COVID-19 Cases in Florida
Detailed case and testing statistics- visit the Florida Department of Health’s COVID-19 website, scroll two-thirds of the way down the page, and select the orange “Read The Report” button.
COVID-19 Vaccination Information
Florida has many sites that are providing COVID-19 vaccines. Vaccines are free to eligible residents. Appointments may be required, and specific vaccine types and brands may not be available at all sites, so review the location’s instructions.
Vaccine Booster Shots: Some COVID-19 vaccine recipients can get booster shots. Learn more.
COVID-19 Testing Information
Florida testing for COVID-19 is available statewide. You can find community testing locations in our area at https://floridahealthcovid19.gov/testing-sites/.
Be aware of COVID-19 Scams
The Federal Trade Commission has issued guidance and resources to avoid coronavirus scams. Learn more.
City of Orange City’s parks and amenities are open for the public to use. Pavilion and field rentals have resumed. Rentals have been modified to follow current CDC guidelines. Park visitors should continue to practice appropriate social distancing measures.
Requirements for Face Coverings
Orange City Emergency Ordinance 647, reenacting the requirements for face coverings in indoor locations in order to control the spread of Covid-19, has been eliminated by Governor DeSantis (Executive Orders 21-101 and 21-102) and is no longer in effect.
However, the City encourages City employees and the public visiting City properties to comply with CDC guidelines.
The City of Orange City’s highest priority has been the health and safety of our residents and staff. Protective measures have been installed to ensure we can operate within CDC recommended guidelines. We respectfully request that you do not enter City Hall if you are not feeling well. Please call (386) 775-5400 for more information.
Can a business require the use of facial coverings inside its establishment?
Yes, private businesses may require facial coverings and social distancing. The State Executive Order does not prohibit a private business from requiring these practices.