Translating in the Time of Coronavirus

London Translate offers you a translation and language service related to Covid-19. The outbreak of the global coronavirus pandemic in March 2020 is currently wreaking havoc. The Covid-19 virus, which first appeared in 2019, belongs to the strain of coronaviruses that have so far only caused mild colds in the human body. Viruses mutate to change and adapt to new conditions. As a result, this new coronavirus can lead to serious illness and can even be life-threatening to, predominantly but not exclusively, risk groups.

A sore throat, cold, cough, and especially a fever and breathing problems, all point to having contacted Covid-19. While many people only experience a rather mild case of the disease and some even asymptomatic, older people and those with pre-existing conditions (such as diabetes, immune disorders or asthma) are particularly at risk.

International vaccine development

Covid-19, which is often compared to general influenza viruses, has not yet been vaccinated against. Before the influenza season starts, experts can assess the upcoming mutation of the influenza viruses and develop a vaccine in time. However, Covid-19 is still too unknown for this. However, intensive research is being done in laboratories and research institutes around the world to develop faster testing methods, drugs and vaccines. Researchers are currently working on more than 150 potential vaccine candidates, some of which are already in advanced clinical trials.

Researching and developing a vaccine is a time-consuming process, and until now a period of 15 to 20 years is realistic: from the first virus analysis to market approval. However, new technologies and experience with similar viruses have now increased the possibility of developing a vaccine that meets the high national and international quality standards more rapidly than ever before.

Medical translations by professional translators

Our translation agency has a large network of qualified translators with excellent knowledge and training in a wide range of specialist areas. International cooperation in testing development and vaccine production requires accurate and rapid communication.  Our specialist medical translators are available to companies and institutions, but also to private individuals for translations relating to Covid-19. In this way, information can be published and made quickly available in several languages.

We offer translations from and into over 50 languages in more than 150 language combinations. For translations of laboratory reports, clinical studies, scientific articles and drug information, our medical translators are at your disposal. They have a good command of the necessary terms and abbreviations. In this way, our translation agency guarantees a high-quality translation at a very competitive price-performance ratio. We are also your disposal for certified translations of negative Covid-19 tests.

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