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The Minister of State visited the Monaco Scientific Center (MSC). He spoke with Prof. Patrick Rampal, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Professor Denis Allemand, Scientific Director and the various researchers present, and was able to discover the diversity of work in the three research departments of the CSM.
Established in 1960, the CSM is a public establishment in the Principality, under the supervision of the Department of the Interior. For nearly 30 years, he has been developing, through the concerted work of two research teams, the study of the biology of reef-building corals and related organisms.
On 3 and 4 December, the Monaco Scientific Center will host the “Reef solutions” workshop, which will bring together the world’s leading experts on corals. This workshop will be followed on December 5th, 6th and 7th by the General Assembly of the International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI).
Monaco’s Frédéric Labarrère has presented his credentials to two offices of the United Nations.
While tests have cleared two suspected cases of coronavirus in Monaco, Nice has set up a dedicated unit as the ‘first line’ of treatment in the region. Meanwhile, as Italy’s economy takes a battering due to the recent outbreak, it is important to note that the regular flu has killed more people than Covid-19 this winter season.
Tests will confirm today whether two people reportedly admitted to the Princess Grace Hospital on Monday are infected with the potentially deadly coronavirus.
The National Council has been toying with the idea of free local bus service for months and has finally settled on a two week trial period in September to see how it would work.