Links to COVID-19 information and resources translated into a number of international and Aboriginal languages.
Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself and your community from COVID-19. Information about COVID-19 vaccines has been translated into multiple languages for you to access and share.
Professor Nicola Spurrier, Chief Public Health Officer, provided an update about COVID-19 vaccinations and the South Australia COVID-Ready Plan at recent community information sessions:
Finding current information about COVID-19 will help you and your family stay safe. A range of translated resources about COVID-19 are available for multicultural communities.
Further translated COVID-19 resources are available from the following organisations:
Looking after your mental wellbeing is as important as looking after your physical health. It’s also important to know where to go for help. The Australian Department of Health has translated resources on:
Beyond Blue have also developed information for managing your mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic in languages other than English.
ASK PEACE is a virtual mental health service for members of multicultural communities who have been impacted by COVID-19. It is a free service available in languages other than English.
To speak to an interpreter in your language:
If you require translating or interpreting services, call 131 450.
The Australian Migrant Resource Centre (AMRC) has compiled a list of telephone and emergency services contacts. Their multilingual telephone service is available from Monday to Friday from 9.00 am to 4.30 pm.
Community grants of up to $50,000 are open to local community groups, leaders and organisations through Wellbeing SA. Funding can be used to motivate people who are unsure about being vaccinated to get vaccinated, and to create opportunities to make vaccination easier within communities.
If you are interested in applying for a grant, visit the Wellbeing SA website for more information. Applications close 5.00pm Friday 17 December 2021.
Applications are open for the CALD COVID-19 Health Small Grants Fund, made available through the Federation of Ethnical Communities Council of Australia (FECCA). The funding is designed to help community groups to lead local communication activities around the COVID-19 vaccine, targeting CALD communities.
To find out more, and to apply, visit FECCA. Applications close in January 2022.
Visit the Aboriginal communities page for Aboriginal COVID-19 services and translated resources in Pitjantjatjara and English.
Select language and topic from the menus below for translated COVID-19 information.