Information from your local NHS in alternative formats and translations.
This page includes translated materials and alternative formats relating to
- Your NHS is here for you campaign
- Changes to GP appointments
- Guidance for shielding patients (August 2020)
- Coronavirus symptoms, social distancing rules and myth busters
Your NHS is here for you
Your NHS is here for you – videos with BSL translation
These videos describe the importance of calling 999 when in need of emergency care and explain that health and care services are still available should you need them.
Your NHS is here for you – easy read information leaflet
This information leaflet provides easy read details on what to do and when to call 999 if you are poorly or worried
Changes to GP appointments
Changes to GP appointments – videos in 14 languages – currently being updated to reflect new national messaging
In these videos Dr Martin Sutcliffe and colleagues from Alwoodley Medical Practice explain that practices are still open but consultations are being carried out differently
The patient videos below explain the changes being made to GP appointments during the coronavirus pandemic
Guidance for shielding patients (August 2020)
Doctors of the World guidance in 60 languages – updated 20 May 2020
Further to recent changes in the Government and NHS official guidance on COVID-19, Doctors of the World UK have been updating its translated guidance in 60 languages. The updated version includes changes in social distancing rules and the new symptom of coronavirus.
Testing & treatment of COVID-19 is free – information in 40 languages – 20 May 2020
Public Health England has translated the message that COVID-19 testing and treatment is free of charge, irrespective of immigration status in 40 languages (including English).
Myth buster infographics in different languages – 20 May 2020
Useful infographics about coronavirus symptoms and MythBusters in different languages are available here: