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  • Covid-19 Update for Orange County, Orlando FL

  • From our Sherrif:

    I hope this email finds you well and that you and your family are staying healthy during these unprecedented times. COVID-19 has altered the course of all of our lives. As our state gradually reopens, it is vital to follow the guidance of federal, state and local agencies to help stop the spread of the virus. Below, you’ll find a compilation of some helpful COVID-19 resources: 

    Florida’s Confirmed Cases 
    You can track the state’s confirmed COVID-19 cases through the Florida Department of Health’s Data and Surveillance Dashboard. Click here to view the dashboard.

    Orange County Sheriff’s Office Updates 
    The Orange County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) continues to protect the community and respond to calls, but please note that the Central Operations Complex and sector substations remain closed to the general public. Evictions and most public events remain suspended until further notice. Click here for additional OCSO updates.

    Orange County Government Updates
    Orange County and all of its municipalities, including Orlando, remain under an 11 PM – 5 AM curfew. Click here for additional County updates.

    Orange County Testing Sites
    Free COVID-19 testing sites are open throughout the County. Please note that appointments are required at most locations. Click here for more information or to find a testing location near you. 

    Orange County Guidelines for Reopening Businesses 
    The Orange County Economic Task Force has established seven criteria for businesses to reopen, including practicing social distancing and wearing protective face coverings. Click here for additional details on economic recovery. 

    Scams and Price Gouging
    Floridians have seen an increased number of coronavirus-related scams, including phone calls regarding IRS stimulus payments and price gouging of essential items, like disinfectant sprays and wipes. Click here for more information on types of scams that have been reported.  Click here to report a scam or price gouging. 

    It has never been more important for us to support each other from a distance during these difficult times. Please continue to avoid large groups, wash your hands frequently and practice social distancing to help stop the spread of the virus. While the weeks ahead will continue to be challenging, our collective strength as a community will get us through this. 

    Stay Healthy & Safe,
    Sheriff John Mina
    www.sheriffjohnmina.com