CALD Resources for COVID-19

CALD Resources for COVID-19

This page has important links to Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) resources about COVID-19 and the National Vaccination Program. You can also find links to State and Territory Health Department pages, and Translation Services.

Australian Government – Department of Health

The Australian Government’s Department of Health has published a range of resources and translated materials about COVID-19. You can find fact sheets, information on social distancing and advice for international travellers.

New South Wales – NSW Health

Western Australia – Department of Health

Victoria – Department of Health

Tasmania – Department of Health

Northern Territory


Australian Capital Territory

South Australia

Other Resources


SBS is Australia’s primary multicultural and multilingual broadcaster. They have committed to informing Australians about the latest COVID-19 updates and developments through the development of their new portal. Access the COVID-19 portal below for news and information about the virus in 63 languages.

Ethnolink provides culturally appropriate professional translation services by NAATI certified translators.

In light of the COVID-19 crisis, they have collated a range of resources in 58 languages.

The resources available on their page have been published by trusted authorities such as the Department of Health (Australian Government), Department of Home Affairs, and the World Health Organisation (WHO).

Ethnolink will also add more languages to their page based on requests.

Harmony Alliance

The Harmony Alliance Migrant and Refugee Women for Change is Australia’s national migrant and refugee women’s coalition. Following the declaration of the COVID-19 pandemic, they have translated the following factsheets provide information on the impact of COVID-19 and pregnancy on women and their babies.

The factsheets have been developed from information provided by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG).