TLD Update on COVID-19

Coronavirus Update 1

Our Message Regarding COVID-19

With the WHO (World Health Organization) recently declaring a pandemic due to the novel coronavirus (and its subsequent illness known as COVID-19), people still have more questions than answers — and exhibit more panic than patience. 

Information is subject to urgency. There can be no delay. But because many offices across the country are closing in light of recent developments, and business all over the globe is being disrupted, finding prompt and professional translation for all mediums might present more of a challenge than is usually the case. 

In the midst of these confusing times, The Language Doctors is here for you every step of the way. 

To better meet the demands of every client, we have increased our availability. The Language Doctors can now be reached 7:00am-9:00pm (EST) seven days a week. We will also keep these hours for the foreseeable future. 

In addition to our extended hours of operation, we have also:

  • Expanded our resources in order to continue serving customers from around the world.
  • Installed precautionary measures to ensure safety and a seamless workflow. 
  • Put protocols in place to better support your team, your people, and your vision. 

The needs of our clientele remain the highest priority. Whether for medical, legal, or business purposes, it pays to have a professional linguistic service that you can rely on for when it matters most. 

Contact us today to receive a free quote and we’ll be happy to assist you. Right now, common translation requests we’re seeing include:

✓ Medical reports.
✓ Prescriptions.
✓ Healthcare advice.
✓ Updated public health policies. 

No one wants to experience unnecessary stress at the moment. There is enough confusion abound to make everyone’s head spin. Which is precisely why we want you to know we’re standing by ready to take your worries away. 

If you have any additional questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to let us know. Until then, stay safe, stay confident, and…wash your hands.