COVID-19 information in other languages

Find coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance on wearing face coverings and how to defeat coronavirus translated into different languages.

Find translated COVID-19 guidance information, in a number of languages on the following websites:

Easy Read versions of coronavirus information created by

Other languages

Stick With It Suffolk is a campaign highlighting what we must all continue doing, to keep each other safe and to defeat the coronavirus. This information is available in the following languages:

Stick With It Suffolk messages are also available in Easy Read versions:

Anyone travelling by bus, train, ferry or plane in England should now wear a face covering to help reduce the risk of coronavirus transmission.

In England, you must by law wear a face covering in shops and supermarkets as of 24 July 2020.

There are certain there are some circumstances, for health, age or equality reasons, whereby people are not expected to wear face covering. 

Wearing face coverings on public transport

Other languages

Guidance on when to use face coverings is available in the following languages:

Easy to read format

Download wearing a face covering easy to read guidance (PDF, 1MB). 

Stuart Keeble, Director of Public Health, has recorded a short film setting out the broad principles of test and trace and how this works.

Test and trace explanation

This information is available in the following languages:

This explains the process about getting in touch with people who may have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. This information is available in the following languages:

Information from the Government is regularly updated, so please make sure you are reading the most recent translations. Suffolk County Council does not monitor the content of third-party websites and do not accept any responsibility for any third-party website.