Community Report 20-062 August 12, 2020 6:45 PM
World Health Organization Medical Mask Fact
The prolonged use of medical masks can be uncomfortable . However, it does not lead to CO2 intoxication nor oxygen deficiency.
While wearing a medical mask, make sure it fits properly and that it is tight enough to allow you to breathe normally. Do not re0use a disposable mask and always change it as soon as it gets damp.
The prolonged use of medical masks when properly worn, does not cause C02 intoxication nor oxygen deficiency.
EOC and LSA Status as of 8/12
|Face Masks Distributed||1,563,544|
|Glove Pairs Distributed||547,153|
Daily Positive Cases
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Total Test Results to Date
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Small Business Grant Available
Visit the Brevard CARES website for access to the Small Business and Nonprofit Organizations grant online application . Small businesses and nonprofit organizations may be eligible
for grants of up to $10,000 to offset expenses and lost revenue related to impacts from COVID-19.
Application period remains open.
Small Business Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Program
PPE Kits area available for small businesses who have been impacted by
COVID at the County’s distribution warehouse in West Melbourne.
The Small Business PPE Kits include: 200 procedure masks, 25 reusable cloth masks, 2 boxes of gloves (200 gloves), and 2 (8 oz) bottles of hand sanitizers.
Mortgage Assistance Program
Applicants for the Rental and Mortgage Assistance Program, Utility and Security Deposit Program, and a Food Stability Program must review and submit all of the required documents and attachments to qualify for assistance as instructed on the
Housing and Human Services Coronavirus Assistance Program application form
The UF/Brevard Extension Service is hosting two farmer’s market locations where eligible residents can obtain CARES Act dollars for vendor purchases.
Thursdays at Wickham Park, 2500 Parkway Drive Melbourne, 3-6 PM
Fridays at the Welcome Center, 419 South Hopkins Avenue, Titusville, 3-6 PM
Second Harvest Food Bank
Second Harvest Food Bank is expanding their home delivery food service to Brevard residents. Recipients must be seniors, homebound individuals, individuals with a disability, and those in the risk group for contracting COVID. If you would like to
learn more about participating in the program, please call 407-514-1096.
Community Feeding Operations
Brevard County COVID-19 Testing Sites
- Florida Department of Health in Brevard (DOH-Brevard) is offering free COVID-19 testing.
- Call 321-454-7141 for an appointment.
- Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday until further notice from 8:30 AM to 12 PM and 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM at DOH Brevard Viera Clinic, 2555 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Viera
- Testing available for adults and children of all ages
EFSC Palm Bay Campus
- Free drive-through, no appointment required, testing at the Eastern Florida State College, Palm Bay Campus located at 250 Community College Parkway. (Use the entrance from San Filippo Dr. SE & Jupiter Blvd.)
- Testing will be available seven days a week from 9 AM to 5 PM.
- Adults 18 and over with Photo ID required, children 5 and over with parental consent required
- Self-swab, symptomatic lane has been added.
- Antibody testing is now available for individuals 18 and older
- Pro-Health & Fitness, 255 Borman Drive, Merritt Island. Monday – Saturday, 9 AM to Noon
- To register for an appointment, call 321-434-3131
Pre-registration is required at all testing locations. For appointments, call 321-268-6139 or text “covid test” to 321-204-1699.
- Tuesday afternoons, Parrish Health and Fitness Center parking lot, 2210 Cheney Hwy, Titusville.
- Wednesday afternoons, Greater St. James Missionary Baptist Church, grass lot south of church
2396 Harry T. Moore Ave. Mims
- Thursday afternoons, Harry T. Moore Social Services Center parking lot
725 S. Deleon Ave. Titusville
- Friday mornings, Parrish Medical Offices parking lot
7075 US 1 Port St. John
- Saturday mornings, Gibson Youth Center parking lot
835 Sycamore St. Titusville
EOC Partner Status
|Patrick Air Force Base||Patrick Air Force Base COVID-19 Updates|
|Brevard Public Schools|
Brevard County School Board voted to delay the start of 2020 21 school year to August 24.
