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Important Information at a Glance

 


Updated as of September 28

Testing 

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Fairgrounds COVID-19 Testing Extended with Changes

Free COVID-19 testing at the Volusia County Fairgrounds will continue in to October, thanks to an extension from the Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM). The site and process will undergo some changes for October, however.

Beginning Thursday, Oct. 1, testing will take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day inside the Hester building. While drive-up testing will no longer be available, the indoor location does allow for the site to operate seven days a week.

Effective Oct. 1, only viral testing will be offered; antibody testing will no longer be available.

Appointments for viral testing can be made online at www.doineedacovid19test.com/. No symptoms are required to get tested. Viral testing is available for individuals five years of age and older. Adults 18 years and older are required to provide a picture identification.

Florida Moves Into Phase 3

Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-244 on Friday, September 25, 2020, moving all of Florida’s 67 counties into Phase 3.

Executive Order 20-244 does the following:

  1. Removes state-level restrictions on businesses, such as restaurants.
  2. Provides that no COVID-19 emergency ordinance may prevent an individual from working or operating a business, giving Floridians and business owners needed certainty and the ability to provide for themselves and their families.
  3. Provides that restaurants may not be limited by a COVID-19 emergency order by any local government to less than 50% of their indoor capacity. If a restaurant is limited to less than 100% of its indoor capacity, such COVID-19 emergency order must satisfy the following:
    1. Quantify the economic impact of each limitation or requirements on those restaurants; and
    2. Explain why each limitation or requirement is necessary for public health.
  4. Suspends all outstanding fines and penalties, and the collection of such moving forward, applied against individuals related to COVID-19.

 Read the full Executive Order.

Volusia County/food bank partnership

Volusia County Emergency Management has partnered with area food banks to provide more than 126,000 meals to local families in need. Learn more and find a participating location

COVID-19 additional assistance resources

Volusia County has several other COVID-19 assistance programs available for residents. Programs include the Small Business Grant, Home-based Business Assistance GrantPPE Distribution Program for Local Businesses, Non-profit GrantRental AssistanceMortgage Assistance and summer camp scholarships. There are also several food resources available throughout the county.

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