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St Johns County COVID-19 Information

 Mar 19 - Jun 30, 2021

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St. Johns County Emergency Operations Center COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline
904-295-3711

COVID-19 Vaccine in
St. Johns County

Vaccine Updates 

*  NEW LOCATIONS *


Publix in St. Johns County

Vaccination Appointment Registration
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

 

REGISTRATION OPENS TODAY
St. Johns County Government
Vaccination Appointment Registration
Will Open
at 9:00 AM, Thursday, January 14
For Vaccinations given on Friday, January 15

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO


January 2, 2021:

The Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County Partners with St. Johns County to Expand COVID-19 Vaccination Program    Beginning Monday, January 4  

  

For updates about St. Johns County COVID-19 vaccine appointments and availability, visit the SJC Vaccination Updates Website:
www.SJCFL.us/CoronavirusVaccinations

St. Johns County
COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

How to Get Vaccinated:

Governor Ron DeSantis has signed
Executive Order 20-315
which outlines that providers can only administer the COVID-19 vaccine to the following groups:

  • Long-term care facility residents and staff
  • Persons 65 years of age and older
  • Health care personnel with direct patient contact
  • Persons deemed to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 by hospital providers.

CONTACT:

*  NEW LOCATIONS  *
Publix in St. Johns County

Vaccination Appointment Registration
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

 

REGISTRATION OPENS TODAY
St. Johns County Government
Vaccination Appointment Registration
Will Open
at 9:00 AM, Thursday, January 14
For Vaccinations given on Friday, January 15
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO



For updates about St. Johns County COVID-19 vaccine appointments and availability, visit the SJC Vaccination Updates Website:

www.SJCFL.us/CoronavirusVaccinations

 

WHERE:

 

*  NEW LOCATIONS *
Publix in St. Johns County

Vaccination Appointment Registration
CLICK HERE FOR LOCATIONS

 

St. Johns County Government:

Solomon Calhoun Community Center
1300 Duval Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084

WHEN:

*  NEW LOCATIONS  *
Publix in St. Johns County

Vaccination Appointment Registration
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

 

REGISTRATION OPENS TODAY
St. Johns County Government
Vaccination Appointment Registration
Will Open
at 9:00 AM, Thursday, January 14
For Vaccinations given on Friday, January 15
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO


Beginning Monday, January 4, all St. Johns County Government vaccinations will be
By Appointment Only at the
Solomon Calhoun Community Center.

The Vaccination program is no longer available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Those without an appointment will not receive a first dose of the vaccine.

For the Latest Updates, Visit:
St. Johns County
COVID-19 Vaccination
www.SJCFL.us/CoronavirusVaccinations

FIRST DOSE VACCINATIONS
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
(By Appointment Only)
Based on Vaccine Availability

REGISTRATION OPENS TODAY
St. Johns County Government
Vaccination Appointment Registration
Will Open
at 9:00 AM, Thursday, January 14
For Vaccinations given on Friday, January 15
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

  • Monday (First Dose)
  • Wendnesday (First Dose)
  • Friday (First Dose)

SECOND DOSE VACCINATIONS
(By Appointment Only)
Based on Vaccine Availability

  • Tuesday (Second Dose)
  • Thursday (Second Dose)
  • Saturday (Second Dose)

Additional Information:

V-Safe | After Vaccination Health Checker | CDC.Gov

For updates about St. Johns County COVID-19 vaccine appointments and availability, visit the SJC
Vaccination Updates Website:

St. Johns County
COVID-19 Vaccination
www.SJCFL.us/CoronavirusVaccinations

For updates about the vaccine and distribution from Governor Ron DeSantis:

Text
FLCOVID19 to 888777

Visit:
Learn more about COVID-19 Vaccines in Florida
 

News Release 1-5-21:
Governor Ron DeSantis Announces Partnership with Publix  to Open COVID-19 Vaccination Sites

FLORIDA COVID-19 Response:

Healthy Together Launches in Florida

Healthy Together
Learn about the Healthy Together App

Protect Yourself and Your Family 

Featuring real-time test results, contact tracing interviews, public health announcements and more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Florida has many sites that are providing COVID-19 vaccines to eligible persons. The state is prioritizing persons 65 years of age and older, health care personnel with direct patient contact, and residents and staff of long term care facilities.

