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Gov. DeSantis has issued SAFER AT HOME ORDER limiting Florida to essential services only for 30 days:
DeSantis' order goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. Friday, and is set to expire April 30. It means people who work at businesses not deemed essential must stay home, essentially closing down those businesses unless they can operate remotely. Essential services include health care providers, grocery stores, gas stations, banks, hardware stores, restaurants limited to serving takeout, childcare, landscape and pool care, pet supply stores, and what are considered critical service jobs. It also defines allowable essential activities as walking, biking, fishing, taking care of pets, caring for a friend or loved one and attending religious services. - Florida Today: 4/1/20


The Talk of Titusville
PickUp / TakeOut Business Updates
A list of Current Titusville Businesses offering
Delivery, TakeOut, or PickUp Service.


To Rene Plasencia's Florida State House website.
RE-EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE
SMALL BUSINESS LOANS
PRICE-GOUGING HOTLINE SCHOOL CLOSURE UPDATE
FREE MEALS FOR KIDS & TEENS CORONA VIRUS TAX RELIEF
BREVARD COUNTY UPDATES ORANGE COUNTY UPDATES
DEO COVID-19 RESOURCES COVID-19 STIMULUS PACKAGE Q&A'S
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR: COVID-19 AND THE AMERICAN WORKPLACE
COVID-19 DEO RE-EMPLOYMENT FAQ'S
PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM FAQ'S FOR SMALL BUSINESS
FOOD & EDUCATION RESOURCES FOR DISTANCE LEARNING
FLORIDA HEALTH INTERACTIVE DATA DASHBOARD


March 31, 2020
City of Titusville : Community Development Department
Division of Economic Development

Resources for Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19


The Small Business Owner's Guide to the CARES Act
U.S. Senate Committee on Small Busioness & Entrepeneurship


CareerSource Brevard Announces Career Center Closures Until Further Notice
Click for PDF announcement.

Florida activates emergency small business loans amid COVID-19 economy worries
CLICK for Florida Trend article


COVID-19 Information By and For People with Disabilities


USA Today - March 28, 2020
Once infected, how long does it take to recover?

We know that the time between catching the virus and beginning to show symptoms ranges from one to 14 days, most commonly around five days, according to the World Health Organization. Information about how long it takes to recover is still preliminary, but a WHO study of cases in China published last month found that:
  • For mild cases, the median time from symptom onset to recovery is about two weeks.
  • The time from symptom onset to the development of severe disease is one week.
  • For patients with severe or critical disease, the median recovery time is three to six weeks.
  • Among patients who have died, the time from symptom onset to death ranges from two to eight weeks.

