Okaloosa county health department

Okaloosa county health department DEFAULT

Florida Department of Health in Okaloosa County

Organization Address: 

NE Hospital Dr NE

Fort Walton Beach, Florida

United States

County: 

Okaloosa

Phone Number: 

Appointment Required: 

Yes

Hours: 

Monday,am To pm

Tuesday,am To pm

Wednesday,am To pm

Thursday,am To pm

Friday,am To pm

Disclaimer: Hours of operation change frequently. Please contact the organization to verify.

Organization Type: 

Clinic, Public Health Department/Social Services Department (Governmental)

Audiences: 

  • Adolescents/Youth/Teens, Adults, General Public, HIV Positive Persons, Low Income Persons, Men, Persons with HIV/AIDS, Persons with STDs, Women

Language Spoken: 

Fee Information: 

  • Fee, Free HIV Testing, Medicaid Accepted, Medicare Accepted, Sliding Scale

Last Updated Date: 

4/20/21

Organization Number: 

More Information: 

HPV vaccine available to those under 19 through the VFC program.

Sours: https://npin.cdc.gov/organization/florida-department-health-okaloosa-county

FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - The Florida Department of Health in Okaloosa County has issued a health advisory for the Santa Rosa Sound from the Brooks Bridge in Ft. Walton Beach to Hurlburt Field Air Force Base due to a wastewater release entering near Sleepy Hollow Road in Mary Esther.

Experts said waters contaminated with wastewater presents several health hazards to humans and may contain untreated human sewage with microbes that could cause gastrointestinal and other diseases.

Anyone who comes into contact with the affected waterway should wash thoroughly, especially before eating or drinking. Children and older adults, as well as people with weakened immune systems, are particularly vulnerable to disease so every precaution should be taken if in contact with the affected waters.

Jacobs Engineering Group is performing water quality monitoring and testing, and once satisfactory results are achieved, the health advisory will be lifted through a future press release.

Copyright WJHG. All rights reserved.

Sours: https://www.wjhg.com//10/07/okaloosa-county-health-department-issues-health-advisory-fort-walton-beach/
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Coronavirus (COVID) Updates and Resources

COVID Grant Programs 
Through the Federal CARES Act funding, Okaloosa County and all the Cities have joined together to offer a variety of grants and other programs to help our communities cope with the affects of COVID This assistance has categories for businesses, non-profits and individuals. Learn more here.

City of Fort Walton Beach Announcements​​

FWB Message # March 31,

City Hall and City Hall Annex Lobbies Reopen April 5,
The lobbies at City Hall and the City Hall Annex will reopen to the public on Monday, April 5, These lobbies have been closed since March to limit potential exposure of COVID to the public and City staff. Details below:

City Hall (Administration and Customer Service/Utility Billing)
Miracle Strip Pkwy SW

Administration
Monday-Thursday 7 a.m p.m.
Friday 7 a.m a.m.

Customer Service/Utility Billing
Monday-Thursday 10 a.m p.m.
Friday closed

Utility bill payments can still be made online at www.fwb.org/paybill. In-person payments can be made to a drop box located near the ATM machine at City Hall or inside the building. To set up new water service, call or email &#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;@&#;&#;b.&#;&#;&#;. Make a Public Records Request, Police Records Request or Lien Search Request online at www.fwb.org/records.

City Hall Annex (Building, Planning and Code Enforcement)
Miracle Strip Pkwy. SW

Monday-Thursday 7 a.m p.m.
Friday closed

Building Permitting & Inspections: Email (b&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;@&#;&#;b.&#;&#;&#;), phone () and eTRAKiT (www.fwb.org/etrakit) online portal. Virtual Inspections are still available for existing sewer replacements, A/C or HVAC unit change out, duct work replacement, water heater replacement, window/door replacement. Call to inquire about other inspection types that may qualify for a virtual inspection.

Planning & Zoning: Planning applications can be submitted in person or via email to &#;&#;a&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;@&#;&#;b.&#;&#;&#;. Call to schedule a virtual pre-application meeting. Business tax receipt (BTR) applications and planning applications can be submitted via email to &#;&#;a&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;@&#;&#;b.&#;&#;&#; or dropped off in person.

