COVID-19 Precautions Updated by CDC
On April 27th, the CDC released new guidance for vaccinated people allowing them the freedom to use fewer precautions.  Now fully vaccinated people can gather in small outdoor gatherings with fully vaccinated family and friends with no masks.  The Pennsylvania Department of Health still requires that masks be worn at indoor gatherings regardless of vaccination status.  This is important to keep in mind as more Rotary clubs are moving to in-person activities including club meetings, fundraisers, and service events. Read more at:
District Food Safety Education with Research Opportunity!
On Monday, May 24th, at 6 PM the Penn State Extension will be providing FREE Zoom education to Rotarians on food safety.  This education is especially timely as many of us plan outdoor picnics with our club members and families.  Our speaker is Lynn James, MS, RDN, LDN, Senior Extension Educator, Food Families & Health & Food Safety & Quality teams, Penn State Extension, Adams County.  Lynn will also invite attendees to participate in a special research study involving the delivery of free food to the participants home, creation of a meal, and post meal education on what SHOULD have been safe food preparation.  Join in on this free and educational event over the dinner hour.  YES, YOU CAN EAT YOUR DINNER IN THE ZOOM ROOM. 😊   Register at:  
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
COVID-19 DISCON Breakout session available on demand!
On May 2nd, Dr. Angela Shen from the Vaccine Research Center at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia presented a session on COVID-19 at the multi-district conference.  The session included information on its history, prevalence, and the steps all of us as Rotarians can take to end our Pandemic once and for all.   View this excellent presentation at: