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Vaccine Registration Information

If you have had or currently have a positive COVID diagnosis, you can not get the vaccine without proof of a negative COVID result. 

Pinellas Health Department

Check to see if vaccines are available in Pinellas County for those 65 years of age and older. Those without internet access or who need assistance with the portal can call (844) 770-8548 the call center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and can provide guidance in English and Spanish.

 

Hernando Health Department

Check to see if vaccines are available in Hernando County. Persons 65 years of age and older - Vaccine available through DOH-Hernando by appointment only at (352) 540-6800.

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Mobile Food Pantry

Drive-thru Mobile Pantry events where you can pick up pre-packaged groceries, free of charge.

 

Food Pantries

In need of groceries, visit a local food pantry. 

 

FL Eviction Protection

Check this website to see if your address is protected. 

 

TENANT RIGHTS

Infographic on tenant rights about evictions from Gulfocast Legal Services. 

 

FAQ's for Renters: Eviction Moratorium

A guide for renters navigating the eviction process from Bay Area Legal Services

CDC Eviction Moratorium

CDC Eviction Moratorium Federal Register announcement. 

 

Renter Questions

Know your tenant rights about evictions from Bay Area Legal Services. 

 

CDC Declaration Form

The CDC Declaration Form for the courts and landlords.  

COVID-19 Testing

COVID-19 Illness Isolation

  • If you get sick, call your doctor and they will instruct you on the next steps.
  • Practice social and physical distancing in your home.
  • If you are ill, self-isolate yourself in a room in your home away from others in your house. Stay isolated even for meals away from others until the quarantine period passes.
  • Continue to wash your hands frequently and clean surfaces immediately.

Homeless Shelters

  • Are not doing new intakes.
  • Pinellas Safe Harbor is open doing intakes until they reach capacity.
  • Are screening current residents for COVID-19

For more information, please visit the Homeless Leadership Alliance.

 

Physical and Behavioral Health

  • Appointment are available in-person or via Telehealth. Check with your doctors and therapists about methods to continue medical appointments.
  • Call your primary care physician first for any health-related issues you are having. Do not show up to their office without alerting them first.

 

 Benefits and Financial Assistance

  • Complete your tax returns, if not already done so, to ensure funds during the work transition.
  • Reemployment insurance has been expanded to include those affected by COVID-19 layoffs, pay interruption or illness. Learn more at the Florida Jobs website. 

Utility Provider Updates

  • Disconnections for utilities has started.
  • Clients should stay in contact with their vendor and check on payment arrangment options.

Here are the ways to pay your utility bill or contact your vendor:

  • Duke Energy - Need help from Duke Energy Florida, call 888.634.4354 or check the Duke website here.

Public Schools

Transportation

  • For the latest information on bus routes, click here