Code Enforcement: Complaints and requests can be made in person or submitted through eTRAKiT www.fwb.org/etrakit. Email pictures of complaints to c&#;&#;&#;@&#;&#;b.&#;&#;&#;.


FWB Message # July 20,

UPDATE: This facility is currently open.

The Fort Walton Beach Recreation Center on Jet Drive is closed to the public beginning today, July 20, until further notice because of COVID exposure. The facility is being decontaminated this week. All indoor programs and activities are suspended until further notice. The City’s top priority is the safety of the public and its employees. Measures will continue to be taken to prevent the spread of COVID while safely providing essential services to the public.


FWB Message # July 1,

CITY EVENT CANCELLATIONS: Out of an abundance of caution, the City of Fort Walton Beach has CANCELED the following public events. The decision was made because of the steady rise in COVID cases in our area.

  • July 4th Concerts and Fireworks at The Landing CANCELED. The fireworks show is being rescheduled for the kickoff of the City’s Fall Concerts at the Landing series on Friday, September 4. Stay tuned for more information about that event.
  • Fire Engine Dedication Ceremony July 11, , CANCELED. A modified dedication ceremony will be shared on the Fire Department’s Facebook page for the public to view beginning at 9 a.m. on July

FWB Message # May 28,

City of FWB Set to Reopen Facilities June 1
The City of Fort Walton Beach will reopen many facilities and recreation amenities to the public beginning June 1, City facilities were closed to the public in early March to prevent the spread of COVID During the closure, City staff sanitized buildings and equipment and implemented precautionary measures for the safety of the public and employees. These measures include “sneeze guards” for reception counters, social distancing, temperature/wellness checks for visitors at entry points, masks for employees helping customers, continual sanitizing of common areas, and limited occupancy of buildings. Additional openings will take place as the Governor initiates future phases of the State’s reopening plan.

“We are taking the proper precautions outlined by health officials to reopen our facilities to the public. Our staff has worked hard to get us to this point, and we will continue to look for ways to enhance safety measures at all City facilities as we move forward with our reopening plan,” said City Manager Michael Beedie. “As always, our residents and visitors can feel safe and expect to be well taken care of when they visit any City facility.”

Below are facility openings and offerings beginning June 1, as well as information on how to obtain services from facilities that remain closed to the public. Visit www.fwb.org for additional information about City services and departments.

City Hall/Customer Service (Utility Billing): Lobby remains closed. Utility bill payments can be made online at www.fwb.org/paybill. In-person payments can be made to a drop box located near the ATM machine at City Hall. To set up new water service, call or email &#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;@&#;&#;b.&#;&#;&#;. Make a Public Records Request, Police Records Request or Lien Search Request online at www.fwb.org/records.

Public Works & Utilities Field Office Complex: Lobby remains closed. No change to garbage/recycling services. Call for issues regarding garbage/recycling or visit www.fwb.org/sanitation for information. Call for issues regarding GIS, water, sewer, streets and stormwater.

City Hall Annex: Public lobby opens June 1. Virtual inspections will no longer be mandatory; however, they are strongly encouraged. Applications and documents can be dropped off in person, but electronic submittals are preferred. Pre-application meetings will continue to be held virtually at this time and special event permitting will remain suspended. All visitors will be required to complete a wellness check prior to entering the facility.

Fire Department: The Fire Administration public lobby and both fire stations remain closed to nonessential visitors. Annual fire inspections will resume June 1. No change to emergency services. Always dial  for an emergency. For non-emergency contact, inspections, building plan reviews, etc., call

Police Department: Lobby remains closed. No change to emergency services. Always dial  for an emergency. To report a non-emergency crime, call To make a records request, visit www.fwb.org/policerecords.

Parks: To make a reservation, call

  • Athletic fields open for reservations beginning June 1.
  • Park pavilion rentals available for reservations beginning June 1.
  • Outdoor tennis courts, pickleball courts and basketball courts fully open.

Recreation Center (Jet Drive): Opens June 1 with limited access to amenities. Monday-Friday from a.m p.m. Call for more information and reservations.

