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COVID-19 UPDATES

 

UPDATE

Starting August 20, the City of Tampa’s Lift Up Local program is moving into Phase 3. The program is re-expanding the use of public and private sidewalks during the extended limited capacity orders to give restaurants and retail establishments a greater ability to use outdoor spaces for regular operations. 

HILLSBOROUGH BUSINESS TOOLKIT

This toolkit was created to provide you with the resources you need to resume safe operation and put the current health and safety guidelines provided by federal, state and local government agencies at your fingertips.

 

 

MASK MANDATE

Effective Friday, June 19, the City of Tampa requires face masks in all indoor locations outside the home when residents are unable to maintain a six-foot separation from others. Exceptions include:

  • children under 2 years
  • while eating and drinking
  • while maintaining physical distancing at a minimum of 6 feet apart

HILLSBOROUGH COVID DASHBOARD

This dashboard provides critical information on COVID-19 cases, testing, as well as daily healthcare system capacity. The goal of this dashboard is to present key metrics from various agencies to provide useful data for fact-based decision-making pertaining to the Covid-19 pandemic within Hillsborough County.

 

GET TESTED

Hillsborough County significantly expanded its point-in-time testing for COVID-19 coronavirus. This means that anyone who wants to be tested can pre-register to get tested for free at community sites. Here are answers to basic questions about community testing. 

POSTERS & SIGNS FOR BUSINESSES

As we battle the spread of COVID-19 and understand more and more how transmission can occur from person-to-person, workspaces can quickly become outbreak sites unless the correct measures are taken. Signs are the best way to create and maintain awareness. Download them in the link below:

 

 

Mask Recommendation

Hillsborough County leaders are recommending everyone follow the most recent CDC advisory urging people to wear masks when visiting the grocery store, take-out restaurants or other essential businesses to reduce the potential for the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

 

     

    STATEMENTS FROM LOCAL OFFICIALS