What you need to know now about COVID-19 in Pinellas County

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Changes in safety protocols

Following Governor DeSantis’ executive order, 21-102, the following updates are effective immediately:

  • Businesses may still require face coverings and COVID-19 safety protocols, but the county ordinance is rescinded.
  • The order requiring safety plans requirements for large events is also rescinded.
  • May 11 Board of County Commissioners meeting will no longer include State of Local Emergency and public hearing on the ordinance requiring face coverings.
Pinellas County’s COVID dashboard has been deactivated following the Florida Department of Health moving from daily to weekly reporting. For weekly data, including Pinellas County, see COVID-19 Weekly Situation Report (PDF)

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