  • Summer Camp begins June 1. (This camp is currently full)
  • Racquetball courts open June 1. Hourly reservations required. Call for reservations.
  • Recreation programs in dance room begin.
  • Registration for fall athletic programs begin June 1. Registration can take place in person at the Recreation Center, but online registration is strongly encouraged at www.fwb.org/youthathletics.
  • Basketball courts in the gym open June 8. Hourly reservations required. Call for reservations.
  • Fitness room opens June 8 with limited occupancy and increased sanitizing of equipment.
  • All visitors will be required to complete a wellness check prior to entering the facility.

FWB Golf Club:

Library: Opens June 1. Monday-Friday from 10 a.m p.m.

  • Twenty people allowed in the facility at a time.
  • Four computers available for short sessions/critical needs.
  • Touch screens and children’s computers not available.
  • Patrons are encouraged to spend one hour or less in the building.
  • All visitors will be required to complete a wellness check prior to entering the facility.

All library resources are free. Okaloosa County residents and students who don’t have a current library account can learn more and sign up for an online membership at www.fwb.org/library.

Heritage Park & Cultural Center: Opens June 2. Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m p.m.

  • Limited number of patrons inside the Indian Temple Mound Museum and museum store.
  • Limited access to hands-on exhibits.
  • Continual monitoring of Artifact Gallery.
  • Reduced admission fees in place.
  • Historical buildings remain closed and will reopen when volunteers return. A date is not set.
  • All visitors will be required to complete a wellness check prior to entering the facility.

Beal Memorial Cemetery: Office hours Monday-Friday from 8 a.m p.m.

  • No more than two visitors in the lobby.
  • Call for more information.
  • All visitors will be required to complete a wellness check prior to entering the facility.

Summer Tournaments: Summer tournaments at the Preston Hood Athletic Complex begin in June. Tournament directors are working with City recreation staff to implement social distancing and other precautionary measures for players, coaches and fans.

Please use the following resources for more information about COVID

DOH-Okaloosa has set up a local call center for COVID inquiries from the public. The number is , Monday- Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The state’s call center is , 24 hours a day, seven days a week; or email COVID-19@&#;&#;&#;&#;a&#;&#;&#;.&#;&#;&#;.


FWB Message # May 18,

Update on City of FWB Recreation Openings
City parks, playgrounds and restrooms are open to the public.  All pickleball, tennis, and basketball courts are open to the public, but social distancing requirements remain in effect (groups of ten or less only). Athletic field and park rentals remain suspended until restrictions are relaxed by Executive Order from the Governor. The library is offering curbside pickup by appointment. Call to reserve materials and schedule a pickup. The museum and recreation center remain closed to the public. City staff is working to update these facilities to comply with CDC and Florida Department of Health guidelines.


FWB Message # May 1,

City of Fort Walton Beach Plans Phased Reopening Beginning May 4,
Following the Governor’s Executive Order , the City of Fort Walton Beach will begin a phased “reopening” plan on Monday, May 4, The City’s four-phased reopening plan includes returning employees back to work at full capacity, resuming normal operations, opening public facilities and resuming recreation services. The phases will coincide with additional Executive Orders issued by the Governor moving forward.

“Our priority is to ensure our citizens and employees are safe. We will continue to follow CDC guidelines and use the Governor’s ‘Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. Plan for Florida’s Recovery’ as a guide to reopen City services and operations,” said City Manager Michael Beedie. “I am extremely proud of our staff for their response and flexibility throughout this pandemic, and I am confident we will get our City back to normal as we follow county, state and federal reopening plans. I am also grateful to our council for their confidence in staff to manage the City through this unprecedented time.”

