** IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT **
FOR YOUR OWN INFORMATION, BELOW ARE THE PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES THAT PICRC IS TAKING AGAINST COVID-19
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In accordance to the recommendations stated by the Ministry of Health in MOH Directive No. 114-20, Palau International Coral Reef Center (PICRC) is happy to announce that we will resume to normal business on May 18, 2020.
While the public will be able to access the Center’s facilities, such as the Giant Clam Gift Shop, conference rooms and general offices, the Palau Aquarium will remain closed until further notice due to current maintenance work.
PICRC’s first priority is protecting and limiting risk to all partners, collaborators, guests, and public at large. For this reason, cancelled programs will remain cancelled, outreach engagement will be limited, and precautionary measures, such as frequent handwashing and respiratory etiquette, will be maintained while visiting the Center. We ask the public to please refrain from visiting the Center while sick.
For assistance, questions or other inquiries, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone (680) 488 6950.
UPDATES WILL BE POSTED REGULARLY TO INFORM OUR GUESTS ABOUT THE ACTIONS THAT PICRC IS TAKING TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF ITS STAFF AND VISITORS TO THE CENTER.
The Palau International Coral Reef Center is Palau’s leading research and aquarium institution with a mission to guide efforts supporting coral reef stewardship through research and its applications for the people of Palau, Micronesia, and the world. Our vision is people empowered with science and knowledge for effective marine conservation and management. Our work is locally and internationally relevant and contributes to better informed decisions regarding the management and conservation of our marine resources.
Our facilities include the Palau Aquarium, a place to look, learn, and become inspired. Our conference rooms with state of the art equipment and comfortable and spacious rooms are excellent venues for meetings, workshops and conferences. We also support visiting researchers by providing laboratory space, living accommodations and transportation for field work.