They taught us that “prevention is better than cure” but we know well the difficulty of putting into practice two fundamental principles of Social Ethics, that of prevention and precaution. Moving from a culture of need, of individual emergency to that of prevention in the social and civil spheres is a challenge that must involve everyone, the result of a total mobilization.
Tools such as information, awareness, testing, represent a value, important strategies and techniques, fundamental for the individual and not only, but the real turning point is the assumption of a collective risk responsibility.
This requires that each operator, each person in the community choose to make his own contribution to the construction of a common prevention project, favoring, through his own work, personal paths and actively participating in favor of a reality where participation is present, sharing and social solidarity.
Doing the test is an act of love for yourself and for the community!