Phase 1 of the City’s four-phased reopening plan begins Monday, May 4, , with the following guidelines:

  • Employees telecommuting and on alternative shifts will begin to resume normal work schedules.
  • Steps will be taken to sanitize and implement additional precautionary measures for workspaces, lobbies, etc., following CDC guidelines.
  • Employees interacting with the public shall be required to wear face coverings and any other required personal protection equipment (PPE) and comply with all social distancing guidelines.
  • The Continuity of Utility Services Policy will expire on June 22, This policy is in place to help residents and businesses with utility services during this time of economic uncertainty. The policy waives late fees and penalties, suspends water cut-offs, and allows for utility service changes as needed.
  • Public restrooms will reopen.
  • Athletic fields may open for public play.
  • No organized activities will be allowed.
  • No field rentals will be permitted.
  • Measures to practice social distancing and maintain groups of 10 or less will be continued.
  • FWB Golf Club will remain open on a limited basis using the current precautionary measures implemented on April 16,
  • The May 19, , City Council meeting shall be conducted remotely by all elected officials using Microsoft Teams. Attendance within the Council Chambers will be limited to 10 or less people.
  • Volunteer board and committee meetings are cancelled through the end of May Remote meetings will take place if necessary.
  • All virtual and online services will continue.
  • Public lobbies will remain closed to the public.
  • Fire Department and Police Department facilities shall remain closed to the public for non-emergency situations.
  • FWB Recreation Center, FWB Library and Heritage Park & Cultural Center will remain closed to the public.
  • FWB Civic Auditorium will remain closed.
  • Playgrounds at parks will remain closed.

Phase 1 is expected to last a minimum of two weeks and is subject to change, contingent on additional Executive Orders issued by the Governor. Phases , which include reopening public lobbies, the library, museum and recreation services, will be implemented as state and national reopening plans develop.

Governor’s Executive Order  www.fwb.org/sites/default/files/fileattachments/city_manager/page//g

Please use the following resources for more information about COVID

DOH-Okaloosa has set up a local call center for COVID inquiries from the public. The number is , Monday- Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The state’s call center is , 24 hours a day, seven days a week; or email COVID-19@&#;&#;&#;&#;a&#;&#;&#;.&#;&#;&#;.


FWB Message # April 10,

Fort Walton Beach Golf Club to Reopen Pines Course on April 16,
The City of Fort Walton Beach will reopen the Pines Course at the Fort Walton Beach Golf Club on Thursday, April 16, , at 8 a.m. This decision comes after the Governor’s Executive Order and confirmation from the Governor’s Office through the North Florida PGA that golf is considered an essential activity as long as proper social distancing is maintained.

The FWB Golf Club temporarily closed on March 30th to provide time for City staff to plan for operations under the social distancing guidelines and to take necessary precautions to prevent the potential spread of COVID following CDC and Florida Department of Health recommendations.

“The City continues to make adjustments to recreational activities and amenities to help reduce the spread of COVID while keeping as many opportunities as possible available to our community. At the FWB Golf Club, we are taking every precaution to ensure our golfers and staff are protected,” said City Manager Michael Beedie. “We want to provide our residents opportunities to be outside in a safe environment and enjoy the beautiful spring we are having. Golf provides great exercise and a chance to soak up the sunshine!”

These new precautions at the FWB Golf Club include:

  • Online and call-ahead tee times preferred. Walk-ups permitted, but not encouraged.
  • Credit/Debit card payments only – NO CASH.
  • One person in pro shop at a time.
  • Cashier shield in place.
  • Six feet of separation at all times anywhere on the property.
  • One person per cart (walkers allowed and encouraged).
  • Limit four to a group.
  • Additional sanitizing of carts before and after each round.
  • Pin stays in the hole.
  • Cup installed upside down to prevent ball from falling deep in hole.

Golfers may begin making online tee times immediately at www.fwb.org/teetime. Call-ahead tee times can be made beginning Wednesday, April 15, at 8 a.m. Call

Because of reduced maintenance personnel, the Oaks Course will remain closed at this time. The Fort Walton Beach Golf Club is located at Lewis Turner Boulevard, Fort Walton Beach, FL


FWB Message # March 30,

Declaration of State of Emergency - updated
On March 30, , the City of Fort Walton Beach updated its Declaration of State of Emergency in response to the COVID Pandemic. The declaration will be re-issued every seven days until the need for emergency action by the City is over. View the declaration here.


FWB Message #9: March 27,

City of Fort Walton Beach facilities remain closed to the public until further notice in order to protect the health and well-being of citizens and City staff during the COVID pandemic, however City services remain available. Some services are only available online or over the phone at this time to prevent staff and citizens from close interaction. Below is a list of services and information on how to obtain these services during this unique time. As always, detailed information about all City services can be found at www.fwb.org.

