The City of Titusville, Florida / Emergency Management / City Manager Updates / City Manager Update 4/09/20 - 9amCity of Titusville COVID-19 Update/SITREP as of 09-Apr-20 / 0900
The health and safety of our citizens and Staff is the City’s top priority. All City facilities remain closed to the general public. City employees are working to serve our community like always. Staff continues to provide essential services to citizens through the preferred use of technology and telephones. Public Safety, Public Works, and Water Resources departments continue essential services with minimum disruptions.
As of April 8th at 6 p.m. there are 105 reported cases of COVID-19 and 2 deaths in Brevard County.
The coronavirus global pandemic currently affects over 184 countries, with more than 1,504,972 cases worldwide, including 424,945 cases in the United States.
The Florida Department of Health has set up a “Community Action Survey” to help understand how Florida residents are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. You may participate in this survey by going to this link: https://www.strongerthanc19.com/start
As of yesterday (April 7th) Regions Bank is now accepting applications Paycheck Protection Program PPP loans for the current clients. To submit an application for the Paycheck Protection Program PPP loan please follow this link:
Brevard County Public Schools has served 48,000 meals; there will be no meal distribution on April 10 due to a planned student/teacher holiday. Brevard families utilizing this service should plan to pick-up their children’s meals on April 9.
The Department of Business and Professional Regulation has updated the dedicated webpage for filing complaints related to compliance with executive orders. To report compliance concerns related to vacation rentals as restricted by Executive Order 20-87 go to: http://www.myfloridalicense.com/DBPR/eo-complaints/
A quick review of the Governor’s Executive Order “Safer at Home” order requests that the following take effect immediately:
•Senior Citizens and individuals with a significant underlying medical condition shall stay at home and take all measures to limit the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
•All persons in Florida SHALL limit their movements and personal interactions outside their home to only those necessary to obtain or provide essential services or conduct essential activities.
•Any business that is interacting with customers solely through electronic or telephonic means, and delivering products via mailing, shipping, or delivery services may remain open.
The next update is tomorrow Friday (10 Apr) /1400.