Please be aware that some locations are only serving very specific populations, such as frontline health care workers.

Appointments may be required.

 

 


This list will be updated as more sites and vaccines become available.

 

On December 11, 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, so that the first COVID-19 vaccines are available to individuals 16 years of age and older.

Securing and distributing a COVID-19 vaccine is a top priority for the state of Florida. A COVID-19 vaccine will be a critical resource to preventing the further spread of the virus and allowing Floridians to return to the normal pace of life.

The state’s draft COVID-19 vaccination plan submitted to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is publicly available on the Florida Department of Health’s website  here. 

The state of Florida is committed to providing timely and important updates regarding the distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine. Please find the latest Florida Department of Health information here.

Vaccine Data

Florida COVID-19
Vaccine Report

CDC Data COVID Tracker

Why Get Vaccinated?

To Protect Yourself, Your Coworkers, Your
Patients, Your Family, and Your Community

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). COVID-19 vaccines will not give you COVID-19.  Visit  www.cdc.gov/coronavirus  to learn more

  • Building defenses against COVID-19 in your community is a team effort, and you are a key part of that defense.
  • Getting the COVID-19 vaccine adds one more layer of protection for you, your coworkers, patients, and family.
  • Here are ways you can build people's confidence in the new COVID-19 vaccines at work, in your community, and at home:
    • Get vaccinated and enroll in the V-Safe text messaging program to help CDC monitor vaccine safety.
    • Tell others why you are getting vaccinated and encourage them to get vaccinated.
    • Learn how to have conversations about COVID-19 vaccine with coworkers, family, and friends.
  • It all starts with you. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/vaccines

January 5, 2021 Gov. Ron DeSantis News Release

Additional Resources

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When to get a Flu Vaccine?

Getting a flu vaccine during 2020-2021 is more important than ever because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Flu vaccination is especially important for people who are at high risk from flu; many of whom are also at high risk for COVID-19 or serious outcomes.
Flu vaccination is also especially important for children.
Children younger than 5 years old–especially those younger than 2– are at high risk of developing serious flu-related complications. CDC recommends an annual flu vaccine for everyone 6 months and older.

 

   

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COVID-19 Testing

IF YOU NEED URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION, CALL 9-1-1

Free COVID-19 Testing

In preparation for COVID-19 vaccine distribution, St. Johns County and Flagler Health+ are transitioning the COVID-19 response operations from testing to planning and vaccine delivery. As a result, the COVID-19 testing site at Flagler Health+ will conclude all COVID-19 tests at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, December 30. COVID-19 testing remains available at a variety of other private locations throughout St. Johns County. In addition, a State of Florida COVID-19 testing site remains operational and free to the public at the Regency Square Mall, 9501 Arlington Expressway, Jacksonville.

 

A Printable list of local COVID-19 testing locations is available here.

 

You may also contact the following COVID-19 testing providers at the following locations:

( Payment or Insurance may be required at these locations)  

 

I Tested Positive for COVID-19
Now What?

 

Healthy Together
Healthy Together Mobile App
Protect yourself and your family

Healthy Together App Features

  • Access your results  Use the app to securely view your COVID-19 test results.
  • Provide symptoms and contacts  Positive residents can provide symptoms to the state.
  • Learn what to do after you get tested  Get your test results and instructions for care.
  • Latest Trends  Direct link to the Florida COVID-19 dashboard.
  • Users own their data and can delete the data at any time.
  The use of your data is limited to COVID-19 response efforts. No location data will be ever collected and stored.

Get the Healthy Together App

 

 


Whats the Difference between
quarantine and isolation?

Additional Information:

COVID-19 rapid tests are inexpensive and fast but sometimes give incorrect results* People with symptoms and a negative rapid test should: Get a confirmation (RT-PCR) test, Wear a mask, Stay home in a separate room.

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Masks

Your mask may protect them.
Their mask may protect you.

Use of Masks to Help
Slow the Spread of COVID-19

Resources:

 

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Pledge, Saint Johns County

St. Johns County COVID-19
  
Response Information

Resources:

Previous St. Johns County (SJC) Announcements:

Jan 2  St. Johns County Partners with Department of Health to Expand COVID-19 Vaccination Program Beginning Monday, January 4

St. Johns County has partnered with the Department of Health to more efficiently and effectively administer COVID-19 vaccinations through an expanded program.

