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Departments from around the Center shares news, data, articles, and aloha

Submitted by: Tai, Delsa, Lau, and Elder Davis 

Safety Corner 

Lau Niumatalolo, and Elder Tom Davisour wonderful PCC Safety Officers, will be providing us with a weekly overview of COVID-19 testing results, plus interesting and important facts and news in our campaign to keep the Center COVID FREE!  

COVID Test Update

Student tracking is reported through BYUH


Why wear a mask?  

masks save lives

Don’t stop now! Masks save lives!!!

CLICK HERE to view study data with accompanying video 

An experiment using high-speed video found that hundreds of droplets ranging from 20 to 500 micrometers were generated when speaking a simple phrase, but that nearly all these droplets were blocked when the mouth was covered by a damp washcloth.* 

Published in Patient Care June 26, 2020 

NOTE: Further studies prove that the effectiveness of dry cotton or cotton-blend masks are equally effective in blocking these same droplets while reducing moisture build-up around the mouth and nose 


Update regarding Harrison and the Tavana family 

Harrison Tavana

Harrison Tavana

Delsa Moe asked us to share the sad newthat the little boy we made the Make A Wish video for – Harrison Tavana – passed away Monday morning. We are thankful for the opportunity we had to bring some joy to the remaining days of his young life through the video PCC sent to him. Our deepest condolences to the Tavana and Mataalii families.

Our sweet Harrison Tavana passed away March 1, 2021, after battling bravely against Brain Cancer (DIPG). He was only 7 years old but in his short time on this earth, he changed the lives of so many around him through his inspiring courage & strength. He was a light to all who knew him from the jokes he would share to the tender small acts of kindness he would do even while suffering during his illness. He would often tell his mom of things he was grateful for while going through radiation and treatments because it made him happy.

We are so grateful to each of you for your love & support. We love you, Harrison! Thank you for teaching us how to be brave. 

Jeané Aulava, Aunt 


Latter-day Saint Charities Commits US$20 Million in Support of UNICEF’s Global COVID-19 Response 


The Gift of Health for all

Latter-day Saint Charities becomes the single largest private sector donor to date to support UNICEF’s ACT Accelerator and COVAX work 

Read more here: https://newsroom.churchofjesuschrist.org/article/latter-day-saint-charities-unicef-covid-19-response 


Birthday Wishes 


“Another year older, and wiser too!”

If you see this fine fellow this weekTai Vuniwai invites you to take the time to say “Happy Birthday to Elder Peterson, our Missionary Coordinator. Thank you for your service and leadership, Elder!