Preparedness

Translated Materials

Materials on this page are organized by topic, with all available translations listed after the English version.  To see a list of translated materials organized by language, click here.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has published educational information about Zika virus in numerous languages.  Below is one example.  Click here for more CDC posters about preventing Zika, dengue, and Chikungunya.

Pregnant? Protect yourself from Mosquito Bites. Warning: Zika virus can cause microcephaly and other severe brain defectsPregnant? Protect Yourself From Mosquito Bites (poster, letter size): 

This poster is available in ●  EnglishTagalog Samoan ●  PortugueseFijian ●  Marshallese  ● TonganChineseVietnameseSpanish ●  Spanish (Puerto Rico) ●  Arabic Creole Korean Japanese Russian ●  Bengali

“Are You Maui Ready” is our newest resource, with information for residents and visitors about natural disasters, ocean safety, disease outbreaks, and more  (four pages, letter size, black & white):

areyoumauiready_image♦ English
♦ Tagalog
♦ Ilokano
♦ Marshallese
♦ Japanese
♦ Kosraean
♦ Chinese (simplified)
♦ Pohnpeian
♦ Hawaiian

This “Make an Emergency Kit” handout is available in ten languages (one page, letter size):

♦ English
♦ Tagalog 1-Fullscreen capture 232014 23523 PM
♦ Ilokano
♦ Marshallese
♦ Japanese
♦ Spanish
♦ Chinese (traditional)
♦ Chinese (simplified)
♦ Tongan
♦ Hawaiian

Mosquito Information in Other Languages:

Handout explaining how to control the mosquitoes that carry the dengue, Zika, and chikungunya viruses:

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♦ English
♦ Portuguese
♦ Spanish
♦ Chinese
♦ French
♦ Korean
♦ Tagalog
♦ Vietnamese

Wallet-sized card: Larvicides used to kill mosquitoes:

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♦ English
♦ Tongan
♦ Tagalog
♦ Spanish
♦ Bengali
♦ Marshallese
♦ Samoan
♦ Portuguese
♦ Palau
♦ Korean
♦ Japanese

Dengue brochure in ten languages:

Dengue_Brochure_Cover♦ Spanish
♦ Samoan
♦ Marshallese
♦ Japanese
♦ Ilokano
♦ Hawaiiian
♦ English
♦ Chuukese
♦ Tongan
♦ Tagalog

…and we have information about Bioterrorism in numerous languages. 

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