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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.


University of Melbourne Professor Anthony Pym


Wing Kuang

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