Covid-19
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Statewide, 71% of Floridians over age 12 have been vaccinated with at least one shot. more
FDOH shut down the online COVID-19 dashboard, only statewide data was released on a weekly basis... more
The Pfizer booster can be administered 6 months after the second dose. At this time, combining vaccine types is NOT recommended. … more
Okeechobee County’s covid hospitalizations remain higher than state average, according to information shared… more
OKEECHOBEE – The Florida Department of Health, Raulerson Hospital and the Okeechobee County Public Safety Department … more
BELLE GLADE – A Belle Glade family lost six family members in just three weeks to COVID-19. more
Caring.com has published results from a survey of caregivers. more
Florida added 2,468 covid deaths to the state’s total last week. more
More COVID-19 information is being released for Florida, but the information is still not complete... more
Florida added 2,448 covid deaths to the state’s total last week. more
The Okeechobee County Board of Commissioners received an update on the COVID-19 pandemic at their Sept. 9 meeting. more
Florida Department of Health in Okeechobee County provides 10 location sites for COVID-19 vaccines, five COVID-19 Testing sites and Monoclonal Antibody Treatment sites. more
3,448 students and/or staff were excluded from in-person instruction last week. more
Florida added 2,345 covid deaths to the state’s pandemic total last week. more
As of Aug. 26, 2021 Florida had 43,979 COVID-19-related deaths. How many of the Floridians who have succumbed to the deadly virus were local … more
TALLAHASSEE -- Are you struggling to pay your rent or utility bills? OUR Florida Emergency Rental Assistance Program is a federally funded relief program aimed at getting Floridians back on their … more
While hospital admissions for COVID-19 patients has fallen 10% in the past week, Florida hospitals are still overwhelmed… more
As of Aug. 26, a total of 43,979 Floridians have died related to COVID-19 since the pandemic started in 2020. According to health officials, the majority of hospitalizations and deaths continue to be … more
Monoclonal antibody treatments can prevent severe illness, hospitalization and death in high-risk patients who have contracted or been exposed to COVID-19. more
COVID-19 is not only taking a toll on first responders in our city... more
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