RESILIENT AMERICAN COMMUNITIES
The LEAD Coalition is aligned with the Resilient American Communities project of the Florida Disaster Resilience Initiative, an Online Resilience Network that provides a whole-of-society collaboration platform and information sharing environment. Each Resilience System website can be translated into many languages by clicking on the applicable flag, and is managed by a Knowledge Management Specialist. During disasters, the Knowledge Management Specialist posts current authoritative information on conditions in the disaster zone.
Stop the Spread. Call ahead if you have symptoms of COVID-19.
Stop the Spread. Call ahead. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 (cough, fever, and shortness of breath) and believe you have been exposed to the virus call ahead to your health care provider and the Florida Department of Health at 850-872-4455. DOH-Bay will screen you to see if you meet the CDC's testing criteria. If you are eligible for testing, you will be given instructions on where, how and when you will be tested.
Florida Department of Health Launches New Covid-19 Community Action Survey
The StrongerThanC-19 community action survey is free to use and can be accessed by visiting: www.StrongerThanC19.com.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The Florida Department of Health (DOH) announced the launch of a new community action survey, StrongerThanC-19, designed to aid Florida as the state continues to fight the spread of COVID-19. This cutting-edge tool gives residents the power to unite in the fight to help slow the spread of coronavirus in Florida.
The StrongerThanC-19 community action survey is designed to gather information to help the Department track and slow the spread of COVID-19 in Florida; it is not a symptom checker designed to dispense medical advice. The StrongerThanC-19 community action survey is free to use and can be accessed by visiting: www.StrongerThanC19.com.
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CORONAVIRUS IMPACT PLANNING REPORT
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
COVID-19 DASHBOARD OF CASES IN FLORIDA
The Florida Department of Health (Department) is working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to monitor the current outbreak of COVID-19 and is actively working to ensure that the most up-to-date CDC guidance is quickly and accurately disseminated to local partners. To see the latest case count please visit COVID-19 page, the Department is coordinating with our local partners to investigate, confirm, contain and report any cases.
For information from the CDC and the World Health Organization on COVID-19, please visit:
BAY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
DOH-Bay has been monitoring COVID-19 since January and been in contact with Bay County Emergency Manager and medical providers to prepare response activities in the event we were to see cases in Bay.
BAY DISTRICT SCHOOLS
Governor Ron DeSantis has called for all Florida school campuses to remain closed and for emergency distance learning plans to continue for the remainder of this school year.
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
Florida State University has proactively monitored and responded to daily developments as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread in Florida and across the United States.Update: Governor’s Phase 1 Plan to Reopen Florida
PUBLISHED: | 9:08 AM | This message to all faculty and staff has been approved by Renisha Gibbs, Associate Vice President for Human Resources and Finance & Administration Chief of Staff.
On April 29, 2020, Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-112 and unveiled the first step of a phased approach to re-opening the state. Phase 1 became effective May 4, 2020. If local governments allow, restaurants and retail businesses are allowed to operate at 25% capacity, and hospitals will reinstate elective procedures with the exception of Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties. Schools will continue with distance learning for the remainder of the school year throughout the state. High-risk individuals are encouraged to continue to shelter in place.