UPDATE SEPTEMBER 24, 2020: CASE COUNT AND STATUS OF PROTECTIVE MEASURES. FOUR NEW CASES IN MONROE COUNTY TODAY.

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Public Information Officer Mary Swaney
mary.swaney@islamorada.fl.us
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 Summary of Important Actions Addressing Coronavirus
Updated September 24, 2020

MONROE COUNTY CASE COUNT AND STATUS. Four new cases were reported in Monroe County today

There are 1817 positive cases in Monroe County since the beginning of coronavirus reportingThe Florida Department of Health in Monroe County is reporting 1817 total cases in Monroe County - 1787 residents and 30 non-residents. 

Additional case information provided on Florida's COVID-19 surveillance dashboard to assist with our understanding of active virus in areas of the state: in Monroe County, 22 of the cases were reported in the past 7 days; 60 of the cases were reported in the past 14 days.

Key West - 823
Key Largo - 259
Tavernier - 139
Islamorada - 53
Long Key - 4
Layton - 1
Duck Key - 1
Key Colony Beach - 11
Marathon - 193
Marathon Shores - 1

Big Pine Key - 36
Big Torch Key - 1
Rockland Key - 1
Little Torch Key - 5
Ramrod Key - 2

Summerland Key - 38
Cudjoe Key - 4
Sugarloaf - 5
Stock Island - 53
Non-residents - 30
Missing City - 158

There are two (2) current hospitalizations in the county; that number does not take into account those hospitalized outside of Monroe County.
Twenty two 
(22) COVID-19-related deaths have been reported in Monroe County.
Updates are provided at https://floridahealthcovid19.gov and the surveilance dashboard. Testing continues throughout the county.

 
Village Administrative Office to resume regular business hours
Monday, August 20, 2020
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All Islamorada Public Parks, Public Beaches and Public Boat Ramps
Open at 50% Capacity
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NIGHTLY RESTAURANT CLOSURES AND ALCOHOL SALES RESTRICTIONS ENDED ON LABOR DAY.
Restaurants may serve alcohol after 11 p.m.
Bars and nightclubs remain closed.

County Amends Facial Covering Ordinance, Adds Stricter Penalties for Non-compliance
& Mandatory Business Closures if Employee Test Positive for COVID-19
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Salons, Barbershops and Cosmetology Specialty Salons May Reopen with Restrictions:Read full release

The Fire Department Can Help Determine Your Occupancy Load: Read full release


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