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

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County passes ordinance on face coverings

On June 23, 2020, the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners passed an emergency ordinance requiring face coverings in most indoor public places. The county is distributing a limited number of face masks to residents who need them.
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Individual and Families Pinellas CARES Financial Assistance

Pinellas County has broadened eligibility for individuals and families who need help with overdue rent, mortgage or utility bills through the Pinellas CARES Financial Assistance program.

Text COVIDCARES to 898211 or visit our
Pinellas CARES Financial Assistance page for more details.

Confirmed Cases

10,293

in Pinellas County

Total Tested

115,481

in Pinellas County

Total Hospitalizations

863

in Pinellas County

Pending Cases

49

in Pinellas County
Last updated July 10 – 12:10 PM
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COVID-19 testing sites are available around the county. Find testing sites near you and more info at https://covid19.pinellascounty.org/testing/ #COVID19 #Testing (Photo courtesy of Bay Care)

Heading to the beach this #4thOfJuly weekend?😎 Here are a few tips for soaking up some sunshine while staying safe from #COVID19:

1) Limit your group size.

2) Stay with who you came with.

3) Maintain a safe physical distance (6 feet) from anyone you don’t live with.

#4thOfJuly may look a little different this year, but we can still celebrate with loved ones safely. Hosting a backyard BBQ? You can minimize the risk of exposure to #COVID19 with a few simple steps:

1) Limit the number of guests to maintain social distancing. Keep six feet from anyone you don’t live with. 👨‍👩‍👦

2) Keep the party outside. Ask guests to wear a mask if they must go inside. 😷

3) Avoid shared utensils, dishes and snack bowls. Consider having one person responsible for plating and serving food. 🍽️

4) Make hand sanitizer available to guests. ✋

Does wearing a face covering mean you don’t have to practice social distancing? Doing both keeps us all safer. When you wear a cloth face covering, you help protect those around you from #COVID19. We recommend to help keep each other safe by properly using cloth face coverings when out in public if you can't #socialdistance. #PinellasMC

Clean hands can help keep you healthy and can stop germs from spreading to others. Take time to clean and disinfect your home. Please be mindful of others around you. #PinellasMC #COVID19

Everyone has a role to play to reduce and slow transmission of #COVID19. Social distancing is one way to prevent the spread. This means avoiding crowded places and maintaining distance from others. Learn more #socialdistancing tips : https://covid19.pinellascounty.org/social-distancing-tips/ #PinellasMC