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General manager Marcello Tonini concluded the work: “I share the satisfaction for the result achieved, and for the unity of purpose between various institutional subjects that led to this result. It is an important project, born in Rimini but which will also be based in other realities of the AUSL Romagna: a legacy that I leave to my successors “.

With the end of summer, the period of mushroom growth begins and with this the problems related to the incorrect collection and consumption of mushrooms arise. In order to prevent cases of intoxication, or real poisoning, we remind you a series of rules to follow:

It is therefore always advisable to submit the mushrooms collected, or received as gifts, to the control of the experts of the Mycological Inspectorate.

Forlì: go to the Public Health Department, located in via della Rocca, 19. The service is free and will remain active from Monday 2 September until Monday 11 November. The opening hours to the public for issuing certifications to private collectors are as follows: Monday from 8.30 to 12.30.

Ravenna. From September until next November 30, the mushroom control activity at the CMP of Ravenna (via Fiume Montone Abbandonato, 134) will take place on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9.00 to 10.30.

During the same period, the mycological counter of the Bagnacavallo office (via Vittorio Veneto, 8) will also be open to the public every Monday from 11.30 to 12.30 and the mycological counter of the Faenza office (via Zaccagnini, 22) every Wednesday from 11.30 to 12.30.

Cesena (Via Brunelli 540). For trade, from April to November 30, the certification will be issued only by prior telephone appointment at 0547-352079 (at least 72 hours before) every working day from 8.00 to 8.30

From December to March the certification will be issued only by prior telephone appointment at 0547-352079 (at least 96 hours before)

Direct consumption: From April to November 30, Monday from 11.00 to 12.30 and the days following midweek holidays

For Commerce: From April to November 30, the certification will be issued only by prior telephone appointment at 0547-352079 (at least 72 hours before) on Wednesdays 8.00-8.30. From December to March 31, the certification will be issued only by prior telephone appointment at 0547-352079 at least 96 hours before

The Mycological Inspectorate will open with dedicated sessions for advice to citizens and traders on 30 September, while by appointment (by calling the secretariat of the Rimini Department of Public Health on 0541. 707290) certifications are issued from Monday to Friday. The opening days and counters are as follows:

Rimini – Via FLaminia s.n. rear entrance to the Rimini Infermi Hospital: Monday from 15.00 to 17.00; Friday from 15.00 to 17.00.

Riccione – Via Sicilia, 55 Riccione: Monday from 15.00 to 17.00; Friday from 09.00 to 11.00

Novafeltria – Piazza Bramante 10: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8.00 to 9.00.

The study on the relics of San Mercuriale, first bishop and patron of Forlì, protagonist of a news report in the magazine “Medioevo”, currently on newsstands.

The “San Mercuriale” project, which began with the scientific survey of 19 September 2018, was born thanks to a fruitful collaboration between researchers and institutions. Protagonists of the initiative are Dr. Mirko Traversari, physical anthropologist and project manager, the Ausl Romagna Cultura group, whose communication is coordinated by Dr. Tiziana Rambelli, and the Diocese of Forlì-Bertinoro, with the contribution of the Lions Club Forlì-Cesena Lands of Romagna. The second phase of the study, which ended in May 2019, followed the previous one, focused on autopsy and radiological results, and was focused on the progress of the genetic investigations still in progress, but above all on the atomic dating of the relics and on the digital reconstruction of the face of San Mercuriale .. “The preliminary analyzes on ancient DNA – explains Dr. Traversari – were carried out on two skeletal elements, one coming from the skull preserved in the Holy Trinity, the second on the relics of the body preserved in San Mercuriale; with the ultimate goal of genetically associating the relics. L

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