Beginning Monday, January 4, all vaccinations will be administered by appointment only from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at the Solomon Calhoun Community Center, 1300 Duval Street. Vaccinations will no longer be administered by the Department of Health at the Health and Human Services Building and the program will no longer be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Those without an appointment will not receive a vaccination, and will be required to return in the future once an appointment has been made. The remainder of St. Johns County's limited initial vaccine allotment will be allocated to those on the waiting list compiled by the Department of Health while St. Johns County awaits a second vaccine shipment from the State of Florida.

Once St. Johns County receives a new allocation of COVID-19 vaccines, a registration system will be launched for residents to make an appointment to receive a first dose of the vaccine. Those who receive the initial dose will be provided with a follow-up appointment to receive their second dose at a later date. Second doses will be administered on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at the same location. Per State of Florida guidelines, St. Johns County's allocation of COVID-19 vaccinations are currently designated for persons ages 65 years or older, and frontline healthcare workers who have direct contact with patients.

As the COVID-19 vaccination initiative is a rapidly evolving effort, St. Johns County's program could expand in the future to include additional locations and hours as more vaccines become available to our community. For more information regarding St. Johns County's COVID-19 vaccination program, please visit www.sjcfl.us/coronavirusvaccinations, call the St. Johns County EOC COVID-19 vaccination hotline at 904.295.3711—You must dial all ten digits to reach the COVID-19 vaccine hotline, or text SJCVACCINE to 888777 to receive text alerts.

Dec 31 St. Johns County COVID-19 Vaccination Text Alerts

St. Johns County has launched a new text alert system for residents to receive timely information regarding the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 vaccination program in our area. Text SJCVACCINE to 888777 to receive COVID-19 vaccination updates. For more information, please visit www.SJCFL.us/CoronavirusVaccinations or call the St. Johns County Emergency Operations Center at 904-295-3711.

Dec 31  St. Johns County COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline

The St. Johns County Emergency Operations Center has opened a hotline for residents to call with questions regarding the Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 vaccination program. Residents who contact the Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County and are unable to reach a representative may call the EOC hotline at 904-295-3711 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily with questions regarding COVID-19 vaccinations.

Dec 29  SJC COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

St. Johns County, Fl – St. Johns County is working in partnership with the Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County to assist with the first phase of public COVID-19 vaccination operations. As the lead agency for vaccination distribution, the Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County has received a limited initial allocation of COVID-19 vaccines. Per State of Florida Executive Order 20-315, the first phase of COVID-19 vaccines is designated for the following populations:

  • Healthcare personnel with direct patient contact
  • Long-term care facility residents and staff
  • Persons 65 years of age and older

In addition, St. Johns County Fire Rescue is actively vaccinating frontline personnel including emergency medical technicians, paramedics, and firefighters. The Federal Government and State Government are also directly administering vaccine distribution to long-term care facility residents and staff through local private healthcare providers and pharmacies. As information regarding COVID-19 vaccine distribution in St. Johns County is continually evolving, please call the State of Florida 24/7 COVID-19 call center at 866-779-6121, visit www.floridahealthcovid19.gov, or email covid-19@floridahealth.gov . St. Johns County residents may also visit www.sjcfl.us/coronavirus for local COVID-19 updates.

Dec 28  St. Johns County COVID-19 Situation Report - 113

Dec 18  St. Johns County and Flagler Health+ COVID-19 Partnership Transitioning from Testing to Vaccine Distribution Planning

In preparation for COVID-19 vaccine distribution, St. Johns County and Flagler Health+ are transitioning the COVID-19 response operations from testing to planning and vaccine delivery. As a result, the COVID-19 testing site at Flagler Health+ will conclude all COVID-19 tests at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, December 30. COVID-19 testing remains available at Flagler Health+ outpatient laboratories with a physician order, CareFast+ locations, and a variety of other private locations throughout St. Johns County. In addition, a State of Florida COVID-19 testing site remains operational and free to the public at the Regency Square Mall, 9501 Arlington Expressway, Jacksonville.

