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High school students in the Principality have had a second information session on how to protect themselves against HIV/AIDS.
On Thursday, February 9, and Friday, February 10, students are participating in the “Zapping Afternoon” in the Salle des Variétés, as presented by the Association Solidarité Sida.
These sessions are organised by the Directorate of National Education, Youth and Sports, Combat Aids Monaco and the Monegasque Red Cross. Students of the Technical and Hotel School of Monaco, the Lycée François d’Assise-Nicolas Barré, and the Football Training Centre of AS Monaco are encouraged to speak freely about sexuality as well as the human immunodeficiency virus and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
Stands of the Anonymous and Free Tracing Centre (CDAG) and various associations are also part of the presentations.
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When Covid-19 stepped in, luxury wedding planner Muriel Saldalamacchia stepped up, developing protocols to help the government lift a ban on weddings and eventually restore a €10 billion industry.
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