Newsday: Nassau translates documents to 6 languages

Nassau translates documents to 6 languages

The order, which is expected to be implemented within the year, encompasses a wealth of public service records, including medical health, emergency assistance and public safety. Social service applications are already available in six languages.

Documents, the order states, will be available online and in person in the most commonly spoken non-English languages in Nassau: Spanish, Chinese, Italian, Persian, Korean and French Creole. "This project ensures that all residents have access to information regarding government programs and services and, most importantly, has the potential to save lives," Mangano said.

 


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