Per the State of Florida, the initial phase of vaccine availability is allocated to healthcare workers and long-term care facility residents. As additional vaccines become available, St. Johns County Emergency Management and Flagler Health+ will work closely with the Florida Department of Health, the Florida Department of Emergency Management, and local healthcare providers to expedite distribution to additional populations in accordance with CDC, federal, and State guidelines. A list of local COVID-19 testing locations is available here. As testing sites are continually evolving, St. Johns County cannot guarantee the list is comprehensive. Please contact a test site directly for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding available services. For more information, please call the St. Johns County Citizen Information Hotline at 904-824-5550

 

 

Additional Resources:

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Citizens Information Hotline 904-824-5550  
Vaccine Information Hotline 904-295-3711

St. Johns County Emergency Management has up-to-date local  information for St. Johns County.

January 2, 2021
For Immediate Release

St. Johns County Partners with Department of Health to Expand COVID-19 Vaccination Program Beginning Monday, January 4

St. Johns County, Fl – St. Johns County has partnered with the Department of Health to more efficiently and effectively administer COVID-19 vaccinations through an expanded program.

Beginning Monday, January 4, all vaccinations will be administered by appointment only from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at the Solomon Calhoun Community Center, 1300 Duval Street. Vaccinations will no longer be administered by the Department of Health at the Health and Human Services Building and the program will no longer be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Those without an appointment will not receive a vaccination, and will be required to return in the future once an appointment has been made. The remainder of St. Johns County's limited initial vaccine allotment will be allocated to those on the waiting list compiled by the Department of Health while St. Johns County awaits a second vaccine shipment from the State of Florida.

Once St. Johns County receives a new allocation of COVID-19 vaccines, a registration system will be launched for residents to make an appointment to receive a first dose of the vaccine. Those who receive the initial dose will be provided with a follow-up appointment to receive their second dose at a later date. Second doses will be administered on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at the same location. Per State of Florida guidelines, St. Johns County's allocation of COVID-19 vaccinations are currently designated for persons ages 65 years or older, and frontline healthcare workers who have direct contact with patients.

As the COVID-19 vaccination initiative is a rapidly evolving effort, St. Johns County's program could expand in the future to include additional locations and hours as more vaccines become available to our community. For more information regarding St. Johns County's COVID-19 vaccination program, please visit www.sjcfl.us/coronavirusvaccinations, call the St. Johns County EOC COVID-19 vaccination hotline at 904.295.3711—You must dial all ten digits to reach the COVID-19 vaccine hotline, or text SJCVACCINE to 888777 to receive text alerts.

Call the COVID-19 Citizens Information Hotline between 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday - Friday  at 904-824-5550 for information regarding facility closures, program cancellations, and current St. Johns County COVID-19 guidelines.

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City of St. Augustine
COVID-19 Information

For Updates, Advisories, & Announcements

Visit: www.citystaug.com/812/Coronavirus-COVID-19

Previous City of St. Augustine Announcements

  Phase 3 Reopening Admin Order for the City of St. Augustine

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COVID-19 Dashboard

Florida's COVID-19 Data and Surveillance Dashboard

 

Find County-Specific Data and 
Details by ZipCode


St. Johns County School District COVID-19 Dashboard

 

Review case, monitoring and
PUI information on the latest
COVID-19 Report

  See State Linelist 

State Report

County Report

 

Review total antibody results for Florida

Serology Report

Point-of-care report

 

Vaccine Data

Florida COVID-19
Vaccine Report

CDC Data COVID Tracker

 

Additional Resources: 

Weekly COVID-19-associated hospitalization rates are at their highest since the beginning of the pandemic.  COVID-NET, March 1 - November 28, 2020.  CDC.gov/coronavirus

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Florida Health

What you need to know now  about COVID-19 in Florida

The elderly and those with underlying medical problems like high blood pressure, heart problems and diabetes are more likely to develop serious illness.

Visit the Florida Department of Health Dedicated COVID-19 website

Español: Lo que necesitas saber ahora sobre COVID-19 en Florida

 

I was Exposed to COVID-19

Please view these additional resources:

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Deaf and Hard of Hearing Resources

  • Live Access ASL is a Facebook livestream public group where interpreters provide interpretations for free for inaccessible press conferences and announcements.

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COVID-19 Business & Community Resources

St. Johns County Cares

St. Johns County CARES:
Helping Local Businesses, Residents, and Nonprofits recover from the economic impacts of COVID-19.

