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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management

Novel Coronavirus: COVID-19

On February 28, 2020 the World Health Organization officials upgraded its global risk assessment of the novel coronavirus' potential for spread and impact from "high" to "very high." 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.

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The COVID-19 Call Center is available 24/7
1 (866) 779-6121 | COVID-19@flhealth.gov

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COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT

Thank you public health employees, first responders, health care workers and all other heroes for your diligence and dedication during the COVID-19 crisis.


First Responders in Manatee County Celebrate Hospital Workers

First Responders in Manatee County Celebrate Hospital Workers
Lakewood Ranch Medical Center staff wave at first responder motorcade

Lakewood Ranch Medical Center staff wave in gratitude as a motorcade of area first responders passes the hospital entrance on April 17 in Lakewood Ranch.
First responders riding fire engines, ambulances and law enforcement vehicles staged a motorcade around the facility in honor of hospital workers staffing the frontlines of the COVID-19 public health crisis.
Motorcades were staged simultaneously at Blake Medical Center, Doctors Hospital of Sarasota ER in Lakewood Ranch and Manatee Memorial Hospital.
DOH-Manatee delivered its own message of thanks as it shared the Manatee County Sheriff's Office invitation to the motorcade with local media and COVID-19 partners across the county.
"The Manatee County Health Department salutes all of our health care partners as we continue to move through the COVID-19 pandemic," the message reads. "A BIG thanks to our first responders, as well as to Sheriff Rick Wells and the Manatee County Sheriff's Office team, for inspiring hospital staff and others working the frontlines to save lives and promote good public health across Manatee County during this crisis."


DOH-Palm Beach COVID-19 Thank You to Employees Video from Dr. Alonso


DOH-Alachua Recognizes Heroes Work Here

DOH-Alachua Recognizes Heroes Work Here
Staff members stand behind ‘Heroes Work Here’ sign

There are over 300 employees working for the Department of Health in Alachua County during the COVID-19 public health crisis. On Friday April 17th, DOH-Alachua honored all of these hardworking, essential employees with a colorful sign that read "Heroes Work Here." These photos serve to remind each employee of their value. To all DOH-Alachua employees: The community sees you and appreciates your contributions as well as your sacrifices.


See below for additional examples of amazing county health department response activities:


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