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The Florida Department of Health encourages healthy habits to help residents and visitors celebrate the Super Bowl. more
Okeechobee County’s COVID-19 new case positivity rate dropped from 40.7% for the week of Jan. 7-13 to 13.3% for the week of Feb. 4-10 ... more
Florida’s new COVID-19 positivity dropped to 18% for the seven day period ending Feb. 3 ... more
The highly COVID-19 Omicron variant continues to spread in Florida and Omicron “sub-variant” Omicron BA.2 may be close behind ... more
The FDA has revised the aAuthorizations (EUA) for monoclonal antibody treatments ... more
Now more than ever, residents should rely on trusted sources of information for access to COVID-19 testing, vaccinations ... more
The highly contagious COVID-19 Omicron variant continued to spread in Florida in last week … more
Okeechobee County's new covid positivity rate is 35.28% this week ... more
TALLAHASSEE -- The new COVID-19 positivity rate for the State of Florida dropped slightly for the seven day period Jan. 7-13 ... more
The Curative testing site at the Okeechobee Agri-Civic Center is closed today (Jan. 10) due to a staffing shortage. more
Florida’s COVID-19 rate continued to climb last week. more
The Curative COVID-19 testing site at the Okeechobee Agri-Civic Center has reopened. more
COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites. more
COVID-19 cases in Okeechobee “are up, quite a bit,” said Bret Smith of the Florida Department of Health ... more
COVID-19 testing is available  in Okeechobee County at the following sites more
As the COVID-19 Omicron variant spreads in the United States ... more
Covid positivity rates were up, with Florida at 26.5% on Dec. 30, compared to 13.8% on Dec. 23. more
COVID-19 cases sharply increased in Florida last week. For the week of Dec. 17-23, covid positivity rates were up, with new positivity in Florida at 13.8% compared to 5.4% previous week. more
For the week of Dec. 10-16, covid positivity rates were up, with Florida at 5.4% compared to 2.5% the previous week. more
Should Okeechobee County residents be worried about the COVID-19 Omicron variant? more
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