SJC CARES Recovery Program

The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners is launching St. Johns County CARES, a program to help local businesses, residents, and nonprofit organizations respond to and recover from the economic impact of COVID-19. Applications for small businesses  and residents  will be available at 10 a.m. on Thursday, August 20. Applications for nonprofit organizations will be available in the coming weeks. A financial assistance program utilizing more than $18 million in federal CARES Act funding, St. Johns County CARES provides grants to eligible applicants who suffered loss of revenue or income, or incurred unexpected expenses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Small businesses may qualify for up to $20,000 in grant funding and residential households may qualify for up to $5,000 in grant funding. Qualification criteria and level of assistance to nonprofit organizations are still under development and will be available by the end of August. For more information, please visit sjcfl.us/sjccares, call 904-209-6050 , or email sjccares@sjcfl.us.

Pledge, Saint Johns County 

Pledge St. Johns County Program Encourages Business Commitment to CDC Health Guidelines

 

 

Printable Business & Employee Guidance Materials

    Download Business Toolkit   

 

Responding to COVID-19
in the Workplace
What to Do if You've
Been Exposed

Guidance for Public Spaces, Workplaces, Businesses, & Schools:

Information for Where You Live, Work, Learn, and Play

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Long-Term Care Facilities

COVID-19 Symptom Screening for
Health Care Professionals & Employees

  Download (PDF, 658KB) 

 

Review long-term care
facilities with positive
COVID-19 cases. *
Review long-term care
facility deaths associated
with COVID-19. This report is updated on a weekly basis.

   See the Report   

 

    See the Report    

Please view these additional resources:

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Coronavirus Response
How to Help

DOH Video: Thanks for Being Bored

Everyone has a role to play in the Whole-of-America fight against COVID-19. Learn how to help if you are a company with medical supplies to donate or sell, a volunteer who is medically trained, or a member of the general public.

Learn How You Can Help! Visit Volunteer Florida.

Additional Resources:

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Healthy Together Mobile App

FLORIDA  COVID-19 RESPONSE

Healthy Together

Healthy Together App (PDF, 2MB)
Protect yourself and your family

Floridians are working to slow the spread of COVID-19.

We can work together to protect our family members, friends, health workers, and our communities. The Healthy Together app delivers your results, assesses symptoms for positive cases, provides self service contact tracing, allows you to view latest trends, and learn what to do after you've been tested for COVID-19.

Healthy Together App Features

  • Access your results  Use the app to securely view your COVID-19 test results.
  • Provide symptoms and contacts  Positive residents can provide symptoms to the state.
  • Learn what to do after you get tested  Get your test results and instructions for care.
  • Latest Trends  Direct link to the Florida COVID-19 dashboard.

Get the Healthy Together App

Users own their data and can delete the data at any time.


The use of your data is limited to COVID-19 response efforts. No location data will be ever collected and stored.

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Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19

 

Additional Resources


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Mental Health

During Late June, 2020, 40% of U.S. adults reported struggling with mental health or substance use

Need Help? Know Someone Who Does?  CLICK HERE

Signs of stress include:

  • Excessive worry or sadness
  • Unhealthy sleeping or eating habits
  • Difficulty with attention and concentration

Visit:  www.FloridaHealthCovid19.gov/Mental-Health

The Inter-Agency Standing Committee released a story book to help children understand how to stay safe and address fears about COVID-19.

Young Adulthood
COVID-19 Parental Resources Kit

Young adults’ social, emotional, or mental well-being may be impacted by the pandemic. Learn what you can do to help ensure their well-being.

 

Childhood
COVID-19 Parental Resources Kit

Children’s social, emotional, or mental well-being maybe impacted by the pandemic. Learn what you can do to help ensure their well-being.

Additional Stress and Coping Resources:

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Healthcare Resources

St. Johns County Healthcare Resources:

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About the Florida
Department of Health

Protect the Vulnerable. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wear a mask.One Goal One Florida. Governor Ron Desantis. Text "FLCOVID19" to 888-777

The Florida Department of Health, nationally accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board, works to protect, promote and improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county and community efforts.

Follow us on Facebook , Instagram, and Twitter@HealthFla. For more information please visit www.FloridaHealth.gov.

