Community organisation Settlement Services International general manager Yamamah Agha said having a trusted member of a migrant community explain COVID-19 information in person was the preferred way for migrants to receive information.
"The easier the messages are delivered, the much better they are understood by migrant communities and other vulnerable communities," Ms Agha said.
"When you deliver the messages directly in language through individual contact, it's been reaching the community much easier. They are able to understand it and follow it." Click here to read the full ABC News article.