Ppblix SuperMarkets hours announcement Publix has adjusted store and pharmacy hours companywide to open at 8:00am and to close at 8 p.m. nightly until further notice. This will give our store teams time to conduct additional preventive sanitation and restock product on shelves. These are just some of the extra measures Publix is taking across our entire operation to safeguard the health and well-being of our customers, our associates, and our communities. We appreciate your understanding.
• Publix is designating Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from 7 to 8 a.m. as senior shopping hours for customers age 65 and over. Publix Pharmacy will also open at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to serve the senior population.
Winn-Dixie stores All Winn-Dixie locations will close at 8:00 p.m. nightly until further notice. This change will give our associates the time they need to appropriately restock our stores, and ensure our stores are able to conduct additional sanitation procedures in service of providing a shopping experience our customers can always count on.
• All Winn-Dixie stores and pharmacies will reserve shopping between 8am-9am for seniors and those most at risk of contracting COVID-19. This reserved hour for stores and pharmacies will be in effect Monday ­ Friday only.
Our associates, first responders and healthcare providers: all of our stores will remain open from 8 to 9 p.m. every Monday and Tuesday to allow these community heroes the opportunity to stock up on fresh food and essential items. We request that our customers be respectful of this time devoted to our frontline warriors.
Target is open 8:00am - 9:00pm : 3/19/20
WalMart is open 7:00am - 8:30pm : 3/19/20
Save A Lot Grocery Store is open : 8:00am - 10:00pm : 3/19/20
Home Depot hours are 6:00am - 6:00pm. (Sun. opens at 7:00am)
Brevard County Parks & Recreation logo Starting Saturday March 14th all of Parks and Recreation facilities, programs and activities will be closed and/or suspended to the general public through April 30th.  You will be notified of any updates as they become available.
Andrea C. Chestnut, North Area Parks and Recreation, 321-603-2121.
3/16 Facebook update: During this time all of our County parks and EEL Sanctuaries will still be open to the public: 321-264-5105.
The Splash Pad is closed untill further notice.
Parks and nature trails are open for fresh air, sunlight and exercise. The Enchanted Forest Nature Sanctuary is closed.
The Blue Heron Wetlands in Titusville.Fl, is temporarily closed to visitors.
Canaveral National Seashore is Closing
Titusville/New Smyrna Beach - Canaveral National Seashore is announcing it will cease operations to implement the latest guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), and local and state authorities to promote social distancing. All access to the beaches within Canaveral National Seashore will be closed to the public. This step is also in accordance with Brevard County that will close public parking and beachside parks
March 14, 2020

Brevard County Makes COVID-19 Emergency Declaration

BREVARD COUNTY, FL. -- In alignment with declarations made by the President of the United States and Governor of Florida, Brevard County Government has issued a local state of emergency in response to COVID-19.

There have been no confirmed cases of coronavirus in brevard county. however, the emergency declaration gives the county additional operational flexibilities during this public health crisis, including the ability to expend additional funds in response to coronavirus. if emergency needs arise, the county is able to appropriate funds as needed.

For brevard county, the declaration of a local state of emergency:

  • helps obtain necessary supplies quickly: procurement policy may be waived to allow for timely access to personal protective equipment for first responders and sanitation supplies for critical public buildings (e.g., courthouses, the jail, the emergency operations center, etc.)
  • removes obstacles to a timely response: the county manager may be permitted to adjust leave policies and, if necessary, suspend union contracts in order to deal with a potential emergency.
  • provides timely access to financial resources by cutting red tape: financial reserves may be accessed, as needed, to stage in anticipation of and, if necessary, respond to an emergency.
  • in the event of a biological threat, reduces the threat of person-to-person transmission: mass gatherings may be limited, as necessary and appropriate.
  • streamlines intergovernmental crisis management: measures to better coordinate consequence management, in conjunction with fdoh and bps, may be implemented.
  • better enables the county to seek federal reimbursement: the declaration of an LSE situates the county such that it may qualify for fema reimbursement that might otherwise not be available.
Every resident and visitor of Brevard County plays a part in personal prevention. The county recommends the public follow the Centers for Disease Control's guidelines available at cdc.gov/coronavirus/.

Brevard County continues to coordinate daily with the Florida Department of Health on the latest information regarding COVID-19. Brevard County residents may call 2-1-1 for up-to-date information between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily. For calls after hours, contact the Florida Department of Health COVID-19 call center at 866-779-6121. The call center is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