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COVID-19 Reopening

1/5/21 Gov Ron DeSantis News Release:
Governor Ron DeSantis Announces Partnership with Publix  to Open COVID-19 Vaccination Sites

1/4/2020 Gov. Ron DeSantis Press Conference

Update on Florida's COVID-19
Vaccine Distribution
Video Link: Governor Ron DeSantis Press Conference

(Video Length: 28:18)

Learn more about Operation Warp Speed.

Phase 3 of the Plan for Florida's Recovery took effect September 25, 2020 for all Florida Counties.

View the #2020-244 Executive Order

Additional Resources:


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  • Schedule
  • Resources
  • FAQ

24/7 Florida COVID-19 Call Center 866-779-6121

8:00AM - 6:00PM St. Johns County Citizens Information Hotline, Call: 904-824-5550

Florida Department of Health - What you need to know now about COVID-19 in Florida

Español: Lo que necesitas saber ahora sobre COVID-19 en Florida

Español: Anuncio de Servicio Público de Prevención (Prevention Public Service Announcement)

10 Ways to Manage Respiratory Symptoms (PDF, 367kB)

ALERT: Cleaning and Disinfecting Guidance for Reopening—(CDC)

Beaches and Pools - CDC

CDC calls on Americans to wear masks to prevent COVID-19 spread

CDC – Helping to Get and Keep America Open - Support for States, Tribes, Localities and Territories

Clean and Disinfect Your Home — CDC

Cleaning and Disinfecting Decision Tool–Guidance for Public Spaces, Workplaces, Businesses, Schools, and Home (PDF, 397KB)—CDC

Community Mitigation Decision Support Tool – (FEMA)

Contact Tracing (PDF, 559KB) (PDF, 620kB)

NEW Contact Tracing: Using Digital Tools (PDF, 390KB)

Coping with Stress during an Infectious Disease Outbreak — SAMHSA (PDF, 713KB)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) — CDC

Coronavirus Self-Checker — CDC

Economic Support and Recovery – FEMA

Federal Rural Resource Guide (PDF, 349KB) – U.S. Department of Agriculture

FEMA Announces Operational Guidance for the 2020 Hurricane Season

FEMA: Learn about the FEMA Response to COVID-19

FEMA releases Disaster Financial Management Guide

FEMA - Resources for State, Local, Tribal and Territorial Governments

Flagler Health+

NEW: Healthy Together Mobile App

High Risk Populations

How to Make, Wear, and Use Cloth Face Coverings — CDC

Indoor Predictive Modeling Tool for Coronavirus Stability — (DHS)

Manage Anxiety and Stress — CDC

Mental Health

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) — CDC

National Wastewater Surveillance System (NWSS) - CDC

New CDC data finds adult obesity is increasing. Obesity worsens outcomes from COVID-19

Obesity, Race/Ethnicity, and COVID-19 (CDC)

PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Facility Operations — Florida Health Care Association

NEW: Preliminary Criteria for the Evaluation of Digital Contact Tracing Tools for COVID-19 | CDC.gov (PDF, Less Than 1MB)

Prevention of COVID-19 (PDF, 125kB)

Prevention of COVID-19 Spread in Communities — CDC

Protection, Planning, + Care for Older Adults (PDF, 184kB)

Public Services available for lives disrupted by COVID-19

Recently Unemployed and Potentially Losing your Healthcare Coverage? — HPCNEF Navigators can Help! Visit: www.CoveringFlorida.org or Call 877-813-9115

Reemployment Assistance Benefits, formerly known as Unemployment Compensation — DEO

Rural Development COVID-19 Response – USDA (PDF, 294KB)

Should I Get Tested? (PDF, 176KB)

Social Distancing for Infectious Disease (PDF, 268kB)

St. Johns County COVID-19 Resident and Business Assistance Hotlines (PDF, 172KB)

St. Johns County Emergency Food Resources

Symptoms of COVID-19 (Updated-CDC)

Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health during an Infectious Disease Outbreak — SAMHSA (PDF, 492KB)

Understanding Data and Prioritizing Resources —FEMA

Unemployed? Visit the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) Program — (DOE) or Call: 1-833-352-7759

Whole-of-America response focusing on health and safety – FEMA

You Tested Positive — Now What? (PDF, 211KB)

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