The State of Florida Issues COVID-19 UpdatesTALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The State of Florida is responding to COVID-19. In an effort to keep Florida residents and visitors safe and aware regarding the status of the virus, the Florida Department of Health will continue to issue this update every day through Phase 1 of Florida’s reopening plan. Once the state moves into Phase 2, DOH will provide this update once per week. However, DOH will continue to update the COVID-19 dashboard and post the state report daily.
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Life saving treatment for Covid patients that are critically ill. It is also a good way for the community to be tested for the antibodies while saving lives by giving blood. There is no charge for the testing. LifeSouth locations and availability can be found on the web site at www.lifesouth.org Appointments are suggested.Click here for more information Give local. Save local.
United Way had to make the tough decision to move the annual Stuff the Bus supply drive to a virtual event this year. Pass it on!! &##128652; www.Roonga.com/StuffTheBusHernandoClick here for more informationYOU LIVE HERE.| YOU GIVE HERE. | IT STAYS HERE. | LIVE UNITED™
Mid Florida Community Services, Inc., Announces New Office Location in West Pasco County (Brooksville, FL July 6, 2020) Mid Florida Community Services, Inc., has a new location in West Pasco County located at 5705 Gulf Drive in New Port Richey. This new location replaces the office that was located at 14174 US Highway 19 in Hudson. Click here for more information
Upcoming BOCC workshops/public hearings on various topics(Brooksville, FL) The Hernando County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) will hold the following upcoming workshops and public hearings. A short description for each is listed below along with the workshop/public meeting date. In accordance with Fifth Judicial Circuit Administrative Order A-2020-12-F, all members of the public entering the Hernando County Courthouse, located at 20 N. Main Street in Brooksville, and wishing to provide public comment
Housing Authority office reopens to the public by appointment only (Brooksville, FL) The Hernando County Housing Authority administrative office building, located at 621 W. Jefferson Street in Brooksville, has reopened to the public by appointment only. To prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to keep our clients and staff as safe as possible, the following policies will be implemented for all persons entering the building until further notice:Click Here for more Information
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Provides Reemployment Assistance Update - July 6TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Today, the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) issued reemployment assistance updates on the Reemployment Assistance (RA) Claims Dashboard. As of July 5, DEO has paid 1,629,218 claimants a total of $8.79 billion ($8,797,010,701).Click here for more information
HCA/Oak Hill Hospital Offers Free Help Line for Insurance Related QuestionsHealthcare providers across the country are seeing a significant decrease in the number of patients seeking care for specific conditions requiring immediate emergency care. Some people are even missing or delaying routine checkups and screenings leading to declining health. In many cases, the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic may be contributing to people’s hesitation in seeking care, especially for those who have lost
Hernando Board of County Commissioners Agenda of July 14, 2020. Hernando County Government continues to monitor COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and taking precautionary measures as recommended by the Florida Department of Health (DOH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The following measures have been implemented in the Government Center/Courthouse and will apply to all persons entering the building: Social Distancing Required – Persons must maintain 6 feet from each other while