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How difficult is it to translate COVID-19 materials in other languages?

How difficult is it to translate COVID-19 materials in other languages_

According to an ABC report last week, a mistakes have been found in the translation of government materials about COVID-19. Does that mean translations from the government are not trustworthy? How difficult it could be to translate a public health message in other languages? What can we do to help spread the correct message?

Wing Kuang talks to Professor Anthony Pym from the University of Melbourne.

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University of Melbourne Professor Anthony Pym

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Wing Kuang

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