UPDATE: Parrish Medical Center General Visitor Restrictions and Screening Policy

TITUSVILLE, FLA. (March 19, 2020) –To provide a safe, healing healthcare environment for everyone, Parrish Medical Center will implement additional restrictions and screening measures effective Monday, March 23, until further notice:
  • Restrictions and screening policy applies to Parrish Medical Center and all of its Parrish Healthcare Center ambulatory sites (Port St. John, Port Canaveral and Titusville).
  • Visitors*/Patient Companions are limited to one (1) at a time.
  • *Visitors with nonmedical necessities/purposes shall not be granted access.
  • Everyone with a need to visit Parrish Healthcare facilities, including outside vendors, will be screened each time they enter. Screening includes the following three (3) questions and temperature check:
    1. Have you traveled internationally or on a cruise ship in the past 14 days?
    2. Have you had contact with someone with or under investigation for COVID-19?
    3. Or, do you have a fever, cough, sore throat, or experiencing shortness of breath?
    4. If the screening identifies any of the risk factors of COVID-19, you will not be allowed to enter. You will be provided guidance in accordance with the CDC guidelines.
  • No visitors under age 18.
    • Includes no infants or siblings.
    • Minors with medical necessity shall be seen and treated.
  • Patients in need of emergency care are strongly encouraged not to bring their minor children with them to the ER at this time.
  • Hospital visitation limited daily to 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Exceptions may be made for those visiting patients receiving end-of-life care.

Hospital Visitors
Effective Monday, March 23, everyone visiting the hospital will be directed to enter through an alternative care site, which has been constructed adjacent to the Emergency Department entrance. Screening will be conducted within this controlled environment prior to being granted access into the hospital, including access to its North Building (Business Office and Wound Healing Center). Visitation and screening policies are subject to change. The community's patience and understanding is appreciated. For more information, visit parrishhealthcare.com/coronavirus.


From the City of Titusville:

From: EDC of Florida's Space Coast
Sent: Friday, March 13, 2020 10:57 AM
To: Busacca, Peggy
Subject: Governor DeSantis Activates Emergency Business Damage Assessment Survey for COVID-19

Florida Space Coast Economic Development Commission

We will continue to update available resources at
www.SpaceCoastEDC.org/COVID-19.

In response to the COVID-19 health crisis, Governor Ron DeSantis announced the activation of the Business Damage Assessment survey to assess the impact of COVID-19 on Florida's local business operations as it will help direct State resources and enable access to federal programs.

The EDC encourages any business affected by COVID-19 to complete the survey. The Business Damage Assessment Survey can be taken online at https://floridadisaster.biz/.

Results from this survey will be shared with state agencies and local partners. Surveys submitted by small businesses can be used to access the Small Business Administration's Economic Injury Disaster Loan, made available through the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act.

For inquiries or assistance with the survey, businesses can contact Emergency Support Function 18 at ESF18@em.myflorida.com. See the full press release from the office of Governor Ron DeSantis below:

Governor DeSantis Activates Emergency Business
Damage Assessment Survey for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Business Damage Assessment Survey can be taken online at https://floridadisaster.biz/

Tallahassee, Fla. ­ Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced the activation of the Business Damage Assessment survey to assess the impact of COVID-19 on Florida's local business operations. The survey, managed by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), will evaluate businesses affected by COVID-19 and the impacts the virus has had on the local economy so actions to implement appropriate relief programs can begin.

"Gathering information about the impact COVID-19 has on Florida businesses and industries will be invaluable to the state's efforts in coordinating our response," said Governor DeSantis. "It is important that we understand the total impact COVID-19 has on businesses to ensure that we access the resources that may be available."

The Business Damage Assessment Survey can be taken online at https://floridadisaster.biz/. Results from this survey will be shared with state agencies and local partners. Surveys submitted by small businesses can be used to access the Small Business Administration's Economic Injury Disaster Loan, made available for COVID-19 through the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act. For inquiries or assistance with the survey, businesses can contact Emergency Support Function 18 at ESF18@em.myflorida.com.

"Under Governor DeSantis' direction, the state of Florida has maintained contact with our business partners throughout the state in order to develop a proactive response for COVID-19 business impacts," said Florida DEO Executive Director Ken Lawson. "We need feedback from all Florida businesses to provide comprehensive information about the impacts of COVID-19 to our partners at the federal level."

Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-52 declaring a State of Emergency for COVID-19 and directed the Florida Division of Emergency Management to activate the Florida Emergency Operations Center (EOC) to a Level II, to coordinate the state's response to COVID-19. Last week, the governor issued Executive Order 20-51 directing the State Surgeon General to declare a public health emergency.