The school reopening plan for the 2020-2021 school year is now available.Brevard Public Schools COVID 19 (Coronavirus) Updates.
City Hall and the offices at Nancy Hanson Recreation Complex are closed to public visitors. All city services remain intact and meetings will be by appointment only.
Cape Canaveral COVID-19 Information
Residents and visitors are encouraged to wear a face covering in places open to the public.
City of Cocoa COVID-19 Information
Visitors to City Hall are by appointment only, and must have their temperature taken prior to entering.
Emergency Declaration 4 requires the use of face coverings.
Face coverings are required for employees and visitors to Town Hall.
Grant Valkaria COVID-19 Information
All town facilities closed to public only open by appointment only. Call 321-723-2242 or email Indialantic Town Hall
Emergency Order 2020-14 requires face coverings
in essential businesses and signage on all businesses regarding mask policies.
Police services may be reached at 321-723-7788 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Indian Harbour Beach|
Face coverings are required for businesses and patrons as well as in designated city facilities.
Indian Harbor Beach Ordinance on Face Coverings, Notice to Businesses and Face Covering Guidelines.
Indian Harbor Beach COVID-19 Information
Malabar COVID-19 Information or call 321-727-7764.
Moratorium on utilities late fees and service disconnections for nonpayment ends August 3
City of Melbourne COVID-19 Information
|Melbourne Beach||Melbourne Beach COVID-19 Information|
Daily operations continue by phone and email. Visitors to the office will be escorted and screened.
E-mail Melbourne Village, call (321) 723-8300 or visit Melbourne Village website.
All employees are to wear masks/face coverings at all times while on the job, with limited exceptions allowed. Standardized signage has also been placed on entry doors for all city owned facilities asking visitors to wear face coverings,
and advising that masks will be provided upon entry.
All residents are encouraged to wear face masks; however, it is not mandatory.
Palm Bay COVID-19 information.
Face coverings are required in indoor public locations and outdoors when not maintaining
social distancing from others.
Palm Shores COVID-19 Information
The use of face masks is strongly encouraged within the city limits.
Rockledge COVID-19 Information
Emergency ordinance 03-2020 requires face coverings
at all indoor locations throughout the City.
Satellite Beach COVID-19 Information
City Resolution 21-2020 encourages face coverings at all indoor locations
Titusville COVID-19 information
All businesses in West Melbourne must post their face mask policy.
Employers of ten specified “essential businesses” must require their employees, except for specified exemptions, to wear masks while inside public areas of their business.
Customers of the specified “essential businesses”, except for specified exemptions, must wear a mask while inside the “essential businesses”.
Additional West Melbourne businesses, at their discretion, may opt into the emergency ordinance such that the Police Department is able to enforce the ordinance within their particular business.
Municipal buildings are closed to the public except for the purpose of City Council and City board meetings, and for voting on election days.
West Melbourne COVID-19 information
State / National Highlights
Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-193 extending Executive Order 20-179 providing local government bodies with additional
time to notice their meetings
Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-192 , authorizing The Department of Business and Professional Regulation to ensure all
restaurants implement employee screening protocols pursuant to guidance developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prev ent ion.
Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-180 , extending Executive Order 20-94 regarding limited extension of mortgage foreclosure
and eviction relief until September 1.
Governor DeSantis announced the formation of a task force to explore the safe and limited reopening of long term care facilities
Governor DeSantis revealed the state’s new Covid testing strategy, prioritizing testing for symptomatic individuals and those over 65
The Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) issued Emergency Rule 65GER20-1 , which requires all APD licensed homes and APD operated residential
facilities to conduct Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) testing of staff every two weeks. This action is being taken to try to stop the spread of COVID-19 into facilities overseen by APD
Brevard County Emergency Management is also providing updates via the following social media accounts:
Text Message Updates: Text BrevardEOC to 888-777
State / National