New Closures and Restrictions:
Beginning Monday, March 30, , the Fort Walton Beach Golf Club will be closed until further notice. The City also recommends the public avoid gathering at pickleball courts, basketball courts, tennis courts and park playground equipment at this time. These safety measures are in place to help prevent the potential spread of COVID Passive activities at City parks will remain open.

City Hall/Customer Service (utility billing): Lobby remains closed. Water bill payments can be made online at www.fwb.org/paybill. In-person payments can be made to a drop box located near the ATM machine at City Hall. To set up new water service, call or email &#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;@&#;&#;b.&#;&#;&#;.

Make a Public Records RequestPolice Records Request or Lien Search Request online at www.fwb.org/records.

Public Works & Utilities Field Office Complex: Lobby remains closed. No change to garbage/recycling services. Call for issues regarding garbage/recycling or visit www.fwb.org/sanitation for information. Call for issues regarding GIS, water, sewer, streets and stormwater.

City Hall Annex: Lobby remains closed. All services are accessible by the following methods:

Fire Department: Lobby remains closed. No change to emergency services. Annual fire inspections are suspended. Always dial for an emergency. For non-emergency contact, building plan reviews, etc., call

Police Department: Lobby remains closed. No change to emergency services. Always dial for an emergency. To report a non-emergency crime, call To make a records request, go to https://ftwaltonbeachfl.justfoia.com/Forms/Launch/5f05cacfcb

Library: Closed. Many services for students are still available online at www.readokaloosa.org, including:

  • Access to the Florida Electronic Library at all student levels.
  • Brainfuse’s HelpNow, which includes live tutors by phone, quizzes, a writing lab, lessons, and exercises (Elementary level through college and beyond).
  • JobNow for career and resume building.
  • Ebooks in Overdrive on a wide variety of subjects.
  • Online courses in video formats with Universal Class. Includes instruction on homeschooling.
  • A language learning application for a large variety of language options.

For leisure reading and entertainment, use Overdrive (https://okaloosa.overdrive.com/):

  • Overdrive includes an extensive collection of ebooks and downloadable audiobooks to all card holders. (All account blocks due to overdues have been removed)
  • RBDigital includes ebooks, downloadable audiobooks, and dozens of free, current online versions of popular magazines, such as People, Newsweek, and Prevention.
  • Topics in the Universal Class video library include arts and crafts, history, digital photography, office skills, and technology. Plus, many more.

All of the library’s resources are free. Okaloosa County residents and students who don’t have a current library account can sign up for an online membership at https://okacpl.ent.sirsi.net/client/en_US/default/search/registration/.

Recreation Center: Closed.

Museum: Closed.

FWB Golf Club: Closed.

Please use the following resources for more information about COVID

DOH-Okaloosa has set up a local call center for COVID inquiries from the public. The number is , Monday- Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The state’s call center is , 24 hours a day, seven days a week; or email COVID-19@&#;&#;&#;&#;a&#;&#;&#;.&#;&#;&#;.


FWB Message #8: March 26,

The City of Fort Walton Beach has a policy in place to help residents and businesses with utility services during this time of economic uncertainty. The policy waives late fees and penalties, suspends water cut-offs, and allows for utility service changes as needed. View the policy. Contact the City's Customer Service Division for assistance:  


FWB Message #7: March 23,

Declaration of Emergency
Today, March 23, , the City of Fort Walton Beach declared a local State of Emergency in response to the COVID Pandemic. The declaration will be re-issued every seven days until the need for emergency action by the City is over. View the current declaration
here.


FWB Message #6: March 22, 

City Park Restrooms Closed
Beginning today, all City park restrooms will be closed until further notice. This decision was made because of constant toilet paper theft and destruction of toilet paper dispensers. Parks are still open at this time, however it is stressed that social distancing is practiced and groups are limited to 10 or less.


