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Another Practice Coronavirus
Nextdoor.com Offering COVID-19 Assistance
Nextdoor, a social networking service focused on neighborhood involvement, has created a new program in which neighbors who are in need of help due to the Coronavirus can find neighbors who can assist them through a dot system. To find out more visit Nextdoor, sign in and visit the help map.
New Seminole County Executive Order
March 30 – Seminole County has released a new executive order in which all buildings must stay at 30% occupancy under the fire code, all storefronts must mark floors of congregated areas to allow 6 feet apart between customers, group meetings must stay under ten people, and all employees and patrons must abide to social distancing and remain six feet apart. Included in this order are some frequently asked questions regarding city management services and transportation.
SCPS Coronavirus Update #15
After Walt Griffin’s conference call with the Florida Department of Education the decision was made to extend closure of schools to April 30th. School buildings are scheduled to reopen on May 1st. Distance learning will continue during this time. More information is available on the Seminole County Schools website.
COVID-19 FAQ’s, vol. 1
The Hagertyjourn staff will answer questions over the next few weeks about the Coronavirus and its impact both globally and locally. In round one of FAQ’s, we answer general questions about the virus.
What are the symptoms of the coronavirus?
Symptoms for the coronavirus include fever, coughing and shortness of breath. Emergency symptoms where you should seek medical treatment are trouble breathing, pain or pressure in your chest and bluish lips or face. Symptoms can appear up to 14 days after exposure.
Read more questions and responses here.
SCPS prepares for distance learning
MARCH 24 – Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, major changes have occurred in Seminole County Public Schools. According to principal Robert Frasca, he and other principals have been working with superintendent Walt Griffin to find solutions for the county to continue school.