Mayor's Proclamation Extends COVID-19 Declared State of Emergency; Per FL Dept. of Health-Total Accumulative COVID-19 Cases for Sanibel currently 226 - February 23, 2021
- Florida Department of Health Reports Total Accumulative COVID-19 Cases for Sanibel Currently 226
- Updated Local Trend Analysis
- City of Sanibel Pandemic Mandates
- Reaffirming City of Sanibel Face Covering Mandate Consistent with Governor Order 20-244 Issued September 25, 2020
The City declared State of Emergency, issued in response to COVID-19, has been extended by Mayor Mick Denham until March 2, 2021, unless further extended. Per State Statute, the maximum duration for a Mayoral Declaration of Emergency is seven (7) days and thus must be updated weekly as long as the emergency conditions are present.
Additionally, the City of Sanibel face covering mandate is reaffirmed to be consistent with the Governor's Order 20-244. THE FACE COVERING MANDATE IS REAFFIRMED AND SHALL REMAIN IN FORCE AND EFFECT THROUGHOUT THE DURATION OF THIS 7-DAY STATE OF LOCAL EMERGENCY.
TO AVOID THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, SOCIAL DISTANCING ENCOURAGED AND GROUP GATHERINGS ARE TO BE AVOIDED.
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