Countless people in a wide range of fields have been working tirelessly to stop the spread of coronavirus. That includes translators.
Governments, organizations, and individuals have donated medical supplies to China for fighting the virus or preventing transmission. But as many who work in medicine and pharma know, countries have strict guidelines for health-related products and medications entering their borders.
Luckily, translators from all walks of life, from experienced professionals, to university students, have volunteered to translate labels and instructions for these donations.
Although it may seem that such a massive effort for such an unexpected event would be a bit haphazard, the translators and organizers seem to have everything impressively under control.
Read on to learn more about how medical and pharma translations are being translated and verified as quickly as possible, in an attempt to fight what’s become an international threat.
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