06/04/2020 Rotary International and Rotary District 5450 Continue to Monitor the Global Coronavirus Crisis
For Rotary District 5450, the health and safety of our members will always be our top priority.  With the suspension of in-person meetings, many of our clubs are conducting regular virtual meetings and are exploring other ways to communicate with their members and to keep them engaged. In addition, Rotarians and Rotary Clubs are constantly finding new ways to help their communities through these trying times. Read here how Clubs in District 5450 are keeping in contact with their members and helping their communities during this crisis.
Many Rotarians are anxious to resume in-person meetings and experience the fellowship we are missing.  However, as our state and local governments begin reducing restrictions and eliminating stay-at-home orders, we continue to recommend that club leadership error on the side of caution when deciding to resume in-person meetings to help keep our members, and our communities, healthy and safe.  The Big West Rotary Zones have prepared a helpful summary of factors to consider when club leadership is considering resuming in-person meetings.
Read here how Rotary International is responding to the impact of the global COVID-19 crisis.  Rotary continues to monitor updates and recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to ensure the safest and most appropriate actions are taken by and for our members and the communities they serve.
Yours in Rotary,
District Governor Curt Harris
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