Translations - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Campaign Materials
This page is to provide help and support for all people by ensuring campaign posters and government information are available in multiple languages and to keep you updated throughout the Coronavirus pandemic.
How to get help flyer
How To Get Help Flyer in Community Languages
We have been in contact with members of each community to translate our campaign posters into multiple languages so that we can provide help and information to all.
We have created a video format of our 'how to get help' flyer for people that have sight impairments or people who would prefer to listen than read.
Councillor Rebecca Langton is here to explain how Nottingham City Council are here to help during Coronavirus.
How to Get Help in Community Languages (Video Format)
How to get help (in sign language)
Bradford Talking Media have produced easy to read and British Sign Language interpreted material, audio files and video resources about social distancing, Covid-19 symptoms, social isolation and looking after your mental health during isolation. They are free to access and can be used to support service users and their families who have hearing impairments, learning disabilities or anyone who needs information in an easy-to-read format.
Social Distancing Guidelines
As explained by the government, there are social distancing guidelines in place to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus. You must keep 2 meters away from people that don't live in your household when shopping, exercising or going to work.
Social Distancing in Community Languages
Social Distancing Rules in Community Languages (Video Format)
NHS - Stay Home, Save Lives in Community Languages
Beating The Virus
Below is a visual document which explains how you can look after yourself if you have contracted Coronavirus.
Resources for people who struggle to read
The video below explains the additional contacts (in sign language) for other help and support we provide throughout this time.