Members of the Miami Scientific Italian Community Coronavirus Task Force will give an Update at the Citizen of Florida on efforts to curb the spread of #covid19

Miami Scientific Italian Community is committed to the health and safety of all residents in wake of the developing outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), making the timely dissemination of actionable intelligence essential.

Recognizing that education is vital, Miami Scientific Italian Community recently begun sending out communication to regarding important facts about COVID-19 and what steps to take.

The notion that “knowledge is power” has taken on a whole new meaning in our present climate, with the need for the timely sharing of actionable information to outpace the spread of the coronavirus being paramount.

At this time we need to take common approaches to avoid spreading the virus such as routinely disinfecting common areas and washing hands.

“We must all work together as one global community – public and private sector, as well as individuals – to address this health and humanitarian crisis,” said Fabio De Furia, President of Miami Scientific Italian Community. “As the needs of our local communities continue to grow rapidly, we must act quickly to provide resources and knowledge where there are gaps, and help local communities protect their most vulnerable populations.

“We will be news-driven, we will monitor all updates provided by the CDC, Florida Department of Health, local county and city municipalities for any advice or specific steps to take and will also include links to some of the most important resources scientists, companies and non-profits are referencing at this time”.

All updates will continue to be published on the Impact of Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) page of website also follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter for regular updates.

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