As of Tuesday, January 11, 2022, the Florida Department of Health is reporting that Orange County’s 14-day rolling positivity rate is 40.79 percent. Additional County statistics:
Orange County’s 14-day rolling positivity rate has increased by ten points since last week. It is important for residents to remember that the best way to stay healthy is to continue following CDC guidelines to prevent getting sick.
Orange County Government’s Health Services Department continues to operate the following free drive-thru testing sites. Residents are encouraged at arrive early due to the region’s high demand for testing.
The City of Orlando has also opened a free drive-thru testing site at Camping World Stadium.
For more information about testing, or for additional locations, visit ocfl.net/Testing.
It is important to know there are many location options for eligible individuals to receive a COVID-19 vaccination or booster in Orange County, including Orange County’s Barnett Park, select Orange County Public Schools, Federal Retail Pharmacies, VA Orlando Health Care and other various community sites.
Barnett Park offers vaccinations for individuals 5 years old and older:
To find a vaccination site near you, visit ocfl.net/VaccineSites or Vaccines.gov.
Orange County Government’s Utilities Department continues its participation in the National Wastewater Surveillance System.
Latest test results from Monday, January 10, 2022:
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