How LingoStar can help you with your COVID-19 translation needs
First of all, we hope that you, your family and colleagues continue to keep safe and well during this challenging time. As we move towards a progressive deconfinement, please continue to refer to general information from the Canadian Government to ensure your safety. We want you to know that we have worked throughout this pandemic, as many of our translators and editors traditionally work remotely from ‘home’. This is how we usually operate in the freelance translation world. Therefore, we were already compliant with the social distancing recommendations, which minimized the infection risk among our employees and translators. We continue to be fully available for any COVID-19 translation needs.
How can a translation company fight COVID-19?
We understand that many businesses around the world need to update their clients, colleagues, employees, business partners, and so on. Our desire has never been to profit from this crisis but to help promote information. So, feel free to reach out to us with any translation needs related to the communication of any information regarding COVID-19. Whether it is a translation or a voice-over, we’ll be happy to help you spread your multilingual message in Spanish, French, Chinese, Italian, Korean, German, Farsi, and more. We have already translated numerous company memos and announcements for our clients.
Ask for help with coronavirus translations
We know that your messages need to reach many people fast. Therefore, we work around the clock to make sure your translation needs are fulfilled. Our rush fees for COVID-19 related translations continue to be waived. Of course, we are also continuing to provide regular translation services for non-COVID-19 related projects as per usual. Don’t hesitate to contact us via e-mail, through our website or the phone with any questions you might have.
As always, we thank you for your trust. We hope we can serve and help you during this testing time.
Our original COVID-19-related messages published at the beginning of the pandemic, including much of this blog’s content, are still available in Spanish, Italian, German, and French. Click on the individual languages to get to the chosen language version.