FWB Message #5: March 19,

City of Fort Walton Beach to Close Facility Lobbies on March 23,
On Monday, March 23, , the City of Fort Walton Beach will close its facility lobbies to the public until further notice following direction from the governor and the Florida Department of Health to limit potential exposure to COVID Services provided out of these facilities will remain available to the public via phone, online and in person by appointment. Lobby closings include:

  • City Hall/Customer Service (utility billing)
  • Public Works & Utilities Field Office Complex
  • City Hall Annex (building/permitting, inspections, planning, zoning and code enforcement)
  • Fire Department
  • Police Department
  • FWB Golf Club (limited access)

Each facility has implemented additional precautions if in-person interaction is necessary. Detailed information about all City services can be found at www.fwb.org. Below is how to obtain information and services related to each facility during the closure:

City Hall/Customer Service (utility billing): Water bill payments can be made online at www.fwb.org/paybill. In-person payments can be made to a drop box located near the ATM machine at City Hall. To set up new water service, call or email &#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;@&#;&#;b.&#;&#;&#;.

Public Works & Utilities Field Office Complex: Call for issues regarding garbage/recycling or visit www.fwb.org/sanitation for information. Call for issues regarding GIS, water, sewer, streets and stormwater.

City Hall Annex: For building/permitting, inspection, planning, zoning and code enforcement services, use eTRAKIT at www.fwb.org/etrakit. To speak with someone directly, call , or email b&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;@&#;&#;b.&#;&#;&#;, &#;&#;a&#;&#;&#;&#;&#;@&#;&#;b.&#;&#;&#; or c&#;&#;&#;@&#;&#;b.&#;&#;&#;.

Fire Department: Always dial for an emergency. For non-emergency contact, including the fire marshal, inspection inquiries, etc., call

Police Department: Always dial for an emergency. To report a non-emergency crime, call To make a records request, go to https://ftwaltonbeachfl.justfoia.com/Forms/Launch/5f05cacfcb

FWB Golf Club: Both courses are currently open with social distancing and extra golf cart cleaning and sanitizing practices in place. All tee times should be made online at https://www.fwb.org/parksrec/page/online-reservation or by phone at

The recreation center, library and museum were closed to the public on Monday, March 16, and will remain closed until further notice. Recreation programs and all permitted special events and rentals have been suspended until further notice.

Please use the following resources for more information about COVID

DOH-Okaloosa has set up a local call center for COVID inquiries from the public. The number is , Monday- Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The state’s call center is , 24 hours a day, seven days a week; or email COVID-19@&#;&#;&#;&#;a&#;&#;&#;.&#;&#;&#;.


FWB Message #4: March 18,

City of Fort Walton Beach Cancels Upcoming Meetings
The City of Fort Walton Beach has canceled its City Council Meetings scheduled for March 24, March 31 and April 14, as well as all volunteer board/committee meetings scheduled through April This is to adhere to orders from the governor and direction from the Florida Department of Health related to the spread of COVID The City will reassess the status of COVID in April to determine when meetings will resume. The City advises residents and visitors to follow all COVID health-related guidelines and refer to the following resources:

Additionally, DOH-Okaloosa has set up a local call center for COVID inquiries from the public. The number is, Monday- Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The state’s call center is, 24 hours a day, seven days a week; or email COVID-19@&#;&#;&#;&#;a&#;&#;&#;.&#;&#;&#;.


FWB Message #3: March 15,

City of Fort Walton Beach Temporarily Closes Public Facilities
In an abundance of caution, and in line with the Okaloosa County School District, the City of Fort Walton Beach will close its public facilities and suspend all recreation programming beginning Monday, March 16, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, pending updates and direction from the Florida Department of Health. This is a protective measure to limit public gatherings and prevent the spread COVID

City closures include the recreation center, library and museum. The golf course will remain open at this time. Online tee time information and registration can be found here https://www.fwb.org/parksrec/page/online-reservation. 

Customer service at City Hall will remain open at this time, but customers are encouraged to make utility payments online at https://www.fwb.org/finance/page/customer-service. Anyone needing water connected or disconnected should call , ext.

The Growth Management Department will remain open at this time. Customers needing building, inspection, permitting and code enforcement information are encouraged to use online resources at https://www.fwb.org/growthmanagement before visiting the office as many of these functions can be resolved online. Customers can also call with questions.

