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Tips to safely connect with family and friends

See how to weigh risks and make plans!

Looking for guidance about isolation or quarantine? Wondering where you can go to be tested for COVID-19? Need poster reminders about hand-washing? You can find all of those resources here.

Many documents are translated into Arabic, Burmese, Chinese, French, Kirundi, Nepali, Somali,  Spanish, Swahili and Vietnamese.
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Translations

Videos

Information on COVID-19* (community resource created by the Spectrum Multicultural Youth Program, Howard Center, and other Burlington community members)
in Arabic (link is external) | Bosnian (link is external) | Dinka (link is external) | French (link is external)Kirundi (link is external) | Lingala (link is external) | Nepali (link is external) | Nepali (detailed information) (link is external) | Somali (link is external) | Spanish (link is external) | Swahili (link is external) | Vietnamese (link is external) | Vietnamese (detailed information) (link is external)
*English translations are posted below the YouTube video.

Illustrates COVID-19 virus transmission and prevention with visuals, not words (from Stanford Medicine)

Info Sheets

COVID-19: What to do if you are a health care worker
Arabic | Burmese | Chinese | English | French | Kirundi | Nepali | Somali | Spanish | Swahili | Vietnamese

How to Self-isolate for COVID-19
Arabic | Chinese | English | French | Somali | Spanish | Vietnamese

Safely Connect with Friends and Family
Arabic | Burmese | ChineseEnglish | French | Kirundi | Nepali | Somali | Spanish | Swahili | Vietnamese

Tips for Large Households or Extended Families Living in the Same Space
English | French | Nepali | Somali | Spanish  other languages coming soon

Tips to Help Keep Illness from Spreading
Arabic | Burmese | Chinese | English | French | Kirundi | Nepali | Somali | Spanish | Swahili | Vietnamese

Using Cloth Face Coverings to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19
Arabic | Burmese | Chinese | English | French | Kirundi | Nepali | Somali | Spanish | Swahili | Vietnamese

What to do if you are a close contact of someone who is diagnosed with COVID-19
Arabic | Burmese | Chinese | English | French | Kirundi | Nepali | Somali | Spanish | Swahili | Vietnamese

What to do if you are diagnosed with COVID-19
Arabic | Burmese | Chinese | English | French | Kirundi | Nepali | Somali | Spanish | Swahili | Vietnamese

Translations in Simplified Chinese

infographic

I'll protect you, you protect me
Arabic | Burmese | Chinese | English | French | Kirundi | Nepali | Somali | Spanish | Swahili | Vietnamese

Other Resources

New Americans in Vermont (link is external): "Resources for everyone in our community"

Looking for support in coping with stress? Call 800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 for support in many languages.

Resources for People Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Videos in American Sign Language

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Did You Know? (link is external) (ASL Services Supporting the Community)
ASL Video Series (link is external) (CDC)

Card for Health Care Communication

Visual Communication Card for Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Posters and Infographics

COVID-19 "Stop the Spread of Germs" poster (link is external) (CDC)
I'll protect you, you protect me infographic
Keep Germs from Spreading (link is external)
Proper Handwashing (link is external)
Signs & Symbols - A collection of signs and symbols to help communicate how you would like people to interact. Includes sign for "social distancing" and for "vulnerable person".
Social Distancing (link is external) (smaller version)
Social Distancing (link is external) (larger version)
 

Resources for Families with Children

NEW: What Parents Can Expect from Child Care and School Age Camps and Care
Help to get food, contact the Vermont Food Bank
Help with formula, diapers or other baby necessities, call 2-1-1 to connect with Help Me Grow-VT
For help with food and breastfeeding support for income-eligible pregnant and postpartum individuals and infants and children up to 5 years, contact WIC
Child Safety Fact Sheet
Children and COVID-19 (CDC)
Coronavirus Resources (Let's Grow Kids)
Tips and tools for you and your child to use when worry is feeling big (Puppets in Education and Vermont Family Network)
Helping your Teenager Cope with the Quarantine (University of Vermont Medical Center)