More than five million Australians speak a language other than English, and given the complexity of COVID-19, it's essential for these communities to have access to and a clear understanding of vital health information. Trusted and accurate news in language is of particular importance with misinformation and opinion around COVID-19 providing further challenges for Australians whose first language is not English. 

Here are some other useful COVID-19 in-language resources:

Dedicated pages for culturally and linguistically diverse communities on the Head to Heath website. View the page here.


The Australian Government Department of Home Affairs has released COVID-19 fact sheets that are now available in 17 languages. View all resources on SCoA's website by clicking here


A multilingual resource for Australia’s culturally and linguistically diverse communities about COVID-19, its impact and available support. With the MyAusCovid-19 app you can: 

  • Browse articles to find out more about COVID-19. 
  • Search for topics or points of interest 
  • View short animations with helpful summaries of specific topics 
  • Find useful tips and contacts to help you adjust during COVID-19 

SBS recently launched the SBS Multilingual Coronavirus Portal with news and information in more than 60 languages, to further support multicultural Australia. 

Stay well-informed and updated with their latest COVID-19 Fact Sheet.  


To help explain what each step involves, SBS has created a video outlining how restrictions will change during each stage. This video is designed to make the nation's three-step plan easy to understand, help communities to continue to stay safe, and is available in 12 languages.



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