You can try some of the printed materials that are available from various resources (below), not just as handouts for walk-ins / in-person patients, but also for your website. Staff can use these sheets, their monitors, or if necessary, even their phones, or an available tablet, so that either an in-person patient, one on the phone, or one asking via a patient portal can have access to this information when you don't have a translator immediately available or they are serving another patient. You can choose which ones you need and share/post those, or potentially direct patients to the links (but tech may be another barrier issue in some cases). Optimal utilization of these resources will likely vary greatly by patient population being served and type of setting.Free COVID-19 fact sheets in 35+ languages have been created by the COVID-19 Health Literacy Project in collaboration with Harvard Health Publishing. New languages are being added periodically. The fact sheets can be found here: COVID-19 Fact Sheetshttps://www.healthinfotranslations.org/Health Information Translations provides education resources in multiple languages for health care professionals and others to use in their communities. Resources are reportedly easy-to-read and culturally appropriate.The CDC also has a resource page for information in other languageshttps://wwwn.cdc.gov/pubs/other-languages?Sort=Lang%3A%3AascAnother 'Roundup' for Multilingual Resources on COVID19https://switchboardta.org/blog/a-round-up-of-multilingual-resources-on-covid-19/Also, courtesy of CyraCom, they used CDC Guidelines to create an educational video in American Sign Language to give an overview of Coronavirus (COVID-19), symptoms to look out for, and how people can help stop the spread (link also below) --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KonpqOwR_CUCDC ASL Video Series:How does it spread --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4gborCUztkSymptoms of Coronavirus --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IN_GVlbyC4YThird party educational link --> "What you need to know about Coronavirus" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KonpqOwR_CUEngland's NHS also has resources in other languages --> https://www.nhs.uk/accessibility/health-information-in-other-languages/Hope this helps!