COVID-19 Vaccine Information

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

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Orange County Coronavirus Resources, News Conferences & more…

Coronavirus – Vaccine Information | Click Here
Orange County Resources |Click Here
COVID-19 Testing Sites | Click Here
Economic Recovery Task Force | Click Here
“Stay at Home” Order | March 26 | Click Here
Declares a Local State of Emergency | March 13 | Click Here
AdventHealth Safe Business Recommendations | Click Here
Orlando Health Resources to Help you reopen your business safely | Click Here

Orange County (OC) Clerk of Courts
Coronavirus Updates |  Click Here

OC Supervisor of Elections
COVID-19 Precautions | March 20 | Click Here
Coronavirus Preparations for Elections | March 13 | Click Here

OC Tax Collector:
Coronavirus Updates including Deadline to Pay Property Taxes Extended to April 15, 2020, Offices Closed & More | March 26 | Click Here
Order of Emergency Waiver by Department of Revenue | March 26 | Click Here
COVID-19 Emergency Order by FLHSMV | March 19 | Click Here

OC Sheriff:
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information | Click Here

OC Property Appraiser:
Coronavirus Resources | Click Here
OCPA Grants Automatic Extension To TPP Tax Return Filing Deadline | March 26 | Click Here
Update #3 OCPA Responds to Coronavirus | March 20 | Click Here
Update #2 OCPA Responds to Coronavirus | March 16 | Click Here
Update #1 OCPA Responds to Coronavirus | March 13 | Click Here

Orange County Comptroller:
Offices Closed & Reminders of Online Services | March 20 | Click Here
Orange County Charter Review Commission Regular Business Meeting Rescheduled | March 26 | Click Here

Orange County Public Schools:
Coronavirus Latest News and Updates | Click Here
Free Grab-and-Go Meals | March 29 | Click Here

Other Important Links:
Career Source Central Florida – Coronavirus Support | Click Here
Orange County Animal Services – Pet Preparedness Info | Click Here
Seniors First’s program Meals on Wheels | Click Here

Everyone is urged to practice safety measures to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses including:

~ Stay home when you are sick.
~ Wash your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds.
~ If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
~ Avoid handshakes and hugs. Elbow bumps are encouraged.
~ Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
~ Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
~ Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
~ Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

Additional information can be found at

Thank you for doing your part to ensure the health and safety of our community.