For your information
PINELLAS COUNTY HAS RECEIVED AN ADDITIONAL 10 THOUSAND COVID VACCINES FROM THE STATE. APPOINTMENT FOR PREREGISTRATION BEGINS 1/15/2021. THERE ARE TWO WAYS TO REGISTER. BY PHONE DIAL 1-844-770-8548 OR YOU CAN REGISTER BY COMPUTER BY GOING TO PATIENTPORTALFL.COM/S/ PLEASE NOTE THIS PROGRAM IS BEING COORDINATED BY THE PINELLAS COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT. WE ARE STILL WORKING TO GET COVID VACCINE SHOTS ON THE PROPERTY.
There are many rumors being spread about our property regarding COVID 19. I would first like to state the associations are not withholding any information. Mainlands is not an assisted living facility nor a stacked condominium. HIPAA laws prevent the Florida department of health from notifying the associations of cases in our area. One of the rumors going around is that there are dozens of known cases on our property. The amount of COVID 19 cases in Mainlands is unknown and there is no way to know. What we do know is that everyone should use caution when around other people. Wear a mask, wash your hands and practice social distancing. If you have any questions please call the office at 727-573-5670.
City Council meeting 6/11/2020 The results of the meeting were they denied the developers request to rezone the property. In short in its current form the apartments will not be built next to calvary chapel.
MESSAGE FROM DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
COVID-19 MESSAGE FROM DOH-PINELLAS, 3/13/20:
COVID-19 is a major concern in Pinellas and globally. To give residents information to prepare themselves and to calm concerns, the Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County (DOH-Pinellas) is taking these actions.
We are not testing those without COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath). We are testing those most likely to have contracted the illness to help prevent the spread to others.
If your healthcare provider says you should be tested, it is your responsibility to isolate yourself from the public until testing confirms your case as negative or positive. If positive, you will receive further instructions from your provider.
Travelers–especially those who have been to China, Italy or Iran—must monitor their symptoms and let their providers know about their travel if showing symptoms.
If you have mild symptoms, stay home and contact your provider by phone for guidance or a decision to be tested. If having severe symptoms or if you have underlying health issues, call your provider as soon as possible.
Everyone should practice social distancing: avoid large gatherings, stay home if ill and avoid those who are sick. We have attached a graphic explaining the concept..
COVID-19 spreads the same way as the common cold or the flu, so follow the same precautions. Wash your hands well with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and use hand sanitizer when you can’t. Cover you coughs or sneezes, sanitize common surfaces at home or work and stay home if you’re sick.
Businesses should review their plans for telecommuting now. Review absence and leave policies to ensure sick employees can stay home.
This message includes graphics we encourage you to share through your social media.
Here are phone numbers and websites to share:
DOH’s 24/7 COVID-19 Hotline (866) 779-6122
DOH-Pinellas (727) 824-6900
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Mainlands of Tamarac
10161 49TH Street North Suite L
Pinellas Park, FL 33782