Sanitation services, including garbage, recycling, bulk items and yard waste will be picked up as scheduled.

Currently, the Special City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 17 at 6 p.m. at City Hall will take place. The meeting can be viewed live at http://fortwaltonbeachcityfl.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. Decisions regarding other City meetings will be made at a later date.

Additional updates will be provided as City officials further assess the situation. Helpful resources regarding COVID, including local information, can be found at www.healthyokaloosa.com.


FWB Message #2: March 13,

Are you planning an event? Here are some things to think about.

Give serious consideration to canceling or postponing the event and develop flexible refund policies for participants.

Promote the daily practice of everyday preventive actions through visual signage and regular public announcements. Use health messages and materials developed by credible public health sources such as your local public health department or CDC to encourage your event staff and participants to practice good personal health habits.

Promote messages that discourage people who are sick or are at high risk for complications from COVID from attending events.

Provide COVID prevention supplies at your events. Plan to have extra supplies on hand for event staff and participants, including ample numbers of sinks with soap, hand sanitizers, tissues, and disposable facemasks (for people who start having symptoms).

Have professional emergency response personnel onsite for the duration of the event to provide immediate care and COVID isolation measures for attendees that become ill or start having symptoms at the event.

- Source – Florida Department of Health

For more information on Mass Gatherings, please visit the Florida Department of Health’s website http://www.floridahealth.gov/diseases-and-conditions/COVID/mass-gathe


FWB Message #1: March 8,

The City of Fort Walton Beach Emergency Management Team is actively monitoring all official information related to the Coronavirus (COVID) and is following its Emergency Action Plan to manage possible issues if a local outbreak occurs. This includes working with the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) – the local, lead agency – to understand the status of COVID in our community, sharing important information to the public from FDOH and other state officials, and communicating with City departments and employees to ensure essential public services remain available for City residents.

“The impact COVID will have on our area and, specifically, the City of Fort Walton Beach, is unknown at this time, however we are following protocols and taking precautions to make sure we are prepared in the event of an epidemic locally,” said City of Fort Walton Beach Emergency Manager Ken Perkins. “I have confidence in our health department and state officials to provide us with the information and resources needed in case of an emergency.”

The FDOH declared a state of emergency for the entire state of Florida on March 1, , in order to protect public health. Governor Ron DeSantis stated, “I have been working with federal partners and our Department of Health to ensure that communities are ready to handle the challenges presented by COVID The dedicated professionals at our county health departments, as well as those working at local medical providers, are well equipped to address these and future cases. State Surgeon General Dr. Scott Rivkees has taken appropriate, decisive action to help affect the best possible outcomes, and I will continue directing our state agencies to do whatever is necessary to prioritize the health and well-being of Florida residents.”

City of Fort Walton Beach officials urge residents to take proper precautions to prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses like COVID The following are resources for more information about the virus and guidelines to follow to prevent the spread of COVID

DOH-Okaloosa has set up a local call center for COVID inquiries from the public. The number is , Monday- Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The state’s call center is , 24 hours a day, seven days a week; or email COVID-19@&#;&#;&#;&#;a&#;&#;&#;.&#;&#;&#;.

If you think you have COVID
Call your health care provider before going to their office so the provider can take precautions to prevent exposing other people. Review your signs, symptoms and travel history with your physician. Your physician will evaluate you for other possible causes of respiratory illness and contact the county health department to access COVID testing. If you are without health insurance or a health care provider, please contact your county health department so the health department can coordinate your medical evaluation and testing. DOH-Okaloosa call center:

Sours: https://www.fwb.org/city-manager/page/coronavirus-covidupdates-and-resources
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She kissed his lobe and whispered almost audibly: Lie still and dont worry. I'll do everything myself. Just try to relax. What is there to relax.

Now discussing:

The penis as far forward as possible, as if trying to drive it deeper into the imaginary female vagina: But Max did not decide to get drunk, he sipped a little, and again put his glass on the sand. The novel turned out to be attentive, and saw through his drinking companion.

He also sipped a little, and poured Nastya wine for a full glass.



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