For the most up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Florida, please visit the Florida Department of Health's dedicated COVID-19 webpage. For any other questions related to COVID-19 in Florida, please contact the state's dedicated COVID-19 Call Center by calling (866) 779-6121. The Call Center is available 24 hours per day. Inquiries may also be emailed to COVID-19@flhealth.gov.

SpaceCoastEDC.org • 6525 3rd Street, Suite 304 • Rockledge, FL 32955 • (321) 638.2000


RESOURCES
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2-1-1-brevard answers

BREVARD COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FACEBOOK

The City of Titusville, Florida
COVID-19 UPDATES

COVID-19 Risk Assessment: Know Your Risk VALUABLE HELPER COVID-19 RISK ASSESSMENT:
KNOW YOUR RISK VALUABLE HELPER

• CORONAVIRUS: PREVENTION OF ILLNESS REMAINS OUR PRIORITY: UPDATES & INFORMATION
NEWSLETTERS FROM
Brevard County Commissioner, District One: Rita Pritchitt
US Congressman, Florida 8th District: Bill Posey
Florida Today News

News 13 - Spectrum TV website

Florida Department of Healgh COVID 19 website.

Unemployment: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity
CLICK to go to the FDEO website

U.S. Center for Disease Colntrol and Prevention website

Sign up for our coronavirus newsletter.

Johns Hopkins Coronavirus COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) site.

COVID-19 Business Continuity Resoures

Brevard FL public Schools homepage

Brevard Public Schools (official) Facebook Page
Food Distribution Centers for Free Student Meals

Brevard Public Schools will begin Distance Learning on March 30th. Students will be receiving assignments and completing required coursework through the Brevard Schools FOCUS website: https://brevardk12.focusschoolsoftware.com/focus/

FLORIDA HEALTH: COVID-19 RESPONSE
Florida Department of Health (DOH)

• Florida Department of Health (DOH) FACEBOOK
COVID-19 Call Center available 24/7: (866) 779-6121
or email COVID-19@flhealth.gov

New York Times Coronavirus Briefing


U.S. Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Situation Summary

CDC Coronavirus Self-Checker Quiz:
to help you determine whether you meet the testing criteria:

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Coronavirus Disease 2019 Information for Travel

People at Risk for Serious Illness from COVID-19


world Health Organization website

World Health Organization
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic


Nicholas Kristof's Best Covid-19 Websites:

  • www.healthdata.org/covid — provides state-by-state projections
  • ourworldindata.org/coronavirus — provides statistics and research
  • www.cebm.net/covid-19/ — Oxford Covid-19 evidence service
  • coronavirus.jhu.edu/ — Johns Hopkins coronavirus research center
  • The New York Times's coronavirus map and case count

  • Apple logo

    Apple creates coronavirus screening app & website in partnership with CDC

    • • Apple COVID-19 Website • •


    Brevard County help lines

    How to wash your hands
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    Parks are open for family activities.

    North Brevard County Parks are open Fox Lake, Sand Point Marina, Chain of Lakes, Blanton/Holder, Manzo, Parrish / Space View, Stuart & Wuesthoff
    The Enchanted Forest Sanctuary is closed.

    Our parks remain open, so take the kids to the park. It is a beautiful day to take a walk in the park, get some fresh air and sunshine. If the weather is pleasant, playing outside is a terrific option when you need to get out of the house. The more natural and distant from one another, the better! Kids and families especially need fresh air and sunshine, especially during this stressful time. Some experts recommend that it's better to walk, bike, and bring riding toys. If you do go to the playground, take a packet of sanitizing wipes and wash hands often.

    North Brevard County Parks are open, but no pavilion reservations. Park pavilions are first come, first serve. Community Centers are closed. Any questions, please call 321-264-5037.


    General Prevention against COVID-19 - Tool Kit
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    Florida Health screening