It is not enough to issue clear information about Coronavirus to fight the pandemic. Your critical messages must be clearly understood if you want people to follow your recommendations, guidelines or requirements. It is hence key to have them available in the languages of all target groups.
Here are 6 reasons to translate your communications about Coronavirus
- Messages about Coronavirus are vital. As such, they need to be perfectly understood. If not, they could put the population at extra risk.
- Their content is emotional. It is hence essential to pass information in the mother tongue of the recipients.
- The COVID-19 spread is a global phenomenon. Translated messages can be reused or recycled by others, for other target groups using the same target languages.
- We live in a multicultural society. If you want the message to be spread as it should, you must cover all languages spoken by your target group.
- Even healthcare practitioners prefer to read in their native language. So, English is not always enough for scientific information.
- There are still many international travelers. Good information in the mother language is even more important for this group of potential virus carriers.
Translators specialized in healthcare at your disposal
Connexion has a team of experienced translators ready to translate all your communications about the Coronavirus. They have built up experience in medical and healthcare translations over the years with assignments from such clients as Ansell Healthcare, Baxter, Oxurion, European Association of Hospital Pharmacists, Hôpital Erasme, Pfizer, and many others.
Whatever the evolution of COVID-19 disease, business will continue as usual at Connexion. Our main offices are located in Brussels but our translation processes are all cloud-based, which facilitates working remote or from home.
All Connexion team members are indeed equipped to perform from home offices. The same for all our translators around the world. As a result, Connexion will be able to continue operations even if COVID-19 restrictions increase further.