Orange Co. reveals over 111,000 vaccinees and shares CDC’s online travel planner with 15% FL searches



The vaccination appointment portal reopens on Monday 22/02

From the Orange County Newsroom

For the latest updates on COVID-19 resources, visit ocfl.net/COVID19. Additionally, residents can stay up-to-date on vaccination efforts across the county by visiting ocfl.net/vaccine. Currently 7.6 percent of Orange County residents (111,966 people) have received their first dose of vaccination.

TRAVELER INFORMATION

The CDC created the COVID-19 Travel Planner to help travelers research COVID-19 restrictions and advice in the state, local, territorial and tribal communities they plan to visit.

The CDC estimates that about 15% of site visitors seek advice in Florida. The goal of the online tool is to provide travelers with information to help them make informed decisions, protect themselves and reduce transmission before, during and after their trip.

COVID-19 VACCINE APPOINTMENTS REOPEN ON MONDAY

The Orange County Florida Department of Health will reopen online appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations at the Orange County Convention Center for the 65+ eligible residents on Monday February 22, 2021 at 9 a.m.

The Convention Center vaccination site is only available to full-time or part-time Florida residents. People who show up without a vaccination appointment will be turned away.

Some useful resources:

Visit ocfl.net/Vaccine for registration information and to view frequently asked questions. For questions or help with registration, contact 844-770-8548 or email [email protected]

COVID-19 EVICTION SPILL PROGRAM: CLOSED FRIDAY

Orange County’s COVID-19 eviction hijack program will end on Friday, February 19 at 6 p.m. Applications will still be processed after February 19, but no new applications will be accepted after this deadline. For more information, visit ocfl.net/EvictionDiversion. The county’s emergency rental assistance program is expected to launch on March 1. For more information, visit ocfl.net/ERA.

Additional information to know:

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) order prohibiting landlords from evicting eligible tenants has been extended until March 31, 2021. Residents at risk of eviction must act by signing the CDC declaration form and return it to its owner. For more information, visit ocfl.net/HousingFAQs.

VACCINATIONS FOR HEALTH WORKERS

In partnership with the Orange County government, AdventHealth recently offered 3,500 immunization appointments for health workers. All appointments have been booked for February 19, 2021. For future availability of medical vaccinations, register at www.ocfl.net/vaccine and you can also register for AdventHealth alerts on CoronavirusVaccineAlerts.com.


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