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OMMU Weekly Update - Nov. 16, 2018

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The Florida Department of Health (DOH) continues to focus on the health and safety of Florida’s families and is dedicated to ensuring patients have safe access to low-THC cannabis and medical marijuana. We are pleased to provide this weekly update on the DOH Office of Medical Marijuana Use’s (OMMU) diligent work implementing the many requirements in Amendment 2 and those set by the Florida Legislature in section 381.986, F.S. (2018).

With the holiday season fast approaching, Florida Health encourages all Floridians to keep food safe by practicing basic food safety measures while preparing meals.

A majority of the reported cases of foodborne illness are caused by bacteria or the toxins produced by bacteria. Bacteria can multiply extremely fast when food is kept at an unsafe temperature (above 41 and below 140 degrees Fahrenheit).

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Hurricane season is here, and the Florida Department of Health in Highlands County urges all residents and visitors to make preparations ahead of any storm that comes our way. Please visit www.ready.gov for information on how to create a go-kit and a template for a family plan. Being prepared is the best way to keep everyone safe and have a less stressful hurricane season.

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