Migrants in Greece to Be Informed about Coronavirus News via Podcast

ATHENS – UNCHR, SolidarityNow and pod.gr, the first Greek platform that creates and distributes podcasts, is offering easy access to migrants and refugees that do not speak Greek to information regarding the coronavirus pandemic.

According to an announcement, podcasts produced by the UNCHR, SolidarityNow and pod.gr will provide news regarding prevention and protection from the virus and the latest official announcements bringing changes to everyday life.

There will be seven podcasts, three of which are already available, entitled «FAQsforMigrants&Refugees– SpreadtheNews, notthevirus»/. The first three episodes are about the treatment of patients at home, guarding against fake news and the gradual lifting of the lockdown restrictions.

The podcasts are available in five languages. French, English, Urdu, Arabic and Farsi.

The podcasts are available on https://www.youtube.com/user/SolidarityNowGreece, https://www.solidaritynow.org/podcasts/, https://help.unhcr.org/greece/coronavirus/podcasts/, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrM9R2KPFv409Oo6H9hyRTw/playlists, https://www.pod.gr/faqs-for-migrants/


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