Corona Virus: En Maya Mam Y Español

Corona Virus: En Maya Mam Y Español

Información sobre el coronavirus (Covid – 19) Hay mucha información circulando acerca de este virus y también hay muchos rumores que son incorrectos y que causan más confusion y miedo entre la comunidad. Este video explica: 1. ¿Qué es el coronavirus? 2. ¿Cómo se si tengo el coronavirus? 3.¿De dónde viene el coronavirus? 4.¿Qué puedo hacer para prevenirlo? 5. ¿Qué es estancia en casa? 6. ¿Quién esta más en riesgo? 7. ¿Si no estoy a riesgo, porque es necesario que me proteja? Juntos Siempre. Para el bienestar de todos. 1. Doctora Kate Kasberger – Pediatra en San Antonio Neighborhood Health Center 2. Amalia Pablo Pablo – Interprete Medico en San Antonio Neighborhood Health Center 3.Gerardo Jeronimo Lorenzo – Interprete Medico en Oakland, CA 4. Together Pictures **************************************************************************** Here is information on Corona-virus for you and your family in Spanish and Maya Mam. There's lots of information circulating but also many rumors that may be incorrect. This video explains what is corona-virus, how you can protect yourself, and why it's important that we all work together to fight this. In health and hope ***************************************************************************** A note from Doctora Kate: "The idea for this video was born when Gerardo Jeronimo Lorenzo, a Maya Mam interpreter and former patient of pediatrician Kate Kasberger, reached out to her about making information on coronavirus available in Maya Mam, an indigenous Guatemalan language. Video is particularly useful for the Maya Mam community as some have never been able to attend school so have limited Spanish or literacy skills. She enthusiastically accepted the challenge. When informed of the project Amalia Pablo Pablo, Mam interpreter at the San Antonio Neighborhood Health Center joined without hesitation. Amalia, Gerardo, and Kate spent many hours creating and revising their script over a short time in an effort to get information out to the Maya Mam and Spanish-speaking communities as quickly as possible. CB Smith-Dahl and Edgar Ayala of Together Pictures very generously donated their filmmaking services and this video was born. Fortunately, When informed of the project, Amalia enthusiastically accepted the challenge, Amalia Pablo Pablo, is our Mam interpreter at the San Antonio Neighborhood Health Center - she joined without hesitation. Amalia, Gerardo, and I spent many hours creating and revising the script over and over in a short time in an effort to get information out to the Maya Mam and Spanish-speaking communities as quickly as possible. CB Smith-Dahl and Edgar Ayala of Together Pictures very generously donated their film-making services and this video was born."