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Coronavirus – COVID-19 Updates

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Florida League of Cities

Miami-Dade COVID-19 News

Florida Department of Health Updates –

Did you know there’s a COVID-19 Call Center available 24/7 at 1-866-779-6121? It’s also available in Spanish and Haitian Creole!

COVID-19 vaccines have gone through the same safety standards as other vaccines. Know the #VaxFacts.
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Know the #VaxFacts, you’re considered fully vaccinated two weeks after:
💉💉 The second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines.
💉 The single-dose of Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine.

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Governor of Florida Resources


#WearAMask while traveling to #SlowTheSpread of #COVID19. Masks are required on planes, buses, trains, rideshares, and other forms of public transportation, including while you are in airports and stations. More:

🌻 Spring is in the air. Both seasonal allergies and #COVID19 can cause cough, fatigue, and headache, but fever and chills are more common with COVID-19. Use this chart to learn more similarities and differences between COVID-19 & allergies.


Today is National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day. #NYHAAD reminds us of the importance of investing in young people’s health and education. School-based #HealthEd provides youth with a safe and supportive environment to learn about HIV prevention.

#COVID19-associated hospitalization rates have fallen since the peak in early January 2021, especially for older adults. However, rates have plateaued or risen in recent weeks in all age groups.

Wear a mask. Get vaccinated when you can. Learn more:

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