-19 for foreign-born and new arrivals. The films are available in several different languages.

Link to films from External link, opens in new window.

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